Living your best life looks different for everyone, and sometimes that means starting a business with your partner in life! For entrepreneur couples, like Steve and Angela, there are the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. In the episode of Milk Money, we explore how self-employed parents cope with the financial stress of having a child. After years of hustling and struggling to make ends meet, it was the birth of their baby girl that brought on creative freedom and a spirit of of entrepreneurship. Whether it’s paying for diapers and formula or finding hours in the day for quality time with their child, Steve and Angela make it work.
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