Thank you for visiting my blog. I am Mommy Lynn.
In this page, I thought of sharing some information about myself.
I am full time mummy and also full time home business owner.
Full time mummy
Firstly, I am a homemaker, a wife, a mommy of two lovely girls who like to cook and bake for her family with love and passion.
Well, my “grandfather story” begins with my first pregnancy.
Get ready of your popcorn and hopefully you don’t fall asleep in the half way…hahaha.
During my first pregnancy in year 2012, I quit my high pay job as PA to Managing Directors cum HR Executive in order to get more rest at home due to severe morning sickness in the first 3 months.
My hubby, my parents and I felt very happy at the same time have to be very careful in my daily diet for the nutrients intake.
However due to the pregnancy hormone changes appear in the first trimester and peaking in the second trimester, I was craving of spicy foods like tomyum, penang asam laksa, nasi lemak, and curry.
My mom who is always a good cook to me, cooked those spicy foods that I was craving of especially her penang asam laksa; to me it is the best penang asam laksa that I ever had.
Most of the time if I didn’t go to my parents’ house, I would cook simple yet healthy dishes for myself and hubby instead of having them in the restaurants because we were more concern of the MSG seasonings in those outside foods.
My favourite homecook dishes like grilled chicken (less oil), steamed fish, stir fry green leafy veggies with garlic except broccoli which I couldn’t take it at all. Once I saw it, smell it, and taste it; I wanna vomit and loss appetite.
I took my gynae advice and did a lot of walking and swimming during my pregnancy.
My hubby and I would go for evening walk almost everyday and went to swim on weekend.
We believed that exercises can ease the labour and tends to have shorter labour.
We were counting down to my due date and looking forward to welcome our first baby.
Finally, my “born” day, my baby’s birthday fell on 39th week of my pregnancy.
The moment I saw my baby girl, I fell in love with her.
However, being a first time mother was not easy indeed it was a challenging task from bathing, breastfeeding, changing diapers, and putting my baby into sleep.
Because of this, I got postpartum depression which lasted for six months.
I was so emotional and I couldn’t control my tears whenever I breastfed my baby.
Thanks to my mom and hubby who give me support and keep me company.
Two years later, I gave birth to my second baby girl in 2014.
Once again, the whole process of the challenging task took place.
Mother of two, one toddler and one infant, and as a homemaker was really a huge challenge for me at that time.
Besides cooking and taking care of my two girls, I had to manage most of the household affairs. 24 hours per day isn’t enough for me….I wish that the time just stop there and I would be able to complete my daily household tasks.
Huh….time flies and I am very grateful and proud to be a mom, a housemaker which is the world’s toughest job…unlimited hours, no breaks yet I am able to accompany my children going through the stages in their childhood development.
I can feel my mom and I wanna thanks my mom for her sacrifices to the family.
With the accumulated years of trial and error experiences in cooking and parenting, I would like to share my cooking recipes, parenting knowledge and groceries shopping tips with all the lovely mommies out there at my website.
Full time home business owner
Apart from being a full time mummy, I am also a full time home business owner.
As a woman, I believe in financial independence. I don’t want to fully rely on my husband financially. I also want to contribute to my family economically and financially.
That was the reason I’ve decided to start a home business.
My main question was, “What business should I start?“.
That question lead me to actively looking for business opportunity…and luckily, I found it.
Back in November 2017, I was introduced to a company known as BE International Marketing.
It is a licensed direct sale company in Malaysia based in Shah Alam.
At first, I wasn’t very keen on direct sale, but what caught my attention was one of their top selling product, the Aulora Pant with Kodenshi.
You can read about why I decided to buy the Aulora Pants here.
I tried the pants and experienced positive results wearing it.
I told my husband I want to give the business a shot and luckily he was very supportive.
I am now an active Independent Business Owner (IBO) of BE International Marketing. My IBO Code is MY43660295.
So far, there were a lot of ups and downs in our business. But we were willing to learn from our mistake and keep moving.
As of today, I have achieved a certain level of success in the business and I am totally grateful to BE International.
Now, my husband is also joining me to build our business together.
8/8/2018 – The picture above was taken before a big meeting at company HQ in Shah Alam. All top leaders eat economical rice before the meeting in order to save time.
18/8/2018 – Explaining the benefits of the Aulora Pants with Kodenshi at my downline’s home in Penang.
20/8/2018 – Attending Maqnifiq collagen drink product roadshow at Dorsett Hotel, Subang Jaya.
3/9/2018 – Completed the English Intensive Training 1.0 class. I am siting in the front row, second from right.
8/9/2018 – Attending company major convention at Setia Alam.
29/9/2018 – Attended the Independent Business Owner (IBO) training class in Johor Bahru. I am standing at the back row far right. 7 of my downlines from JB and Singapore attended the class.
10/10/2018 – Me with one of BE International founder, Karen Leong. Picture was taken during 2018 company incentive trip to Hokkaido, Japan.
30/10/2018 – TY, one of BE International top leader sharing a very kind message about my journey in the business. Thank you TY!
4/11/2018 – Me and BE leaders at a training event in KL.
4/12/2018 – Attended the Shiruto product intro and training for leaders at BE International HQ.
4/12/2018 – Meeting Ho Huey Chuin, one of BE International founder after a training session at HQ.
8/12/2018 – Conducting training for my business associates in Johor Bahru.
16/3/2019 – Meeting Ir Lee Suet Sen, one of BE International founder.