Kymberly A. Robinson, Esq On How to Reach Your Goals During the Busy Holiday Season

Kymberly A. Robinson Shares How Parents Can Prioritize During the Busy Holiday Season

Kymberly A. Robinson, Esq. On How to Reach Your Goals During the Busy Holiday Season

The holiday season is crazy! From events to celebrations to holiday shopping, it’s no wonder so many parents feel ragged during this time of year. Enter Kymberly A. Robinson, Esq., an attorney and mompreneur in Scarsdale, who offers some beneficial tips to help moms prioritze attainable and meaningful goals. Kymberly also primarily serves the legal needs of women who want to start or have started their own businesses and offers some insight/advice to help you reach your business goals as well. 

Westchester Family: What does it mean to you to prioritize during the holiday season?

Kymberly A. Robinson: To prioritize during the holiday season means to make specific, *attainable*, meaningful goals. You can do this in many domains of your life such as in your professional work, as a mom, in your relationships, self-care, physical health, your mental and your emotional wellbeing. I would recommend sticking to 4-5 maximum, as anything beyond that can feel overwhelming. The goals should vary from immediate goals to long-term goals. Being able to reach a goal is key because if you are successful you will be more motivated to keep going.

Westchester Family: What are some ways moms/parents can focus on [themselves] the during the busier months?

Kymberly A. Robinson: Moms can focus on themselves during the busier months by not trying to tackle all areas of their lives at once. There is the you as a professional, you as a mom, you as a wife, you as a friend, etc.

Pick one part of you, perhaps the “you” that is an individual. I call this self-care. This can be as simple as making breakfast the way you like it, as opposed to the way your kids or your husband does (although, let’s face it, if your kids don’t like it, you’re probably going to cook a different version anyway!)

But, in all seriousness, do something just for you. Obviously, being pampered is a great way to have some “me time,” and trust me, I do enjoy a good mani/pedi or facial, but so is treating yourself to something like lunch at a restaurant you love, or attending a seminar for leisure, and not just for business.

Westchester Family: What services do you offer in Westchester to help moms/families?

Kymberly A. Robinson: I am an attorney, serving mostly entrepreneurs and mompreneurs. Drawing upon my experience as an attorney, mother, and mompreneur, I advise clients on how to achieve their business goals from a legal perspective.

Some of the legal services I provide include:

  • Business entity formation
  • Vendor contracts
  • Employment-related contracts
  • Waivers of liability
  • Non-disclosure agreements
  • Business dissolution
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements (vital to protect business interests).

Westchester Family: Anything else to add?

Kymberly A. Robinson: Moms can do it all; I think every mom would agree that the pandemic proved that. With more moms working from home, mompreneur-businesses have been growing exponentially. My advice to all of you is: If you have an idea, explore it. Make an effort to make at least one committed action toward your goal, even if it’s small. Lastly, celebrate your success!

The information contained herein is for informational purposes only. This does not constitute legal advice and should not be construed as such. No attorney-client relationship exists between Kymberly A. Robinson, Esq. and the reader.