Here’s My Story…
Deanna Mason is a Monetization Clarity Consultant who founded Refreshed Moms LLC – a faith-based self-care and time management company, and co-host of the Moms Called to More Podcast, where she teaches moms how to make money in the time they have in order to successfully create sustainable multi-income streams for their families. Through private consulting, a business membership community, an electronic training products, Deanna helps mom leaders create their own strategy to start and sustain a business while incorporating the tools they need to prioritize their family and self-care.
As a mom of a baby and toddler in 2008, Deanna began Examples Family Resources, a non-profit dedicated to providing faith-based support services to moms and teens. Over the eight years of operation, Examples Family reached thousands of mothers and families through their programming. Through her non-profit, Deanna created mom small groups, children programming, school workshops, youth events, annual conferences serving 200+ attendees, and coaching support for moms and other leaders of children and youth.
Along with family support programming, Deanna created and self-published TRU Teen Magazine, a print magazine for girls distributed in U.S. and Canada, which sold on the shelves of retailers like Hastings Books & Music and Barnes & Noble. Through this publication, Deanna and her staff were able to cultivate a successful partnership with St. Xavier University in Chicago, Illinois that provided student interns from the Department of English & Foreign Language, as well as students majoring in Communications and Women Studies.
She holds a BA degree in Marketing from Georgia State University, and has freelanced as a marketing consultant for small businesses, successfully replacing her previous full-time income in order to become a work-from-home mom.
When it became time to enroll her oldest child into school, Deanna and her husband Eddie made a joint decision to pursue homeschooling. Although incredibly rewarding, her homeschool journey has had its ups and downs. Dividing her time between school and running a business was definitely challenging. So in 2016, Deanna decided to take time off from entrepreneurship to focus on her children’s school demands. Her business drive, however, was still very much alive.
Now, she has created the lifestyle, systems, self-care strategy and margin to be able to run a business in the fringe hours of her day while giving her family the love and attention they deserve.
Her mission is to help other moms do the same thing.