Not For Lazy MomsThe Mission

Not For Lazy Moms is a community of resourceful women who are determined to accomplish their goals and are dedicated to helping one another succeed. Through the strength of this common bond, Not For Lazy Moms will grow into a global network of contributors who share stories about overcoming obstacles in life, open up about challenges, and share ideas and advice. We are not experts, we are real women who want it all, and do it all. Not For Lazy Moms is a community that you can depend on for support as you search for answers on your journey to live a healthy and happy life.

Not For Lazy Moms. We want it all. We do it all.

About the FounderMonique Samuels

Monique Samuels, radio personality for Audacy WPGC 95.5’s Good Morning Show and former star on the reality television series on Bravo “The Real Housewives of Potomac,” is an entrepreneur, speaker, multi-media personality, radio host, writer and philanthropist. Most importantly, Monique is also a loving and dedicated mom of three. She is known for her ability to balance her personal and professional lives and “do it all.”

Among her many accomplishments, Monique is also the founder of Mila Eve Essentials, an essential products company featuring 100% pure, therapeutic essentials oils and other self-care products, CEO of Not For Lazy Moms, a multimedia platform that provides a destination and online community for resourceful women who want it all and do it all and author of her hit potty training book, “Potty Training Mommy and Daddy: A Guide For Introducing Infant Potty Training As Early As 6 Months Old.” The Not For Lazy Moms community is where people share stories about overcoming obstacles in life, open up about challenges, and share ideas and advice on parenthood, relationships, healthy living, happiness, and so much more.

Monique was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey and graduated from Pleasantville High School as the Salutatorian of her class. She went to Duquesne University to study business law on a full academic scholarship. Monique later decided to put school on hold to pursue a career in music, moved to Washington, DC and worked as an Executive Assistant for her Entertainment Attorney in order to pay the bills while she learned more about the music industry. Monique resides in Maryland with her three children, Christopher, Milani and Chase, her family dog, Mino, a bearded dragon, Zilla and an African Grey parrot, Sekhmet.