Mompreneur

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So, I'm writing this as I am one week away from my official due date. I just left the house to work in a coffee shop so that I could concentrate on the overwhelming list of things that I want to accomplish before baby #2 arrives and my life as we know it, will never be the same.
Entrepreneurship is an emotional roller coaster. Believe it or not, embracing motherhood and entrepreneurship simultaneously
There was once a time in my life where I could not imagine leaving my family at home so that I can embark on a journey without
As entrepreneurs, we face many challenges as we start and grow our businesses. Funding uncertainties, competitive pressures, economic downturns, and more put a multitude of obstacles in our paths. But sometimes, the most difficult roadblock hindering our success is ourselves. Could you be standing in the way of your business achieving its full potential? If you exhibit any of the below characteristics, you are likely thwarting your ability to improve and grow your business.
Mompreneurs are a special breed.  You’ve taken a chance to be at home with your kids and run a business at the same time
Entering the world of entrepreneurship is exciting and exhilarating, but it also demands some sacrifices. Especially when you're in the startup phase, managing work and your personal life can get tricky.
When Nicole Nixon made the decision to become a full-fledged entrepreneur, she didn't spend years wrestling with the notion
Take note of how your work is affecting you at home. It's normal for you to be on edge, have low energy and to be less patient
Maybe I was experiencing some crazy postpartum psychosis, because when my daughter turned three months I decided to take my coaching business online. I literally worked with my baby in one arm and my laptop in the other. A decision and journey I'm so thankful I started on.
The MultiCulti Corner collaborated on a project for a group I co-founded with Delia Douglas of DDHPR called MultiCulti Corner (MCC). This project is perfect anytime but found it a great learning experience for Black History Month.
Here's the top 7 reasons why you should start your side hustle in 2016: 1. You can make a lot of money The research found
It's certainly more fun to reflect on the highlights than the challenges! I've had so many amazing experiences and career
One beautiful thing about being a mother is, even when you lose your mind in the midst of all the noise and chaos that is going on around you, you are still able to weather the storm, remain collected (maybe not calm), and handle your business like a boss -- like only a Mommy Diva can.
After spending the last few years being lucky enough to spend my time at home raising my children, I've started asking myself a new question: How I can build more work into my life so that I can, again, exist in a more well-rounded universe?
Judy Travis began sharing videos of beauty tips that she recorded on her handheld camera when she was in college. 7 years later, she is a mom of 3 girls, has 5 YouTube channels, millions of subscribers, hundreds of millions of views, and both her and her husband have made a career leveraging her thriving YouTube presence.
Summer time means summer camp! Often times the prep for summer camp differs from the day to day school routine. In this video I share tips on what to pack, how to get your kids out the door on time, and fun and creative ideas for packing snacks and lunch for summer camp.
When interviewing successful female entrepreneurs I often ask the question "what are the secrets to your success" and "what are the must-haves for successful entrepreneurs". Diane von Furstenberg, Stella&Dot founder Jessica Herrin, Tory Burch and several others have indicated that confidence is one trait that is critical to success.
When Kara Goldin started putting fruit in her water 10 years ago, she had no idea that she had stumbled upon a business idea that would eventually lead to the creation of a new category in the beverage industry, grow to a 40 million dollar company, and help her lose over 25 pounds in the process.
When the unexpected strikes, breathe to control your emotions, which in turn will allow you to develop a plan to tackle the immediate issues. And if you have time, recognize the fact that adapting to the unexpected and the difficult will make you -- and your brain -- stronger.