In Nanette Fondas recent article in the Atlantic: “You Don’t Have To Be Marissa Mayer To Bring Your Baby To Work WIth You” she discusses how many companies are now allowing many new parents to bring their children to work with them. According to Fondas, most companies only provide this short-term option until baby is […]
Entrepreneur.com defines a “mompreneur” as “a female business owner who is actively balancing the role of mom and the role of entrepreneur”. The key word in this definition is “balancing”, although I like to think of it more as “juggling”. Mompreneurs are mothers who are running business and trying to juggle the many roles that […]
Could 2013 Be the Year of the Woman Entrepreneur? In his most recent Tech Cocktail article, Shashi Bellamkonda shares a NAWBO study that finds 85% percent of women entrepreneurs surveyed believe that more women will start their own businesses in 2013 than in 2012. He goes on to highlight the reasons survey respondents pursue their own venture. “Wanting control […]
Why did I pursue entrepreneurship and choose the Kidville franchise? How did my background prepare me for owning my business? Check out my interview with ABC 7’s Rebecca Cooper on The Washington Business Report. Click here to view.
When you have kids, Valentine’s Day isn’t just about your sweetheart any more! Instead of planning a romantic dinner with your spouse, you are running to the grocery store to pick up last minute Cars or Toy Story themed Valentines for your child’s school party. You don’t have to settle for the generic cartoon […]