how to start a mommy and me business

How To Start A Mommy And Me Business

Starting your own business, being the administrator of your own time, and your schedule is often very appealing. Even more so in COVID times, it’s known for a fact that managing your job from home might be a hassle as well, so why not start your mommy and me business to improve your finances,

The Role Of Empathy In Saying ‘No’ At Work

Christine Michel Carter published “Yes, It’s Alright To Say ‘No’ At Work,” which discussed the need women have in the workplace to say “yes” in an attempt to demonstrate proficiency in their role. This is a follow-up interview to that article with Board Certified Psychiatrist Dr. Alauna Curry. Dr. Curry specializes in helping her

How To Become A Mompreneur

A mompreneur is a mother who is also employed or operates a business. A mom executive is a mother who also manages a team of professionals at an organization. They do not necessarily have to be a business owner, as many working mothers are building their own personal brands while working for another company.

The 12 Best wikiHow Articles About Marketing

Since writing two best- selling books, author Christine Michel Carter continues to impact through literary influence for publications like Parents, TIME, and ForbesWomen. Her contributions range from her personal experiences of being a Mompreneur to brand diversification and consumer trends. Her expertise as a global voice has ranked her as one of the top

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Mental Maintenance for the Stressed out Woman

This article was written by Shannon Battle, Licensed Counselor and Strategy Coach. Let’s face it. Women are brilliant! We have the capacity to create life and enhance the lives of everyone around us. Women know how to labor physically and mentally in support of people around them. From the secretary in the office, the

Balancing Work, Family and Life During the Pandemic

This article was written by Lorraine Wilde. Since COVID-19 changed all of our lives, working moms around the world have found new ways to be even more flexible and creative as they juggle working from home, managing teams remotely, coaching children through remote learning along with a host of other daily challenges. The stresses