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This guest post was written by Charlene Walters, MBA, PhD. The holidays are always hectic, but this year takes the cake (or pumpkin pie, perhaps). Not only will we have to get all of our usual tasks and obligations done, but we are also going to need to figure out how to do everything
As working mothers, we must know certain crucial aspects to keep our grind on point. Here are 10 productivity tips for working moms and mompreneurs! 1. Do the research. Plan your project carefully and thoroughly. Impulsive decisions are sometimes good, yet it may be best to plan for business and production. While you still
Having shared experiences is one of the best ways to bond with your family. Because of this, it’s important to start some traditions. Let’s look at some family tradition ideas that you might want to try. Here are 13 family tradition ideas to start with your family. Plan A Weekly Walk Planning a
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,
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.
Pre-Covid-19, many working moms already felt the need to say “yes” in an attempt to demonstrate proficiency in their role. Women have to earn that perception in majority-male workplaces. At a minimum, women say “yes” to prove that they value their work and are a team player in the effort to combat stigmas often associated with