Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate and honor the amazing moms and mom entrepreneurs in our lives. These women work tirelessly to balance their professional and personal responsibilities, often sacrificing their own needs and desires to support their families and businesses.
As we approach this special day, it’s important to show our appreciation and support in meaningful ways. Whether it’s through a thoughtful gift, a heartfelt note, or simply offering to lend a hand, every gesture counts. In this blog, we’ll explore 14 ways you can support working mothers and mom entrepreneurs on Mother’s Day, with tips and advice for showing your appreciation and making them feel valued and recognized.
Are you a mom entrepreneur struggling to balance work and family? This informative and encouraging blog covers 5 common challenges faced by mom entrepreneurs and provides practical tips on how to overcome them. This blog will help you navigate the ups and downs of building a business while also raising a family.
Mompreneurs: Stop Struggling Alone and Start Asking for Help! The Surprising Resources You Didn’t Know You Had
As a mom entrepreneur, you’re juggling a lot – from raising kids to running your business, and everything in between. It’s no wonder that sometimes it feels like you’re doing it all alone. But the truth is, you don’t have to. There are resources out there that can help you get the support you need […]
You may know Rihanna as a multi-talented singer, songwriter, and actress, and that she’s also a highly successful businesswoman. That success has more than quadrupled after her fanous Superbowl Halftime show!
I know it can be highly stressful during these times when the children are at home. The demands of work, children and other responsibilities can create very stressful days! In this week’s blog, I share a guid with six (6) ways you can reduce the stress as you go through your day.
How I Structured Distance Learning For 4 Children (While Going To School Myself) Without A Mental Breakdown
For the past few months, parents have been doing distance learning because of the COVID 19 pandemic. Schools were closed abruptly in March 2020 and classes around the world gradually made the move towards distance learning from August 2020.
If you speak to anyone who has a business with their spouse, they would tell you it is not for the weak. I have been in business with my husband for over 13 years. There were many times I wanted to throw in the towel. Differences in opinions and ideas caused many arguments. We had to learn how to work together. It took many, many years, but we are at a much better place today.
Here is the BTS of how I recently updated my home office.
Me: “Oh my gosh! This place is so messy!”
Proceeds to pick up toys, fix cushions, wash dishes, sweep and mop floors, febreze couches, make beds, clean bathroom, put clothes in baskets………..drops into my bed!
Me: “I’m so tired! You all don’t do anything to help me!”
Sound familiar? I’m sure it does!