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The Best Profitable Business Ideas to Start from Home. Every Friday I’ll be sharing super easy step-by-step guides on how to start a business, 3 tips on social media to boost your company and some warnings you should know before starting it. This podcast is all about entrepreneurship and motherhood.
This past couple of weeks have been difficult, a roller coaster set of emotions. I knew since the beginning that mentoring was not going to be easy. For me, it is not a business or a chore. It is a purpose. I’ve experienced the heartbreak that accompanies closing your business
This is what motherhood looks like for me: caring for my kids and juggling to accommodate routines, schedules, work, graduate studies, and running a business. I am a stay-at-home mom entrepreneur and organize my day around school hours, (virtual or not), short meetings, and long nights. That is how I
Summer is coming and with it, lots of procrastination and lovely interruptions every now and then. No more online school to keep the kids kind of busy while you try to work from home during these unusual times. We live in Texas, and without summer camps or places to go
Every single article for a productive home office starts with scheduling chores and errands, automating as many of the domestic duties as possible, and to outsource as much as you can so your home office runs smoothly. Of course, the advice was before the pandemic. Today, finding ways to make