This is a guest post sponsored by PosterMyWall. Balancing business and babies isn’t for the faint of heart. You have to wear all the hats, fulfill every role, and don’t get sick days. However, there’s never been a better time to work from home, especially as a mom! Owning your own business means you get
Catherine Gibel is the founder of Less is More, a home organizing service driven by a passion for order and beauty. They offer simple, insightful solutions to complex organizing problems. They understand how to maximize space and have a keen eye for good design. Their systems create balance and clarity.
Guest Post: Nicole Guzman is the founder of GooseWorks, a full-service branding and web development studio based in Newburgh, NY. She runs the studio with her husband Joe Guzman and has 2 tiny team members to round out the full family business cast. Nicole is a web developer who loves great design and isn’t afraid to talk about it. She has 10+ years of experience creating websites and making the web a better place.
Tara created RIVER Educational Consulting in 2017, which is a specialized consulting firm designed to educate school staff, coaches, community organizations, students, families, and first responders on ways to identify and address educational, behavioral, emotional, social and mental health concerns among children, adolescents, and adults.
In academia, we take calculated risks. As professors, we love data-heavy pilot projects, rubrics, and blazers. Rarely is something posted ‘on a whim’ or ‘just for fun.’ It took major guts to launch this! I think one day I’ll look back and say, ‘You tried, babe, and look how you grew.” I found an area within my profession that was untapped. You probably see one, too.
Founding Moms Community member Rachel Wendte has been in business since 2013. She is a UX designer with a focus on content strategy and using communication for connection. With her power of words and focus on design strategy, she uses her intuition and creativity to make businesses pop, from a website audit to content calendars,