My friend Maria is a dynamo. When she’s not serving organic meals, whipping up gorgeous curtains, or running many, many miles, she is plotting her triumphant return to the workforce. Like me, Maria plans to go back to work when her youngest child is in school full-time, but she isn’t sure what path to pursue.
We spoke with Manisha Kothari, owner of the beautiful online gift boutique Wishwrap.com. She puts a little think behind her offerings, and here’s what she has to say about being a successful momtrepreneur. What business did you start up? A unique online gift store – it’s part boutique, part gift guide, part ‘feel good’ funhouse!
Last week my seven-year-old daughter overheard me chatting with a neighbor about this blog. She immediately asked what I was up to. No sooner did I say, “I’m thinking of starting my own business,” than my darling daughter cut me off. “I know! You’re a good ice skater! You should be a skate counselor!” Now,
I spoke with the authors of Getting To 50/50, a brand new book that addresses “How Working Couples Can Have It All By Sharing It All.” Sharon Meers and Joanna Strober(working mom) were kind enough to be our author-interview guinea pigs. And they travel in very fancypants circles–they’ll be appearing on The Today Show on
This momtrepreneur of 3 has been collecting her booty pirate-style by heading into the world of publishing. Donna’s books are a hit on Amazon, and her company is obviously a hit to children everywhere (even her own!). Stay tuned for Part 2 of the Donna Bennett series… What business did you start up? Three Chiquitas
Last week I was at the MAGIC Kids Trade Show in Las Vegas, NV for our Bumble Bells. Learned 1.2 billion things. There were over 70 countries in attendance. Thousands of exhibitors. A bit overwhelming for a first-timer, but much fun if you’re the least bit social. Apparently they expect 140,000 attendees to show to
Introducing new guest author, the Senior Dadvisor. Figured we needed the voice of a good husband and father–and fortunately, we found someone practically helpful and brilliantly supportive. The ideal role for any good husband and daddy in his wife’s momtrepreneur ventures is that of senior advisor — or senior dadvisor, if you will. The senior