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While moms may fantasize about a utopian balance of pilates in the morning and business in the afternoon ,the reality could be much different
Tran Wills is a successful business owner and mom. She's proven she excels at both, and now she's sharing how she makes it work.
Entrepreneurs are busy. Mompreneurs are perpetual motion machines.
These single mothers, all of whom run successful companies, have learned critical lessons about building a business while raising a family.
Dr. Frieda Rapoport Caplan fears no fruit. The 91-year-old entrepreneur smashed the gender barrier in the old boys club of produce and brought some 200 unusual edibles out of obscurity and onto our plates.
The millennial-leaning range, entitled Nudestix, consists exclusively of easy-to-apply makeup crayons.
It takes work, but there are ways to effective juggle being a top businesswoman and a top mom.
For this busy working mom, effectively splitting her time and energy between career and kids isn't about 'leaning in.' It's about spreadsheets, sitters and asserting your needs. Don't ask, just do.
The only tip missing is to just breathe. It's going to be okay.
Concerns about balance are valid, but don't let the naysayers keep you from your dreams.
Guess which country ranks among the worst for maternity leave? The land of the free and the home of the brave.
Trying to get a business off the ground is hard enough. This entrepreneur found a way to better manage her business to fit her children's schedule.
The 'Punky Brewster' actress discusses balancing life as a mother to three young kids and running her online party supplies business, P.S. XO, which just announced its merger with the retail party line Seedling.
The millionaire mom of two says the first step is not to step in too much, especially when it comes to getting good grades. Also, let your kid fall so she can learn how to pick herself up.
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