Entrepreneur Moms & Working Moms


Entrepreneur Moms & Working Moms

This blog is dedicated to the work moms and the women who've been inspired by their children to create amazing products and bring unique business ideas into this world.

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Easy Peasy Facebook Fan Pages!

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Tips & Resources for Mom's Who Work Outside the Home

Started by Chelsea. Last reply by Amber Janke May 24, 2010. 1 Reply

Resources for Working Moms

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Comment by April Kurtyka on March 2, 2010 at 2:34pm
Hi Saray,

Im an IBCLC in Orange County, so not too far from you! Good to "meet" you!

Comment by Mother's Utopia Lactation Srvcs. on March 1, 2010 at 4:51pm
Hi Everybody,

I'm a Lactation Consultant in private practice in Southern California, mother of a 3 year old breastfeeding girl and loving every moment of my motherhood journey.
I was born in Ecuador, so I'm bilingual in Spanish and English. I earned a Bachelor's in Economics, but my daughter's birth changed my life. I've been working with moms and babies ever since; however, just recently, I decided to open my private practice "Mother's Utopia". My focus is to continue supporting not just initiation but long term breastfeeding for families who need compassionate support and evidence based breastfeeding and baby care information. I offer Lactation consultations in English and Spanish, as well as many classes such as: breastfeeding basics, baby care basics, Introduction to solids, pumping and returning to work, mother's groups and much more. My online breastfeeding supplies store will open soon. All these services are offered worldwide over the internet via Skype and Yahoo Messenger.

I look forward to connecting with other professionals, sharing experiences and expanding/strengthening our business and helping the world be a more humane place.

All the best,

Saray Hill, BS, IBCLC, RLC
Comment by Mary Oscategui on December 21, 2009 at 8:18pm
Hi Everyone,

I am very passionate about raising awareness and empowering expecting and new parents. My business is


I would love to network and collaborate with you.Please visit my website if you are interested. I am currently working on the second edition of my book.

Warmly, Mary
Comment by Chelsea on November 18, 2009 at 4:50pm
Hi All,
I am not a mom yet, but am currently ttc. In making the decision to start trying, I've been thinking a lot about how to balance my desire for a family with my career goals. I currently work for a national conservation nonprofit and am very dedicated to nonprofit work and developing my career. But I have always wanted a family and am so excited that the time has has come!

I recently decided to go back to school for a master's and while the idea has given me a lot of new energy, I can't help but worry that the time is not right and how will I support my family, is it selfish of me when I'm the primary bread winner? How do others deal with the pressure to provide for your family and your personal career goals?
Comment by Tracey Stolarchuk on November 18, 2009 at 6:39am
Hello Everyone,

I am a doula, childbirth educator and retail/online store owner specializing in pregnancy, birth and parenting products and I market another product from home.

I have had 4 children, 2 hospital, 2 homebirths and I too am juggling a very busy work/home schedule and sure appreciate the feedback from other women in my situation.

I am very much looking forward to learning more about everyone here and Kim I sell G-Diapers in my store!
Comment by Kim Graham-Nye on November 6, 2009 at 11:45am
My name is Kim Graham-Nye and my husband and I moved from Australia to the US to start gDiapers. We have two growing boys (Fynn is now 7 and Harper is getting close to 5!). Both boys were born at home in the water so we have always been a huge fan of natural birth choices and were thrilled to get involved with BOBB. Ironically, I am only just joining this group as I have been too frazzled trying to juggle our family with our business (and often feeling like I am doing neither of them the way I would like!). But I am determined to tap into all the inspirational mamas out there who are also trying their best to nurture their families while somehow impacting the business world!
There are lots of us out there, so I am sure our collective intelligence is better than going it alone!
Comment by Andrea on October 2, 2009 at 10:30am

Hello all,

I am not a mom yet, but am 38 and hope to be soon. My sister (who is also not a mom yet, but also ready to be!) and I started a social entrepreneurship venture in the past few years and one of the things that is always top of mind for us is how this venture will serve us when we do become mothers. I guess that's the nature of being in your late 30s! ;)

Our business is called Lovemore (www.chooselovemore.com) and we make love-infused green wear and gear, including 100% organic cotton onesies. You can check them out here along with our toddler tees.

I am also an RN and am currently working as a doula and I give each of my "moms" a Lovemore onesie as a gift at the postnatal appointment. It is wonderful how my worlds are intersecting. At Lovemore we also give a portion of our proceeds to charity, and the cause we support is Earth Birth, an International Women's Health Collective run by midwives to foster a movement that encourages and promotes safe and peaceful birth as an act of social justice and community healing.

We love what we do and I'm excited to have the opportunity to share it with this amazing community! As someone who has recently started 2 new businesses (Lovemore & Holistic Doula NYC), please let me know if you have any questions I may be able to answer. I'm so happy to share what I've learned if it can make it easier for someone else!

I wish you ease and abundance as you manifest your dreams!

Comment by BabyBlurb on August 23, 2009 at 6:44am
Hello Ladies! I havent quite started my business but I just found out I am pregnant with my 3rd child and I really wanted to start a clothing line and right about now i think i will try to start a maternity line and maybe a few things for baby. I have a few ideas and this could be a way for me to make money now and in the future!
Comment by Elisabetta Malvagna on August 11, 2009 at 3:00pm
Hi Maha, I'm not pregnant (my 2 kids are 8 and 12 yers old, both born at home) but I would like to know if it will possibile to receive your DVD in Italy, where I'm leaving. I'm sure that many Italian moms-to-be will be interested in it!
Cheers and many compliments for your last water birth. I had one with my son (I was 42) and it was really a beautiful experience !
Comment by Rosemarie Anderson on July 22, 2009 at 11:00am
Hi Everyone,
I would love to help you convert your home to safer, more economical, NON-TOXIC househole products we all use on a daily basis, everything from bleach free laundry detergent that is PH balanced and is safe for everyone in the household even infants clothing! To ammonia and bleach free cleaning products! We also have a lotion for anyone with skin issues, ezcema, rosacia, psoriasis that works Amazing! Keep your family safer while keeping your monthly budget intact! Contact me for more info or go to my website http://www.saferearth.net/RA110. We ship in all 50 states and 14 countries!
Hope to talk with you soon!

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