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Taleesa Meeks

Have you ever felt guilty for leaving your baby when your maternity leave was over? Have you ever asked yourself what company can I work for that will provide me with the balance I need as a working mother? With the U.S being the only industrialized nation not to mandate paid leave for mothers of newborns, these questions are far too common. put together a list of the 100 Best Workplaces for Women. The list is based on companies with generous benefits, flexible schedules, and an emphasis on balancing

This week’s momtrepreneur features Melissa Hyslop; mom and entrepreneur of Munch Mitt. When I found out about Munch Mitt I was so jealous that I hadn’t heard of this product when my little one was teething, so I had to share this great product with other mothers. On the Munch Mitt’s website Melissa shares her inspiration on how Munch Mitt came about “My first son was a really good baby, slept, ate well…everything was great. However, when my little guy turned 3 months old I noticed my giggly, laid back baby

This week I would like to take the time to highlight a Resilient Hot Mom Phaedra Parks.  Phaedra Parks become a reality star in the hit Bravo reality series “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” now in its ninth season and one of the network’s highest rated shows. Parks is also a successful attorney, businesswoman, media personality, motivational speaker, author and social activist. Phaedra Parks has two young boys Ayden and Dylan. On the Real Housewives of Atlanta Ms. Parks is often seen talking about how important is it for her to

Healthy living is within your reach, starting today. Sure, healthy living is a long-term commitment, not a flash-in-the-pan fad. But there are steps you can take right now that will make today healthier than yesterday and pave the way for healthy living tomorrow, too. In this week’s blog I sat down to interview a momtreprenuer and someone dear to my heart who helped me get on track to living a healthier lifestyle using Young-Living Essential Oils! Read below to find out how momtreprenurer Tiffany Haynes of two came to be a

I have always been inspired by women making strides in the business world especially mothers. This week I would like to highlight Lisa Price, the founder of the popular beauty brand Carol’s Daughter. Price is a married Momtrepreneur of three children: Forrest, Ennis and Becca. In 1993, encouraged by her mother, Carol, Price began making products out of her kitchen in Brooklyn. She shared her products first with family and friends and received great feedback. At that point Price knew she was on to something. Today Carol’s Daughter products are sold

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