Samantha Halle is more than a pretty face she is the epitome of a queen that is gearing up to claim her throne. She shares her creative abilities through poetry, her life experiences through blogging and her hair/beauty knowledge through her YouTube channel. As a student, single mother, and momtreprenuer Samantha Halle really has it going on. Learn what inspired this queen to become a mom boss and how her daughter inspired her to become spiritually in tune with herself plus more below: Modish Mommies: Tell our readers about who Samantha
Tired of hearing, “What’s for dinner?” Let’s Be Chefs can help! Let’s Be Chefs is an app-based service that makes it easier to get dinner on the table. They make it easy to find new recipes that you’ll like, plan your dinners for the week, grocery shop, and cook. Their goal is to help you with as many of the repetitive tasks having to do with meal planning and cooking as possible. Suzanne Hayen, the Co-Owner of Let’s Be Chefs turned an obstacle that many mothers face into a business. Find
Milky Mama is a company that specializes in all natural lactation treats for nursing mothers. Her product line includes cookies, brownies, smoothies, teas, lemonades and much more. Additionally, Milky Mama offers lactation support and a sense of community through Facebook. Krystal Duhaney, the owner of Milky Mama prides herself on being able “to give breastfeeding support.” She even has celebrities such as Chrissy Teigan and reality TV Star Coco Austin, wife of rapper Ice-T, enjoying her delectable treats. She used her struggle, not only as a platform to help other
If you are ever in New York, planning an event or just simply craving something sweet to eat, contact Sweetz By G. Georgia Forbes, a self- made baker who creates custom cakes and treats for just about any occasion. Birthdays, Weddings, Baby Showers, Bridal Showers, Funerals – YOU Name It! Her product line is extensive; she does not just cover custom cakes. Georgia also does cake pops, cupcakes, chocolate covered pretzels, flavored mousse and many more delicious treats (check out her website for her full line of services and products).
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
Momtrepreneur, a woman nurturing an entrepreneurial endeavor while simultaneously juggling home and a family life in other words a “multi-tasker in its extreme”. Although I am very new to this lifestyle, with just giving birth a month and half ago. Trying to start up a business with a newborn has had its challenges thus far. From the recovery process to getting acclimated as a first-time mom with my son, Carter; but also, meeting deadlines to move forward with branding for the release of my fashion company. So far, I have noticed