Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
I have always been a working gal. In 2010 things changed with the shift in the economy and some pressing family needs. I used to always question whether I was doing the right thing with regards to my children. Now that I am at home full-time, I decided to make it work for EVERYONE. My family needs me to be home but also generate consistent income. I think that speaking on celebrity is great. I just feel like the rest of the world would love to hear what regular people do in life. I have a refreshing perspective being a seasoned financial professional, a wifey and a Mom.
What is your blogging philosophy?
There does not seem to be enough acknowledgment and recognition of the majority of women. Women wear so many hats: wife, mother, host, treasurer, scribe, professional, concierge. The list would go on and on--if time and space permitted. Why not celebrate non-celebrity women? Thell their stories. Share tips on what is hot with fashion. Share tips about having fun: travel, hobbies or entertaining, etc. Share best practices and stories about women who create harmony in their work and at home. Best of all, talk about the bacon. The money--specifically where to get the accurate information. How to start a business or grow a business. How to prepare for retirement or fund college. Last but, certainly not least share tips on managing the dynamics in relationships with parents, spouses, children, employers, friends and others. It is ALL about the life of the modern day woman, created by a regular woman (without any agenda) for regular women; celebrate their accomplishments and share with aspiring women. The Tribe of Women just know how to get things done!
I have been blogging since...
My blogs officially started this year. But I have been writing in this format for over 10 years.
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I became the mother at the age of 20. The feeling I got is inexpressible. I was not prepared to take this responsibility. I was unemployed. My mother died when I was very young. I had to struggle a lot to earn a livelihood. It was a very struggling era of my time. I cried when I…