On The Go Essentials for Busy Mompreneurs

On The Go Essentials

 

 

This week kicks off the start of a new school year for our family and the official end of my “summer schedule”.

This summer I made it a point to slow down and enjoy time with family and friends. While I did not completely step away from my business, I was able to work a very relaxed schedule and give my children my uninterrupted time and attention fulfilling a promise I made when I transitioned to working for myself full-time two years ago.

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These Shipping Tools Improve Ecommerce Customer Satisfaction

Shipping Tools to Improve Customer Satisfaction

Owning and operating your own ecommerce website is a truly fantastic experience that allows you to be your own boss and set your own hours. In a sense, it’s a whole new world of freedom.

On the other hand, it’s also a good deal of work and troubleshooting. Not only are you trying to sell items and find new customers, you are often put in situations where you need to learn new skills and adopt new techniques to stay competitive.

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5 Ways to Raise a Self-Confident Child

Raising a Self-Confident Child

This past  school year I noticed my 3rd grader was struggling with believing in his capabilities to embrace and achieve new things. The simplest “no” or unsuccessful attempt would result in him being sullen and holding back tears.

As his mom, of course I want him to be self-confident and willing to embrace the new and different. I honestly believe that self-confidence is a key component of success in life. It’s, also, something I have struggled with throughout my life and want better for my children.

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Summer Memories

Summer Memories

Disclaimer: Summer Memories included some business travel where I connected with amazing brands. Some of the products featured in this article were received free of charge in exchange for me sharing them with my awesome community.

At the beginning of this summer I declared that I was going to be intentional about disconnecting and enjoying the time off with my children. As we prepare for the first day of school next week,

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Watch Out For The Hazards Of An Untidy Home Office!

Hazards of an Untidy Work Office

Freelancing from home or running a business from your spare room? If so, you might think you have it easy when it comes to the ‘keeping things tidy’ stakes. After all, you have no boss or team leader peering over your shoulder demanding you clear up your desk space each and every night – it’s only your rules that matter.

However, there are some distinct advantages of maintaining tidiness in your home office that you just can’t ignore.

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6 Tips to Keep Your Teenage Driver Safe #sponsored #ColumbiaSC

Tips to keep your teenage driver safe

Disclosure: This article on 6 tips to keep your teenage driver safe is written in partnership with University Motor Company in Columbia, South Carolina.

Did you know that teens have the highest crash rate of any drivers? Nearly four times that of drivers over the age of 20! It’s statistics like this that I come across as we prepare to have a teenage driver in our household. Over the past few months we have been researching new-to-us vehicles and preparing ourselves for the car-buying process,

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The Importance of Me Time

Find time to relax and just be #EmbraceTheDivatude

Married life, children, a career, community service…that’s just the beginning of the list of responsibilities that I have. At some point not too long after my youngest son was born I realized I was just floating along. I was unhappy. I was doing “things” but nothing that truly brought me joy or a sense of purpose. I felt ashamed to admit it because I had a beautiful family, a great job and all the things that seemingly should have made me happy and fulfilled.

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