parentpreneurs

Dream big. Start small.

Dream big. Start small.

It might sound counterintuitive, but when you own your own business, the best way to think about long-term strategies for your business is to focus on the other areas of your life. I love my job, but the reason I got into this whole entrepreneurship thing wasn’t to work 70-hour weeks — it was for more control over the work I do and for better work-life balance.

Balancing Chaos. 4 things I wish I had known about running a business before having children.

Balancing Chaos.  4 things I wish I had known about running a business before having children.

As a graphic designer, working remotely and freelancing were already part of my life before I became a mom, and I assumed that kids would fit pretty easily into my lifestyle. I was wrong. Since my son was born, I’ve learned a lot that’s helped me become a better parent and a better business owner. Here are four tips I wish someone had told me before I became a mompreneur.

Realistic goal setting advice from 3 parentpreneurs

Realistic goal setting advice from 3 parentpreneurs

Managing a family and a business is hard work. You know this. But if you’re like most parentpreneurs we know, well, you probably also believe that anything worth doing is worth doing well. You strive to be better every day. You set goals.

4 Essential steps to launching a business with young kids

4 Essential steps to launching a business with young kids

Bella Hughes is a mother of 2 and serial entrepreneur. She and her husband, Harrison Rice, launched their business with a newborn and a toddler on hand. Bella understands that when you start a business — or start a family — no one can really tell you what to expect. 

Here, Bella shares her ideas on how parents can successful launch a business when they have young children.