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After the tragic recent passing of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, it is important to address the issues involving mental health. Entrepreneurs specifically can endure extreme stress and uncertainty. Beyond that, they may go through it alone if they don’t have a mentor or partner.

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If you didn’t watch the royal wedding, I’m sure you saw pictures of it all over the news and your social media feed. The only thing sweeter than Harry and Meghan tying the knot was the beautiful cake made by a local pastry chef, Claire

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Those of you who are gluten free, or have tried to limit your consumption of gluten, know that it is hard to find delicious, gluten free desserts. Thankfully, Shira Berk, founder of Goodie Girl Cookies, is answering all of our prayers with an amazing gluten

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Kavita Shukla, Founder and CEO of The FRESHGLOW Co. and inventor of FRESHPAPER, is using her knowledge about food to change lives. After learning about the percentage of food wasted due to spoilage, Kavita set out on a mission to use spices to preserve food

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Spoon University, a website founded by Mackenzie Barth and Sarah Adler, is a resource for all of your cooking needs. While this website is made primarily for college students, there are still a surplus of recipes ranging from under 5 ingredients to fancy desserts that

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Kara Goldin is considered one of the most influential women in entrepreneurship today. For those of you who haven’t heard her name before, you’ve probably seen her products, Hint, at local grocery stores. Kara first started making fruit infused water just in her house, and

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Melanie Kahn, the only female business owner chosen for Kraft Heinz’s inaugural Springboard Incubator Program, is a mother of two who created an antioxidant lemonade called Poppilu. This new lemonade is one of the healthiest on the market, with three flavors that all contain under 10

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