Of course, this year has been a tough one.
You're not alone. Between the challenges of COVID-19, the stress of the election, and our own personal business and personal "stuff," we have all faced really hard realities this year.
I've never been a sugar-coater, but I do
Boo! Halloween will be different this year.
Mask has taken on a whole new meaning.
But, as women entrepreneurs, learning to give up our ghosts and not let fear hold us back is a year-round effort.
According to Flo, here are women’s most common fears and how to
Just as kids of all ages are returning to (real and virtual) classrooms, we women entrepreneurs must commit to lifelong learning and upskilling/reskilling.
Whether you’re just starting a business, scaling, selling, or expanding into new markets and product lines, you have something to learn.
Edtech is booming,
I've lived through 63 summers.
But none will be quite like this one. I am hustling harder than ever, am deeply disturbed by the environment of intolerance and hatred, and missing my kids and grandkids (who live across the country). But I try to wake up
How does sheBOOM contribute to holiday cheer?
Expressing gratitude for the people and actions that made 2019 a better year for us as individuals and women
Supporting women-owned businesses by promoting the products and services they create and offer.
What am I grateful for this
I still look longingly at the school supply aisle when I'm out shopping
Women entrepreneurs we often put our health (physical and mental) on the back burner.
As many of us have discovered the hard way, ignoring yourself while you're building/scaling a business and taking care of your family can be unhealthy -- literally.
The true definition of prosperity is ensuring
I just became a grandmother for the second time and my own mother will be 92 in July.
Mothering (and sometimes grandmothering) and daughtering is part of our lives. That can be in addition to launching, running, and scaling a business. Those of us who do it