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Fact: The number of farmers markets in the U.S. grew 180% over seven years! What should you do? Explore a market near you.  Many vendors are women-owned businesses. You'll eat healthier and support your fellow entrepreneurs!

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“To protect your energy… It’s okay to cancel a commitment. It’s okay to not answer that call. It’s okay to change your mind. It’s okay to be alone. It’s okay to take a day off. It’s okay to do nothing. It’s okay to speak up. It’s okay to let go.” - Unknown

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Breathe. Close your eyes and try inhaling for four counts and exhaling for four counts. This breathing will center your mind and body, reducing and anger and stress. (Some may even say to inhale positivity and exhale any negative thoughts you have). Take a

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Sometimes it’s crucial to laugh at your mistakes. Because guess what? You’re not the only one who makes them! Dwelling on your past is the single most self-destructive thing you can do. Instead, try laughing and moving on. Just look at comedians, they find humor

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It is important to stay balanced in your life while starting your own business (or doing anything for that matter!). Set goals for yourself! I'm not talking about business goals; I’m talking about personal goals. You can start off small with day to day activities

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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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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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