New to the big city and feeling lonely, Valerie Stark initially reached out to Stina Sanders through Instagram after discovering they frequented the same yoga studio. Sanders, a former model, reciprocated, and the newly minted BFFs joined forces to create Huggle, an app that connects
Technology Really Can Make You Happy!
Soon after the creation of sheBOOM, we launched Happy Tech in response to feedback we were getting from readers. This section is designed specifically to help you and other women in service businesses use technology to save time, simplify their
We’ve all heard of fear of heights, spiders, and even clowns. But now scientists are studying a new kind of fear – the anxiety that comes from being without ones’ mobile phone. It’s called Nomophobia.
The mobile phone was invented in 1973 and became available to
Many books and articles have been written about how men’s and women’s brains are wired differently. This book goes as far back as prehistoric times to explain variations in male/female behavior. Recent studies show that our brains are actually pretty similar. So, it may just
Face the fact. Women earn less and live longer than men. But that may not be the only difference between the sexes in terms of perspectives on money and how to manage, grow, and save it.
As you create your plan to build your business and accumulate
We all know that the world has evolved rapidly and dramatically over the past 10 years as a result of the integration of technology into all parts of our lives and businesses. Whether you’re a tech guru or feel as if you missed the boat,
Question: Is it true that women have a harder time than men getting funded on Shark Tank?
Answer: Women are more likely to get funded by other women. That explains why Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran invests in women-owned companies about 48% of the time. Recent
That’s the number of new businesses started by women every day! Yes
A few years back, I interviewed Julia Pimsleur for an article I was writing about women who hit the million dollar mark in their businesses. She had launched an early childhood education business and was a member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), a group that offers
We’ve all been there. After weeks of hoping business would pick up, customers suddenly appear