When you’re both a mom as well as a serial entrepreneur, sometimes you have to think outside the box to find a community that you can relate to as well as share and support one another’s endeavors. For Jill Salzman it was after she started her second business venture that she realized she needed that extra support and so it… Read More
For many mom entrepreneurs, starting a business begins with that initial lightbulb moment for a great idea. For Jeana Rushton it came from her need for a therapeutic outlet. On a dark and stormy night as her anxiety and depression were taking a mighty toll over her mind and the illumination of lightning struck outside her window; she felt a similar jolt inside her soul. She felt inspired to grab her journal and immediately began sketching earring designs that came to her out of nowhere. The very next day her husband went shopping for jewelry making supplies for her. She found creating jewelry so incredibly therapeutic and soothing to her soul that she hasn’t quit since!
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While working from home do you often tell your children, ‘not now I’m working’ or ‘go watch YouTube, I’ll play with you when I’m finished? Like many work-from-home parents, you’re not alone. Whether you work in your own home office or at the kitchen table; luxury jewelry designer, Jeana Rushton, has some tried and true advice for parents who are small business owners.