As far back as I can remember, I have always been an entrepreneur of some sort, so it’s no surprise that I am a mompreneur now. At the age of six, I already had a strong sense of entrepreneurship. I can still remember making “books” and drawing pictures for my family and trying to sell them to my dad for a quarter so I could pick up a sip sack at the dep. If you grew up in the eighties you totally know what a sip sack was. For ten cents, you would get this orange flavored jui
Welcome to my weekly mompreneur series. A space to support, encourage and empower other mom’s who are thinking of or are already running their own business. YEAR 5 Doesn’t seem real…four years under our belts and now we head into year five. I can’t believe it’s been five years since the birth of my first business baby. I read someplace that 96% of small business will fail within the first 10 years. A little more than half will make it to 5 years and not many will last past th
So often I get asked this question, “Dina, How do you do it all? Running a business, building a brand, writing a blog, building a house, being a mom, finding time for yourself…how do you do it?” Ok, I can see how that seems like a lot…have you read my posts on hair loss? Just kidding (sorta)… Well first off, I am so sick of hearing things like “you must be so disciplined” or “it takes a lot of discipline to manage all that you do”. Well, guess what? no! I am not disciplined.