with Aliza Sherman
If you own a business - home-based or otherwise - this is the blog where you'll find practical tips and smart ideas about entrepreneurship. I've started and run 4 different businesses so "been there, done that." I'll also invite successful entrepreneurs to share their best advice with you.
To learn more about Aliza, check out her profile on Work It, Mom! and her website, www.mediaegg.com.
All three of these women are entrepreneurial moms.
Here they are:
Aimee Giese is a business owner, graphic designer, web developer and photographer based in Denver. She and her husband Bryan have one son, Declan, who is in third grade and who I’ve met and is a brilliant kid.
Aimee says she is proud to call herself a mommy blogger, but confesses she is probably more of a lifestyle blogger who talks about her kid a lot.
She is a brilliant photographer (I love her work) and also loves music, travel, social media, technology and liberal politics, all of which inform her blog Greeblemonkey.
Danielle Elwood is the mother of two boys, Camden, and Benjamin, and married to a veteran Marine and volunteer fire fighter.
She authors Momotics.com and writes for various other projects including her blog on Being Pregnant at Babble.com.
She is a self described birth activist and feminist, and is expecting her third child in May of 2011.
What she doesn’t mention is she’s also a “Wine Fairy.”
Maya Bisineer is an entrepreneur and the founder of Memetales - a place to share and celebrate children’s stories. I presented with her this past year at Blissdom and really respect her work and vision.
Maya also helps individuals and companies build their brands using social media.
You can read all about her at http://thinkmaya.com/about-Maya
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