Marla Boehr, a model with a love for food, trades the fashion runway for the comforts of the kitchen. Here’s how she made her love of baking into a business.
Like so many working moms, Johanna Reynolds is juggling life and kids — and everything in between. When it was clear that there was a real chance to step into her role as a painter, she seized the opportunity. Here’s her journey that led to career joy.
Vanessa Grant is the president of Mommyfluencer, a boutique branded content and influencer marketing agency that connects parenting and women-focused brands with stylish, influential moms. She quit her full-time employment to freelance so she could be home with her first son. She shares how she traded in one career for another, plus dishes on her holiday must-haves that are keeping her sane this season.
Natalie embraced the work-life change that working motherhood presented to her and launched Poppies & Peonies, a brand which specializes in handbags and accessories that marries function with a stylish DNA. “As a mom I want style with more purpose and less sacrifice. I knew that other moms would relate. I feel like my goal is possible now.” Here’s how she’s working for her dream.
Anita Gatto is the Chief Growth Officer of her own experiential marketing agency, Self Employed. Along with her business partner, Chief Branding Officer and new mom, Sarah Ivory, they’re forging a new way to find start-up success that embraces working motherhood, instead of stifling it like so many of their job environments did before.
Like so many of us, Megan Cassidy needed more to satisfy her creative flow and she welcomed the relief of her mid-career change. Long-time friend and architect Jane Son felt the need for change too and last year they launched Casson Hardware.
We had such a great time with Hip Mommies boss babe Jennifer Chua, that we hit her up for minimalist living tips for the modern fam. Visit the blog for products she can’t live without.
Jennifer, COO of Hip Mommies, a Canadian distributor of eco-conscious baby and pet goods, lived a minimal life while travelling through Asia BF (before kids). Now, as a mom to 3-year old Edie, she only has room in her life for meaningful items and well-made, multi-functional products. Here’s how she and her fam are living a life with less.
Ashley Allwood is a shop/gallery owner, creative director, mom to Kloe and yes, a new soul singer. But, she’s learned where to channel her efforts and now she’s hoping to inspire people to make conscious choices that transforms their energies and vibrations for the better.
Interior designer and mom of two, Jennifer Ferreira lives in an uptown apartment with spare but oh-so stylish furnishings and a mindset that’s focused on a life that celebrates the simple things and the art of downsizing.