Take a minute and close your eyes.
Go back in time and be yourself at
7 or 8 years old.
What do you remember most about
For me, memories begin with snapshots
of days at beach, or setting the table
for dinner, or family trips to Florida
when we were carried sleepily from our
beds and put to rest at 4 AM on the
soft cushions in the back of the wood
sided station wagon. (Pre-car seat days).
But deeper in those memories are the
senses. The coolness of my moms hands
on my forehead when I had a fever. The
safety of coming home after a hard day
at school and knowing she would listen.
The warm bed to crawl into after a bad
I’d like to say I remember my moms yummy
meals or delicious cookies. But my mom
was a little different than your typical early
60’s housewife. I didn’t even realize that
you could make soup without a can until I
took home-ec in 7th grade. Same with baking..
I thought you needed a box of Betty Crocker
in order to make a cake.
Moms today have a million more choices than
my mom did back when she was raising us. Even
so, she seemed to know that cooking and sewing
were not necessary to be a good mom, nor a good
A new term, coined by mom entrepreneurs
and becoming mainstream enough that is shows
up in Google statistics. Moms who know in their
heart that they can be there for their families
and also be passionate and creative in a business
of their choosing.
Welcome to Good Day Mompreneur.
We are a group of four Mompreneurs
who have come together to expand are
passion for working at home, and share
our expertise with moms (and dads)
that work from home in a variety of
Won’t you join us?
We’ve saved a place for you
at our table. Sit back, relax
watch some of our shows and then
share your own stories too.
Not a mom? Then we invite you
to pass along our information to
a mom that you know and love.
Peace and Abundance,