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Who says you can’t be a momtrepreneur? - Blog

Who says you can’t be a momtrepreneur?

In this day and age, moms can have it all. There is no longer a need to choose between having a career and having kids – you can have both. This is especially true since the introduction of online business software has made running your own business much easier. There are plenty momtrepreneurs out there, all making a name for themselves as they find the perfect balance between motherhood and business responsibilities.

In this day and age, moms can have it all. There is no longer a need to choose between having a career and having kids – you can have both. This is especially true since the introduction of online business software has made running your own business much easier. There are plenty momtrepreneurs out there, all making a name for themselves as they find the perfect balance between motherhood and business responsibilities. Take a look at some of the most famous momtrepreneurs below and use these fierce, fabulous women as reminders of the fact that you can have your cake and eat it.

Victoria Beckham

The former Spice Girl and mother of four has pioneered a fashion empire under a self-titled label. On top of being one of the most respected names in the fashion industry, Victoria Beckham has also written a book, won several global entrepreneurial awards and sold record-breaking numbers of albums when she was still a part of the iconic girl group.

Victoria Beckham

Nicole Richie

A far cry from The Simple Life days, Nicole Richie has transformed into a top-shelf author, fashion designer and blogger. Over the years, she managed to reposition her own personal brand completely and she continues to break boundaries with her quirky designs and bold hair colours, all while raising her two children, Harlow and Sparrow.

Nicole Richie

Jessica Alba

With one of the most recognisable faces in the world, Jessica Alba took a break from acting for a few years in order to concentrate on starting her own business, The Honest Company. As a mother to two toddlers, she realised how important it was for products like diapers and baby soap to be as natural as possible, so she set about sourcing good quality, fair trade materials and manufacturing sustainable, environmentally-friendly supplies for babies.

Jessica Alba

Being a mom doesn’t have to mean the end of your dream of pioneering your own start-up company or small business. In fact, if anything, your little darlings are likely to help motivate you even more, and you’re likely to find yourself wanting to succeed not just for yourself, but for them as well. So if you’re looking to channel your inner Jessica Alba, Nicole Richie or Victoria Beckham, remember that you can do it all – you just simply have to go for it.

 

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