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Book Review: Mom, Inc.
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Book Review: Mom, Inc.

By Carleigh Lowe Tuesday, September 11, 2012

As a new mom, I found Mom, Inc. to be very inspiring. It is so nice to read stories about how women are making it work as entrepreneurial moms. So many of us want to do it all and this book gives you insight on how to figure out the right business for you, write a business plan, create a product line, find clients, start a website and juggle everything. I especially loved the interviews with some very interesting ladies like wedding blogger Abby Larson of Style Me Pretty and photographer Bonnie Tsang.

Here are a few thoughts on what others are saying about Mom, Inc.

“More than just a pep talk, Mom, Inc. is brimming with resources and practical information. You'll be introduced to an array of enterprising mothers and will learn as much from their early mistakes and failures as from their eventual successes. —Carrie McBride, managing editor, Oh Dee Doh

"Mom, Inc. is a smart, realistic, and easy working mom’s guide. In an age when we all have so much to juggle, what a great companion book for starting or running a business!" —Christiane Lemieux, founder and creative director, DwellStudio




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