I care about my blog readers so if you have any topic you want me to write about that focuses what this blog encompasses or any question for me feel free to contact me. Hopefully, I will get to write about all the topics. For the questions, I will definately get back to you. Yep, you read that right: sometimes, although rarely, the choice to have children can result in homelessness even in upper-middle class families. If a child is born with a congenital condition, gets into an accident, catches a severe illness, or develops organ failure, medical care for that child not covered by insurance can easily bankrupt even a family that is doing well by societal standards.
A former model, Kristen knows how to make bank on her beauty. Kristen’s husband Josh is the owner of eBoost, a natural energy supplement. But Kristen has her hands in a number other ventures as well. She began modeling at age 14 and was featured in magazines like Harper’s Bazaar and in national campaigns for brands like Clairol. After her modeling career, she used her business savvy to launch her own greeting card company, 2nd Street Press, in 2009 and has recently started a nail polish line with her husband called Pop of Color.
Lots of great suggestions! I wish I took more courses on running a small business in school. I am lucky that a lot of it comes pretty naturally for me, but it is obviously always best to learn from other people’s experiences and advice by reading books like these. I try to get the ones that are available on book on tape, so I can listen to them when I take care of basic tasks.