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CEOMOM Podcast: Episode 2 – Millionaire Moms

In our April/Spring issue we featured Millionaire Moms. We talked to moms who have built million dollar businesses. We featured the CEO and Founder of CURLS, Mahisha Dellinger and Australian fashion icon and real estate mogul, Tam Wrigley and many more. You will be inspired by these women’s hustle, passion and drive to succeed on…

CEOMOM Podcast: Episode 1 – Trailer

CEOMOM Magazine is excited to finally be launching our podcast. Join us for bi-weekly episodes discussing everything pertaining to motherhood, business and life. With our magazine, the publication that puts super-moming into perspective, we have the opportunity to interview a diverse group of women from various industries and stages of their careers. We learn so…

CEOMOM Book Club: Willie the Curious Panda

One of the challenges of parenthood is talking to your kids about faith. With such young minds, it can be challenging to help them understand what it means to believe in something greater than themselves. Dr. Sheila Smart is an author and poet who has made it her mission to teach kids about faith. Through…

STEM…Motherhood…Programming: 5 Ways to Build Your Child’s Confidence with Programming

In our last blog post we focused on building your child’s self-esteem through programming. Today’s #CODEplayground objective is to build your child’s self-confidence. Self-confidence, often interchangeable with self-esteem, is the feeling of trust in one’s abilities and qualities. It is important to build both self-esteem and self-confidence in your child to ensure complete emotional health….

How Too Much Screen Time Affects Kids

Technology has positively impacted our world in a multitude of ways. However, this is the first generation that is learning how to use technology before they can even walk or talk.  There is concern among parents, teachers and doctors that children today may suffer long-term consequences. They are playing less outside, they are addicted to…

10 Ways to Keep Kids Safe Online

Think it’s still the Wild West out there on the internet? In many ways, you’d be right: Literally thousands of new services, apps and social networks go online (as do as many high-tech devices) with each passing year. Luckily, as many parents who’ve grown up alongside technology can attest, if you teach your kids a…

Tips for Building Business Credit

Creditworthiness is vital to maintaining a healthy business. From business loans to vendor relationships, how well you manage your finances as a consumer will play a role in your company’s growth potential. One way to maintain creditworthiness is not only paying attention to your consumer credit reports, but establishing a separate business report. Sandra Bernardo…

CEOMOM Book Club: Cheers to Him

A hero can be defined as a role model, someone with special achievements or personal qualities. In our eyes, Ciera Young, author of Cheers to Him, is a hero. She was able to take unhealthy relationships, depression and abuse and turn them into life lessons not only for herself, but for other women, including her…

Meet Ellen and Ione Rucker: Creators of Rucker Roots Hair Care

You may recognize Ellen and Ione Rucker from their WE tv reality show, Love Thy Sister. Known for their fun loving personalities and family above everything attitudes, these sisters are taking the natural hair care space by storm with their heat friendly products. They’ve relaunched their popular brand, Rucker Roots, to fulfill a life long…

Meet Celebrity Mom: Olunike Adeliyi

Olunike Adeliyi is a film, television and theatre actress whose resume is as diverse as she is talented. Olunike was introduced to us from her role as Leah Kerns on the popular Canadian television show, Flashpoint. Coming from a theatrical background, Olunike has gone on to play a variety of roles in films such as…

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