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10 May 2012

Mom-Inc-Book

Until I became a mom myself, I never realized how hard it is to take care of another human while also working or having your own business. Both things are a ton of work in themselves, so to mix the two takes a lot of planning, organization, delegating, multi-tasking, and a whole bunch of other things that I have yet to figure out myself. My friend {and co-author of Creative, Inc.}, Meg Mateo Ilasco just released her third book in the Inc. series which she co-wrote with Cat Seto called Mom, Inc. I loved Meg's post the other day on Design*Sponge about motherhood and business...it's so honest and so true. And, I'm thrilled to share the news of their new book!

To me, it's a must for any mom, business owner, or anyone who eventually wants to be a mom and business owner. Mom, Inc. is full of interviews from other moms in the creative world and covers various types of businesses including: freelancing, having a shop, starting a blog, and more. Also, how cute is Cat in their book trailer above? If you're in LA or NY, you can see details on their next book signing right here... — Joy

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