Veteran Entrepreneur Shares Tips for Balancing Business and Family Being young and inexperienced can be intimidating for stay-at-home entrepreneurs, but it doesn’t mean you’re making mistakes, says veteran businesswoman Renae Christine. Fresh out of college at 23, she thought she’d done something wrong when the wholesaler for her stationery company assigned her a personal representative. [...]
One thing we didn’t anticipate as new parents were all the questions and comments from strangers whenever we were out and about. Looking back, all those experiences and conversations bonded the 3 of us together.
Father’s Day be celebrated in our home? Well…my husband will be surrounded by all six of our children. It won’t matter that some are birth children and some came through adoption. Not at all. Those handmade cards and gifts from school will be cherished forever.
Playing to your strengths brings real happiness. And when you combine those strengths with a desire to do something good, it’s a double whammy.
On August 30, 2008, a public radio forum sponsored by The Afro News and La Palabre Radio Program aired live on the topic of “Settlement Issues of African Immigrants & Refugees. The panel discussion and call in segment explored the theme of “How can we make Vancouver a better place to live?” The show was [...]