Did you know Sunday, Sept. 7th is National Grandparents Day? Until a few days ago, we didn’t either. Grandparents are such an important part of the lives of our children. We’re big family people and love spending time with one another, it’s great! Unfortunately, not everyone is as fortunate as us to have both grandparents… Continue reading National Grandparents Day Photo Contest
After taking care of the twins all day, hustling on my startup, WeMontage, and grinding to make connections for this blog, I needed to fix dinner-something for the wife and me, and the kiddos, who are uber picky! I got inspired to cook chicken sausage with peppers and onions, with a twist. I’ve never made… Continue reading Easy Organic Sweet Italian Chicken Sausage With Peppers and Onions
I know, I know. Another 3 ways list thing?! Yep, sorry. As any stay at home parent entrepreneur will attest to, it’s challenging to get work done when you still gotta look after the kiddos. So here are three ways I think stay at home entrepreneurs can actually get work done while the kids are… Continue reading 3 Ways For Stay At Home Entrepreneurs To Work Efficiently When The Kids Are Awake
Starting Up Then Running Out of Cash It’s cliché to say being an entrepreneur is hard. Duh! I was fortunate enough to launch my company, WeMontage, after completing a tech accelerator in Wisconsin called gener8tor. And I was even luckier to raise investment capital, which gave me twelve months to try to get to product/market… Continue reading How I Became an Accidental Stay at Home Dad-Er-Entrepreneur
People are amazed I was able to get my “little tech startup, WeMontage, made in the Fox Valley of Wisconsin, featured on the TODAY Show, and most recently on NPR, and they ask, “How did you do that?” Conventional wisdom says a blog post needs to be titled “3 steps to…blah, blah, blah” in… Continue reading Luck and Hustle Matter
Hey hey! Why am I starting this blog when there are so many blogs out there already? Great question. Like so many people today, I recently chose to be an entrepreneur. Well, actually, I knew I was an entrepreneur since I was a kid, but I’ll get into all that some other… Continue reading Hello, Parent Entrepreneurs!