I love Kendra Scott. Her and her jewelry. Kendra is one inspiring woman, entrepreneur and mom. And, if you aren't familiar with her story, it's a good one. She started her jewelry business when she was a 19-year-old new mom with $500 in her spare bedroom and grew it into the billion-dollar company it is today. Kendra runs the business by the values of "Family, Fashion & Philanthropy," and believes firmly that family (her family and every employees') must come first. This resonates throughout the company along with giving back to the community. (To hear more from Kendra herself, watch my interview with her from a few ...Read more.
Author and entrepreneur Tracey Hecht grew up with a love of books and storytelling. It was only natural that she turned this passion into a career and, at the risk of sounding cliché, she truly loves her work. As a writer, Tracey has written, directed and produced for film. She’s also the creative director of Fabled Films Press, a children’s entertainment company in New York City. Her first critically-acclaimed middle grade series, The Nocturnals, was launched in 2016 with The Mysterious Abductions and chosen by the American Booksellers Association as a "Kids’ Indie Next List" pick. The ...Read more.
Robyn Tosick has always had an entrepreneurial spirit. And, she has an obvious passion for adventure and experiencing life to the fullest. Her latest business undertaking, OKIINO, merges her interests and skills together, plus gives Robyn more flexibility to focus on her nine-month-old son, Tanner. It’s an exciting time for this new mom on so many levels! Not to mention, OKIINO is poised to become the next big thing in the athleisure arena. Their land-to-sea, perfect-fit leggings are a must-try -- we are obsessed! Of course, we have secured a special 10% off discount for our readers -- simply enter MOMSTYLELAB at ...Read more.