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Mompreneurs are on the Move!

By Christa Louw    More and more moms are starting their own businesses at home and loving it. Today’s technology makes it so easy to start a business, share ideas, and market/advertise a small business than ever dreamed possible just 20 years ago. We call these innovative women “mompreneurs” because they are moms working for themselves, and doing a darn …

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I Love You…

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  When was the last time you hugged your daughter or your son and said “I Love You”? How often do you do this? Have you recently praised your children? Do you encourage them and make them feel special? When was the last time you sat as a family and had a meaningful conversation? Did you kiss your son or …

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Top 10 Mummy Blogs

This week we list the Top 10 Mummy Bloggers in the Middle East – a diverse set of women offering us a glimpse into the touching, humorous and often hectic aspects of motherhood. Our blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content, reader engagement and post frequency. 1. Mum of Boys British expat Louise Emma Clarke started Mum of Boys in 2014, going on …

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When Mothers Become Breadwinners

By Mohammed Abdul Jawad A job opportunity—whether it’s an optimal or on the average—for a married woman is always a second thought. Being hooked up in wedlock, and taking up the helm of both domestic and external world is simply painful burden. To be thoroughly loving better half (a person’s wife) at home, a caring mother to her kids, and …

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Mothers & Entrepreneurs: Mumpreneurs who’ve made millions

By Annemarie Robson – International Editor – Middle East Business News & Magazine Source http://middleeast-business.com/     With all the options a connected world offers us, many of us manage to work from home, from our kitchen table, or even whilst doing the weekly grocery shop. Perhaps something about the home environment sparks “mumpreneurs” creativity – it may come from a …

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The Gift of Motherhood

By Mira Khatib   At three in the morning with a small suitcase in her hand, nine months pregnant Noha climbed over snow-drifts on the arm of  her husband as he frantically tried to flag down a taxi whose driver took one look at them and said, “I’m not going to the airport, “I’m not either!” Noha yelled back. That …

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