This week Cas talked to Janine Evans, owner of Sarah Lauren, which keeps crafter happy with her constant supply of beautiful ribbons. Janine talks about growing your hobby into a business and shares some valuable insights on what it means to be a WAHP.
This week Cas interviewed graphic designer, Natalie Souprounovich. Natalie shares her story of how she started her boutique design business after being made redundant, and her tips for working around family. Tell us a little about the person behind the business? I am a senior level designer with 15 years experience. My passion is designing […]
This week I interviewed Donna Hamer from Fanpage Competitions. Donna shares her inspiring story, awesome tips for WAHPs and her passion for helping small businesses use Facebook to grow their following and client-base.
Do you ever have days where you feel discouraged about the progress you’re making with your business? You know, those days where you’ve launched something new, and you check your email about 100 times that day to see if anyone’s emailed you about it, only to find your inbox empty? It might feel like you’re […]
This morning, I woke up feeling nervous because I have a webinar to host tonight and last I checked, 91 businesses had signed up to join in. Maybe to some of you that doesn’t sound like a lot but it’s the most I’ve ever had sign up for a single webinar. I had this moment of self doubt after reading a blog post about the Problogger Conference. I thought, “Wow, who the heck am I to host a webinar on business blogging anyway?” Then the thought occurred to me, “who am I not to?” So, for the next time you find yourself thinking the same thing, here’s something you can print out and stick on your office wall, your kitchen fridge or bathroom mirror.
This week Cas caught up with new mumpreneur Sue Kennedy, who’s started out a new venture to support other parents through her new business Momami.
Jenna-rae McWatters from online boutique Lexi & Lily talks to Cas McCullough about being organised, Facebook ads and finding your “spark”.
You may not know this, but Support a Home Based has been a bit of a problem child for me. I inherited this business from another entrepreneurial mum, two years ago. At the time I thought it would be a great source of passive income to complement my local startup business, Mumatopia and I loved being […]