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nized and make sure that my husband and daughter have healthy, organic and raw meals prepared for them so they eat together, and then I have dinner when I finish work,” she says. Mullen says that the rewards of teaching are immeasurable and that she’s honored to be a part of each student’s journey. But she admits that being a successful mompreneur takes diligence and preparation. “I work very hard,” she says. “But

“I am extremely well organized and make sure that my husband and daughter have healthy, organic and raw meals prepared for them so they eat together, and then I have dinner when I finish work.” – Courtney Mullen

I am blessed that my husband and I have a tremendous support system of friends and family. I think that before a mother considers branching out on her own, she needs a game plan in addition to a support network. There are no sick days when you own your own business, and the workday really never ends.” Setting boundaries is crucial for any mompreneur – and passion is, too, Mullen says. “I turn off my phone and com-

puter at 10 p.m., and that’s it until the next day,” she says. “On weekend nights, I make sure that I have dinner with my family to balance all the hard work I put in during the week. So my advice to any mom who wants to start her own business is to be sure it’s something you thoroughly enjoy and want to commit your life to. The opportunity to do what I love each and every day is as rewarding an experience as any I could hope for.” O SEPTEMBER 2015

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Boca Raton Observer Sep2015  

The Authority On Boca And Beyond

Boca Raton Observer Sep2015  

The Authority On Boca And Beyond