Brianne Froeber is not only the mama maker behind The Nest of Craftiness, but she runs a small shop community group on Instagram and a stay-at-home mama to her sweet boy Elliot. This kind creative believes in community over competition and strives to support other female shop owners who are doing their best to build their business. Check out her Q&A to learn how this former Teacher’s Assistant changed her life around to support her dreams, all while being the best mom she can be for her family.Read More
Anamarie Dowaliby is not only a creative genius behind August + Stone Design Company, but she’s real, she’s raw and she’s open about how she handles the same situations we’re all dealing with. Check out her Q&A to learn more about how this mom of two’s untraditional path led her to creating one of Missoula’s best design agencies.Read More
If there’s one thing you NEED in motherhood it’s a tribe of other women who have your back. Nora Haidao has created just that in the San Diego area - a virtual one-stop shop for all things motherhood that also connects women in real time. Read our Q&A for a glimpse into how she stepped outside of her comfort zone to launch a thriving community that has empowered and connected moms all over the San Diego area.Read More
When we talk about women who are truly inspiring, Holly Bush is one of those who come to mind. Holly is the driving force behind The Bush Collective, where she’s combined her passions for travel, intentional living and parenting into one incredible virtual platform.
Learn more about Holly, how she balances travel and motherhood, and what her goals are for the future of Bush Collective.
When we talk about ‘being the good in the world’ it’s people like Danielle Vanderkeyl who come to mind. As a middle school art teacher, Danielle spends her days shaping the minds of our future leaders, and at night she’s running her shop Mae+Quin Handmade where she uses recycled materials to create high-quality leather goods for little ones. Learn more about Danielle, her shop, and her simple approach to balancing the maker lifestyle with being a mom, wife and teacher.Read More
When we talk about women supporting women in this small shop community, it’s people like Lindsay Devins-Towell who come to mind. Lindsay is the owner/maker of Hayva Kids Co., a small-batch jewelry and décor shop geared toward proving beautiful and sentimental pieces for women and girls. Get to know more about Lindsay, her shop, and how she balances the maker lifestyle with motherhood and family life.Read More