Have Your Vision Board Dreams Come True?

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Vision Board Party - SAHM QsAs a mother who -for whatever reason- has made the decision to not work outside the home full-time, you’ve likely encountered these questions, right?

I have been blessed to have some absolutely phenomenal business women in my life, many of whom I’m also privileged to call my friends.  Take Joyce Brewer, who showed us how to jumpstart your small business.  She’s also the brains behind the success of MommyTalkShow.com – and now she’s teamed up with a few other equally powerful women to offer an Atlanta Vision Board Party.Atlanta Vision Board Party

This is an amazing opportunity for all Atlanta WAHMS & SAHMS.  This event will have the fun of a girls’ night out, but the benefit of a conference, all at a very affordable price!  It’ll be an evening of light bites and mocktails, while you create your vision board.  So secure a babysitter and purchase your ticket, or better yet, grab a group of your girlfriends, and enjoy a discount when you purchase a group of four tickets!

 

October 17, 2015,
4-7 pm

First Alliance Church – Fellowship Hall
2512 North Druid Hills Road Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30329

$20/ticket
OR
$60 for a group of 4 <—best deal!
Purchase your tickets here!
 

Join the October 14th Twitter Party and also join the Facebook event for the Vision Board Party if you’d like to stay up to date.

The ladies behind this event:

Joyce Brewer is the creator & host of MommyTalkShow.com. The Emmy award-
winning journalist has appeared on CNN, HLN TV and the Huffingtonpost LIVE for her opinions on parenting. She’s a married mom with a 5-­year-­old son who is her co­host on videos. Joyce wrote Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms.

Bernetta Knighten is a lifestyle correspondent and beauty blogger at BernettaStyle.com. Bernetta is a married mom of three.

Anita Rajendra is a former marketing executive at The World of Coca-­Cola and General Motors. The married mom of three is launching an ecommerce company this fall.

MaryBeth Reeves is a married mom of quadruplet daughters. MaryBeth is also featured in Joyce’s ebook, Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms and the two were profiled on Good Day Atlanta in 2011. MaryBeth is a former trainer in the hotel industry who creates custom photobooks through her company, Porch Swing Publishing.

Think you’ll make it?  Got questions about a vision board party?  Comment below!

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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