Work from Home like a Mother :: Momfessions Podcast :: Episode 78


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We were working from home before it was cool . . . or necessary because of a pandemic. Listen in as Beth, Emily, and special guest Stephanie Flies, the director and founder of City Mom Collective, talk about the ins and outs and pros and cons of that work-from-home life.

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Stephanie Flies is the founder and director of City Mom CollectiveStephanie is the founder and director of City Mom Collective; growing the network after founding its original site, Scottsdale Moms Blog, in 2009. Now living in the greater Minneapolis area, she oversees the national network by spearheading growth strategies, sales initiatives, and shepherding and encouraging an ever-increasing number of moms managing individual local parenting websites. She is married to Alan and is mom to three little girls, Nora, Elsie, and Audrey. She loves throwing a great party, connecting people, and cooking with a glass of red wine in hand. If you are interested in learning more about starting a site in your city, please use the form via the City Mom Collective website.

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