We're Making History!
Dear Pommos and Pommo Supporters,
Together we have created a new business community, and a new model for which all work-at-home parents can succeed. You have helped to redefine the standards by which we work and which has allowed us to give priority to our children.
It's been quite a journey, but there is new one about to begin. The world has just begun to take notice of our little community of big hearts, and because of this, we have been given some new opportunities for several exciting projects already in the works. I am not able to share the details with you until a later time but I hope you trust me when I tell you that very soon you will all be rewarded for your generous efforts and your commitment to the community. Those that are not members, we thank you for supporting our mission and allowing our small businesses to serve you.
You have all contributed to the new economic growth that is sweeping the nation, and we are excited to continue this journey with you.
"My milk money pays for... my grandbabies."
Chris Loprete, creator of The Daddy's Den, is back! Read how Chris successfully defines the rules of 'today' in
his new blog: "The 21st Century Guide To The Good Wife." Oh how he makes us laugh! Don't
forget to leave us a comment and tell us what you think! Read
"My milk money pays for... any way I can spoil my diva, Sabrina."
This month's guest blogger is our own Mona Colwell, OMM Director of PR. Mona is a work at home mom with 15 years of direct sales experience. In addition to raising her three children and maintaining a leadership position with her organization, Mona has created a company for her almost famous husband, Emerson, and his children's books.
Meet Liz Carpenter, Producer of This Little Parent Stayed Home Radio Show
Elizabeth Carpenter, first and foremost, is a wife and mother. She got
married 4 years ago and had her 1st child in February 2009. For the
past 16 years, Elizabeth has worked for Costco Wholesale, the last 10
of which have been spent in pharmaceuticals.
"My milk money pays for... a little boy Griffin who is almost a year old and doesn't like to sleep."
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money pays for... college for my children"
April 2010 Member Spotlight - Danny Villar
business is a very small home based business. It started at the
beginning of 2009. Like any other business, I had a great idea :) I
thought by creating a custom protective case to secure your Bluetooth
hands free devices, it will not only protect those sometimes pricey ear
pieces, but also keep it from getting lost. Read more...
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