by guest blogger, Amy Collett (Photo via Pexels) Making the decision to start your own home-based business is an exciting one. Whether your business will function as a side hustle or as your primary career, owning a small business gives you the opportunity to routinely do what you love. For many professional women, there isContinue reading “Before Launching Your Own Home-Based, Woman-Owned Business, Follow These Essential Steps”
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This is a reprint (with permission) from our member, Louise Sattler. Please read the entire article here I take matters of safety seriously. Especially when it comes to the safety of our children in schools. Thus, I have compiled some resources and tips for you to pass on to your children – including thoseContinue reading “Tips for Arriving to School Safely (reprint)”
Friday-9/7 Saturday-9/8 & Sunday-9/9 BCBC & Guests Fri-5pm-9pm Sat-11am-11pm Sun-12pm-8pm 36th ANNUAL LOMITA FAIR – St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church—25511 Eshelman Avenue, Lomita, CA 90717. Fun and Safe evening for the whole family. Linda Benecke/Damsel and Lori McConnaha/Mary Kay are sharing a table/tent area. Tuesdays Sept 11th – Oct 30th BCBC & Guests 9-10am & 6-7pmContinue reading “Upcoming events with our BCBC members- FALL 2018”
Joy Daunis believes you always need to hone your craft! That is why she continues to take classes at This month she was selected by Paul’s Photography Studio as STUDENT OF THE MONTH. Here is an example of her photography skills extraordinaire!
by Lynn Cardarelli It seemed that it was a typical day. But, it wasn’t. March 8, 2016 at 10 in the morning would start off being the worst of worst days. My name is Lynn Cardarelli and among other hats I wear, I am an insurance agent. When you work in this profession you knowContinue reading “Long Journey in to the “Stroke World” Sans Enough Insurance”
Are you ready for 2017? Is your business plan prepared for the New Year? Have you thought of your 3-6-12 month goals to help keep your business growing or jumpstarting a business that may be floundering.
Here are some suggestions to help you gear up for when the calendar goes from 16 to 17!
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Here is a PSA video that is produced by DAMSEL in DEFENSE and brought to our attention by their representative, Linda Benecke of Damsel Pro Gal.
Please take time to discuss the tough issues spotlighted in this video with your loved ones.
Learning through personal experience of body fatigue and sickness by not giving the body its most important nutrient, water, we go into dehydration. When the body dehydrates, even just a little, it’s like letting parts of our brain dry up. Dehydration dulls our alertness, lowers our energy, allows toxins to build, and slows our metabolism.