Monday, June 9, 2008

Welcome to SuperWAHMz 2.0

Welcome to SuperWAHMZ.com 2.0. Our newly relaunched blog. We have decided that rather than transfer almost 5 years worth of posts from our previous host, we would simply start over.

We KNOW that success doesn’t come easy. We’ve each struggled to make a difference in our own lives, the lives of our families and those around us. Along the road, we’ve discovered that success isn’t a monetary value. It’s the feeling of self-satisifaction that comes from making something out of nothing.

This site isn’t about get rich quick schemes. You won’t make a million bucks by following the advice of the SuperWAHMZ. But, you may find something interesting that will help YOU to redefine success in your own mom-owned business, or your life.

Just who do these SuperWAHMz think they are? We are work at home mothers. We each own and operate successful businesses. Each has found the American dream behind the doors of their own homes. Our group includes artists, manufacturers, and executives.

Our current board of successful WAHMs includes:

Peggy Schafer Vincent, Owner
Comfy Cozy, Inc. ~ Glowfx Designs
“I feel privileged to be among a group of women that run successful businesses without sacrificing their dedication to their families. Plus, being a superwahm, means I can walk out of my office and into the yard to play with my kids or de-stress by pulling weeds in my garden!”


Lynn Korff, Owner
Korff Ceramic Originals
“People don’t realize running your own business at home causes a lot of stress. On top of business issues, there are family issues, school issues *and* a house to try and keep clean. My superwahmz buddies understand all of this and don’t care if my house is clean or if I am showered or even if I am still in my jammies. They give me support no matter what and I love them for that.”

*Lynn is the founder of both SuperWAHMZ and http://mompack.com/.


Diane Long, Owner
D’s Stitcheree
“I love being a superWAHM. Family has always been my priority. To be able to be a “hands on mom” and successful business woman is more than I could have ever hoped for. I am blessed to have such wonderful girlfriends who know and understand exactly my day in day out joys and dilemmas.”

Kandas Nesbitt-Rodarte, CEO
Wood Designs, Inc.
“Working at home can be lonely. I have been doing it for over six years. The only people hanging out by the watercooler are my daughter and the cat. Finding a network of friends that understand my frustrations and share my triumphs was the greatest gift. I urge any woman who works at home to befriend other WAHMs. Those friendships will be your lifesaver when you are drowning and your launching pad when you are ready to fly.”

Hedy Laverdiere, Owner
Rocket Launchers
“Being a Superwahm has been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life, allowing me to stay home during the most important years of my children’s (and my own!) lives, as well as developing friendships I hold dear. There is a kinship between Superwahmz that is like no other – a fellowship my “physical” family and friends couldn’t fill – my Superwahmz truly understand the joys, the sorrows, the trials, and the triumphs of being a Wahm.”

London Edwards, owner
Goodness Grace
“There’s a sisterhood among us women business owners that is so powerful it makes you feel as though you can accomplish anything. There’s nothing that brings joy to me more than sharing my knowledge with other women. If I have found something to be successful, I want everyone to be successful. These women I have surrounded myself with share this philosophy and there are few women that I’ve met who don’t. These women make me who I am today and they each have a hand in the success of my company. I’m proud to be a part of this sisterhood! Men have it all backwards, as usual. LOL!”

Noelle Leonard, Owner
Cabin Fever Primitives
“One of the biggest reasons I chose to start my own home-based business was to have the privilege to always be there for my children. When you are a one-woman-show, the demands of a successful business can be quite overwhelming at times. Learning to juggle every day mom stuff along with a 40+ hour a work week is a constant struggle. Living where you work is not easy. Keeping a balance is the key. Being a part of SuperWahmz has been a blessing. Being able to network with other moms with busy personal lives and successful home based businesses has been a blessing in my life. I’m proud to call these women my friends.”

Kathie Wooley, Owner
Dezignspot Web Design


Previous board members:

Alicia Infanti, Owner
Alicia’s Joy

Kathy Alexander

Melanie Stair, Owner
Sew Personalized Gifts

Sherri Yukel, Owner
Simply-Stuff.com, LLC

Rita Turkowsk, Founder
Kinderbibbles

6 comments:

Lynn - the piggy bank painter said...

Eeeew, I hate my picture. Can I send you a different one? Pleeease?

Kandas said...

Woman! You are an admin, change it yourself. Sheesh. :)~

Lynn - the piggy bank painter said...

It won't let me edit a post I didn't write : (

Kandas - Custom Furniture Consultant said...

That's a much better picture. You look sexy!

Stitchen said...

Thanks for setting up the new blog Kandas. As I have always said.... you ARE the Queen.
Love you, D

Lynn - the piggy bank painter said...

So now we can be sexy superwahmz! Woohoo!