APRIL IANNAZZONE, founder Mom’s Life Hacks
CEO of Growth & Profitability , Founder of the Self-Made Success School and Mom’s Life Hacks, is a highly acclaimed marketing strategist, and business mentor but her most important job is being there for her two amazing daughters, Makayla and Talia, and her husband Steve.
April has discovered the secrets to building a lucrative business around the family and lifestyle she loves and she’s passionate about helping other hard-working entrepreneurs and business owners do the same! She thrives on helping business owners scale their business for maximum growth an profits while positioning themselves as a top leader in their industry.
Our Fabulous Contributors
Bridgette is a wife and mom of 3 daughters. She is a recovering perfectionist who used to worry chronically, keep up with the Jones’ and feel guilty for taking time for herself. Eventually, the pressure of being perfect caused her to crack. She ended up having a breakdown, which led her to realize the importance of self-care, specifically for moms. Now, she helps women just like her to stop feeling guilty and to take their lives back. In turn, marriages, relationships and families are being healed. Bridgette is a former accountant who is now an advocate for mind, body, soul, and self.
Meet Megan, otherwise known as Little Miss List Maker. Her blog, littlemisslistmaker.com, is all about helping new bloggers find tips and tricks to help them find their groove in this crazy world of blogging. Her and her husband have been married for almost 7 years and they have a 4-year-old son Vincent, or Vin for short. She works full-time, and will be graduating from college in December with a Master’s in Human Resources Management. In her free time, she blogs, whenever that may be. She loves having 90’s sitcoms on in the background while she’s cleaning or blogging. And her guilty pleasure is listening to celebrity memoirs on audiobook in her car.
Casey Stone Philbrick
Casey Stone Philbrick is a mom of three children under five. She resides in South Florida, but loves to take her kids on adventures any chance she gets. Casey runs the Lifestyle and Travel blog Hunting for Rubies – her mission is to bring all the hidden treasures she finds to you!
Casey has traveled to 47 out of the 50 States, and Disney World probably as many times.She is a mom of Irish Twins, Hunter and Ruby, and now, Baby Logan. She loves to find the hidden gems in all that she does. Planning is a passion of hers, and she loves to share tips about Family Travel on her blog, Hunting for Rubies. She wants to inspire ideas for safe, sane and fun travel experiences when traveling with kids.
Sarah Newton has shared her innovative wisdom with millions who have tuned into her TV and Radio shows, followed her writing and listened to her unconventional talks. She has worked in youth empowerment for over 30 years, first as a police officer and then eventually running her own business, via a stint at Disney World in Florida. Star of ITV’s “My Teen’s A Nightmare, I’m Moving Out” and author of “Help! My Teenager is an Alien – the everyday situation guide for parents”, Sarah has just teamed up with her daughter to write a novel to help girls with their body image issues. She has also written for The Guardian, The Independent, The Huffington Post and the Daily Mail.
Tracie Rosales’ love of fashion and makeup was cultivated at an early age. She bribed her younger brother with money and candy to be her “face canvas”. Tracie enjoys being an integral part of her clienteles’ special days. She has provided her artistic services at The White House, NY Fashion Week, the Washington Mystics, and Google. She was named best makeup artist in Northern Virginia, included in the top 100 home based-businesses, and recognized as a business leader. She is also a national beauty blogger for Beauty Buzz Daily. Her makeup obsession is what drives her need to share and help others feel there best by customizing their beauty looks.
Former dancer and model Shavon Brown-Robinson, aka Shevvy Malibu, has a knack for wearing many hats. As a freelance internet and media analyst, she had a proven track record of corporate excellence that took her from Executive Assistant to CEO of her own company. She writes for numerous media outlets such as CBS, AXS.com and The Examiner, and chronicled her unique view on life, love and family in her blog “I Just Want to Be Superwoman”. She also hosts a weekly talk show, “Reality & Relationships” on YoPodner.com. This wife and mother of four just founded Boss Moms, a networking enterprise that supports women entrepreneurs and has taken another step towards building a media empire as Editor-in-Chief of BOSSY! Magazine.