Join the Carnival

Welcome to the final edition of the Business Mums Blog Carnival for 2010.  A big thank you to Helen at for asking me to host the Carnival.

To kick off the carnival, Joanne Dewberry of Charlie Moos shares her top tips on creating a Facebook page. With 420 likes on her personal fan page and 1014 likes on her local business page, she definitely has the sort of Facebook business pages you want to study. She shares why you should keep the number of tabs on your fan page to 6. A very wise tip which never occurred to me.

Have you been struggling with running a blog? I mean a blog that you are proud of and sparks a fire in your readers? Then join Emma Wyatt  of Breadwinner Mummy on a journey which might help you discover your blogging niche even as she discovers hers.

Just starting up in business? Wondering how successful business mums juggle it all? Then, be sure to check out Ipshita Chatterjee’s top tips on running a business as a mother. Meanwhile, Sheila Sudlow, who runs a successful ecommerce business, encourages mums yet to take the plunge, to do so in her post about becoming a work from home business mum. Yet you will find it’s not all roses in a business mum’s life especially at the ‘best’ of times. Read about Emma Burford’s ‘event’ful week.

With 2011 on the horizon, the wedding season is upon us again. Candice Thomas of Cerendipity Events introduces us to the ethical wedding suppliers circle. She has recently taken the ethical wedding supplier pledge and you will also find a link to other ethical wedding suppliers via her blog.

You will love Donna Pinnell’s heart warming 12 days of Christmas special. Each day features the most gorgeous gifts and the blog posts all have a lovely poetic rhyme I would love to read my daughter. If your shopping is not yet done, be sure to stop by for stocking fillers and gifts for the kids.

Meanwhile, Naomi Richards, the kids coach, talks to us about spotting toxic friends and helping our kids identify what is important for them in a friendship. It’s a must read even if your children are still young. Remember, experience is not the kindest teacher.

On a final note, if you’re still struggling with getting it all together for Christmas then may I invite you read Kate Griffith’s post on how to set off a magical Christmas. Once you’re done, you will be ready to sign up for Networking Mummies workshop on how to kick start the New Year and boost your sales.

Don’t forget the Business Mums Blog Carnival goes live again in January 2011 on

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