Not all of us have a happy childhood memories to ponder. By saying this you can guess I had the opposite.  Yes, and I don’t blame my parents. I blame nobody.  I took the challenge to another level. At my young age I decided to fight and strive for more despite the withheld privileges.

This page will discuss the little efforts of mine, as I struggled to fight poverty; my interpretation of “entrepreneurship”  as a child, and as a single mother.

I intend to share my innovations; some are food products that I created which  landed on my customers’ tables (they kept buying after the first try), or my arts – my handmade crafts that I know were placed on my customers’ doors or walls and my other business ventures that have served many (and they say they enjoyed it).


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