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Posts Tagged ‘Fabienne Fredrickson’

One Million Entrepreneurs interviews Fabienne Fredrickson

Posted by Levine Communications Office on May 13, 2011



One Million Entrepreneurs interviews Fabienne Fredrickson

One Million Entrepreneurs: How do you unwind after a long day or week of juggling all of your family and business responsibilities?

Fabienne Fredrickson: The key is to winding down after a long day or a full week of work is to plan low key activities after a long period of working. In the evenings, I plan for easy-to-make meals. I recommend having a freezer stocked with healthy foods that are easy to make. In the morning, you can take out some individually frozen pieces of lean fish and frozen diced vegetables from the freezer and leave them in the fridge to thaw during the day while you work. At night, all you need to do is bake it with some seasonings, reheat or make a simple pot of rice, serve these with a simple tossed salad, and you’ve got dinner on the table in less than 20 minutes, healthy and without stress. On weekends, we make Friday night “pizza delivery night” and curl up on the sofa to watch a movie with the kids. It’s low key and family focused, and it doesn’t require any more juggling or responsibilities.

To continue reading go to – http://onemillionentrepreneurs.com/daily-must-reads/1646/balancin-life-as-a-mom-wife-and-ceo.html

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Brandmaker News interviews Fabienne Fredrickson

Posted by Levine Communications Office on May 13, 2011



Brandmaker News interviews Fabienne Fredrickson

Brandmaker News: What were some of the initial challenges you faced as you tried to balance motherhood and running your own business?

Fabienne Fredrickson: I’d had my own business for a few years before having a family. I was used to working whenever I wanted and setting my own hours. But when my first child arrived, I felt an enormous amount of guilt spending time on my business. I felt that I was stealing time from my infant daughter if I took time to market my business or when I was speaking to a client on the phone. At the same time, I felt conflicted, because I knew that I really enjoyed my work, that it brought me fulfillment but that I also needed to focus on my business if I wanted to continue having paying clients.

To continue reading go to – http://brandmakernews.com/features/how-to/5708/balance-life-mom-wife-ceo.html

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