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It’s always struck me that starting new business seems to involve sacrifices and hardships along the way. Successful entrepreneurs boast of sleeping on couches, eating leftover pizza slices and running an office out of a two car garage. That’s all very well and good but when you are accompanied in life by little dependents that require more than cold takeaways to get by it becomes a little more difficult to buckle down and bootstrap your way to business success. Plus there is also that not too insignificant matter of time. As a new mum, I’m having a hard time figuring out just how to stay sane let alone creating a business entity on the side. Yet somehow, some mum’s do it and they do an incredible job of it. In this issue Jodyanne Kirkwood looks at mums who have and are doing just that. These mumpreneurs are not only the famous ones like Victoria Beckham and Jessica Alba but every day New Zealand women who do not let being a mum stop them from achieving their dreams. And when you think about it, what better way to teach your children about what is possible than by example.