Friday, February 10, 2012

Our Featured Mom, Mompreneur Mogul

Our Featured Mom today is Lisa Cash Hanson, also known as Mompreneur Mogul!

Lisa and her husband Chad live in Las Vegas with their beautiful daughter, Matilda.

Like many working women, once they  found out that they were having a baby decisions had to be made.  Lisa was working as a Singer/Impersonator, traveling all over the world. You can see some of her Vegas Show Videos Here!

With her hectic travel and work schedule and let's not forget those cute leopard costumes,  they knew she would have to make a change even before the baby arrived!

She describes, "I hung up my rhinestones and feather headdresses, and immediately went into savings mode."  She was blessed to work at her church during her pregnancy and they started to save for the baby's arrival.

Despite having their monthly income cut in half, they made it work. She was recently featured on Shine from Yahoo®, offering her great tips about "Living on 50% Less Cash"!

Yahoo Filming Lisa at her home in Las Vegas!
"Living on 50% Less", watch the video below!

Lisa currently is a stay at home mom, Successful Blogger, Freelance Writer, and Creator of a new baby product to be launched soon!  Her new book,"Get Famous-The Most Amazing Mom Blogger Resources on the Planet" will be available in 2012!  Below is the Trailer!

You can follow Lisa Cash Hanson, Mompreneur Mogul on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and on her Blog, Mompreneur Mogul! While you are on her blog don't forget to sign up for her Newsletter!

Many of us have had to make changes in our lives, whether the arrival of a darling new baby, loss of a job or even health issues.  How did you make ends meet?

Would love to hear some of your tips too!

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Not what we give,
But what we share,
For the gift
without the giver
Is bare.
~James Russell Lowell

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