Publisher’s Note

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1st Quarter 2019

Welcome to our Spring Issue of the Women’s Journal, and may the warm weather soon be upon us. I admit that I am not much of a cold weather person.

I noticed that last year I was telling everyone that my great-granddaughter was going to be born in May. Now Layla is trying to walk and laughs all the time. I have not spent as much time with her as I should have. Being a business owner sometimes means you wear way too many hats and are continually putting out fires. I have been very fortunate that in the last year my youngest daughter Heather has been taking over and assisting in many areas of the papers again. Plus, my granddaughter Emily has been working with me, which has been very much a blessing, since we get to spend more time together.

In March I attended a Women’s event in Dover, and I was so very impressed by all the strong, vibrant women that joined together for this event. Being a family that is mostly made up of women I thought how very blessed we are in this country that we as women have the opportunity to excel and work freely. Many of these women have not only furthered their education, but they have built strong women-owned businesses and managed to raise their families. If you have not heard of Women in Leadership Development and Empowerment, Inc. (WILDE) you are definitely missing a great opportunity to network and be educated at the same time. The Women’s Wellness and Business Conference is scheduled to return to Delaware on March 14, 2020. Email Info@wildeinc.org for opportunities to collaborate or become a sponsor. 

The Women’s Journal is distributed free of charge, sponsored by our contributors, and is available in medical buildings, hospitals, doctors’ offices, recreation centers, libraries, coffee shops, hair salons, supermarkets, and many other local businesses. Can’t put your hands on a copy? Just call us so we can help

    -Thank You, Pamela Rizzo, Publisher

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