Kathryn Smith

Kathryn Smith is a writer, registered nurse and mompreneur with extensive experience in the healthcare, public policy and travel and tourism spheres. She grew up in Tokyo, Japan, where her first job as a sixteen-year-old was teaching English to homemakers and businessmen. She lives in Portland, Maine with her husband and son, Pascal.

78 articles

Why Coworking Spaces Might Make Sense for Mompreneurs

Coworking spaces are springing up around the country offering a diverse range of services and membership options for Mompreneurs and beyond.

5 Ways to Make Sustainability Actually Sustainable in Your Home

In this week's edition of Mompreneur, we bring you five ways to realistically introduce sustainability into your life choices and your household.

How This Mompreneur Balances Art and Family

Instagram gets it right when it suggests Citizen Parlor as someone I should get to know. After scrolling through the varied and beautiful images, I realize I’ve stumbled into a virtual gallery of carefully curated fine art photographs. I click over to the Citizen Parlor website and realize that I’d met Olivia Mulvey Morawiecki, the […]

What is a Help Bank? (And Why You Might Want One)

In our new column for working moms, Mompreneur, we check out the benefits of a help bank-- and why all parents might want one.

Meal Kit Services to Make Life Easier for Working Moms

This week's Mompreneur article covers the best meal prep services for working moms. Don't choose between work and family dinner-- do both!

Here Are the Apps Working Moms Swear By

The third article of our Mompreneur column will cover the best mom apps for management and more. Here are the top apps working mothers swear by.

How to Make the Most of Maternity Leave

How to make the most of maternity leave is different for everyone, but some things are universal. Here's how to optimize precious time and family opportunities.

Surviving Cold and Flu Season (At Home and In The Workplace)

The first article of our new "Mompreneur" series, we tackle how to survive cold and flu season as a working mother (with limited sick days).