Everyone is entrepreneurial these days: prototyping and making MVPs, building out innovation programs, corporations hiring professional full-time EIRs and while some companies face massive layoffs and restructures, the entrepreneurial spirit has caught on to almost all corporate cultures but in true American form the real entrepreneur starts at home and for Laura Fuentes that's in the kitchen.
Don't those pictures drive you nuts? You know the ones. You see them in the movies, on social media, in advertisements: Photographs of families who seem perfectly put together, never a hair out of place.But those of us in the trenches know what parenting looks like in reality. You're running around getting the kids ready for school in the morning. You're lucky if you can change out of your pajamas before dropping your son off at 2nd grade and taking your two younger ones to swim lessons. Coffee is a food group, and your one magical wish is that the sink full of dirty dishes will somehow disappear by the time you get home.