Barbara is an attorney and owner of the Center for Health and Wellness Law, LLC, a law firm dedicated to improving legal access and compliance for the health and wellness industries. She is also the founder of Pursesuitz, LLC, a mission-based fashion company featuring the Pocketwear Tank and that promotes gender equality. Finally, she is founder of Lemonspark, a movement and podcast celebrating the sparks that lead people to meaningful pursuits after experiencing life’s lemons.
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Health & Wellness Law
Health and wellness law is a specialized area of legal practice that focuses on laws and regulations that apply specifically to health and wellness professionals, alternative healthcare providers and wellness companies.
Lemonspark aims to serve as the community for sharing stories from people who have found “Flow,” or “Meaning” from life’s lemons and now live a full and live a purposeful and fulfilling life. If you are experiencing a lemon in life, tune into the Lemonspark podcast for hope, inspiration and a sense of belonging.
Women’s clothing lacks functional pockets because of gender discrimination. Centuries ago, it was decided that women’s clothes did not need pockets because women did not earn money and should not venture out. If they did go out, their husbands could carry their most essential items.
The Tug: Finding Purpose and Joy through Entrepreneurship
Do you ever find yourself questioning your current job circumstances because you feel unfulfilled and wonder if you were meant for another path? Do you have a business idea, but have no idea whether and how to start? If you answered “Yes” to either of these questions, this book is for you. The Tug leads you through the very early stages of entrepreneurship through the eyes of someone going through it herself. The book takes you from your idea, or how to even formulate an idea, to the beginning of the footpath where you can begin implementing that idea. The Tug includes information on whether and how to form a legal entity, conduct market research, find funding, creating a prototype, hiring help, and selling your idea. To help illustrate these steps, the author uses her own business concepts, which include both product-based and service-based businesses. By the end of the book, you will feel inspired and empowered to move forward with your idea and join the thriving community of entrepreneurs, at your own pace and with your own definition of success.