Buffalo Woman Needs Help Keeping Her Business Going
Running a business from home can be challenging enough, add young kids to the mix, now your almost looking at "mission impossible". According to WIVB, Shyana Broughton is trying to stay positive and keep smiling through some very tough times. Shayna's main focus is her three children and homeschooling during the pandemic.
Shyana Broughton was a teacher's aide until she lost her job, but she didn't let losing her job bring her down, she decided to start her own business as a doula. A doula is a person, typically a woman who is employed to provide guidance and support to a pregnant woman during labor. The business is called "Our Mommie Village."
Shyana's business was recently sidelined because she uses her laptop to communicate with her clients, and when her children's laptop that they use for their education was not functional, she allowed her young child to use hers to get the school work done. Now, of course, you know what happened next - a string of bad luck. Now, Shyana needs help getting a new laptop to keep her business going.
I literally walked away for a second and he spilled a smoothie all over it and broke the screen. I had to regroup I went straight up to my room and I had to apologize to his teachers because I got really frustrated.
said, Shyana Broughton according to WGRZ,
According to WGRZ, she has set up a GoFundMe page to help pay for her Laptop.
READ MORE: See 50 remote jobs that can pay well