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Where Sophia Amoruso’s #GirlBoss left off for young millennials breaking into the business world Nicole Feliciano, author of Mom Boss, picks up and continues the mission for all the entrepreneurial moms out there.

In her book debut, Mom Boss: Balancing Entrepreneurship, Kids & Success (Mango Media; Distributed by Mango; September 2016; $16.95; Paperback Original; ISBN: 9781633533943), featuring a Foreword by Kimberly Inskeep, the President and Chief Culture Officer of Cabi, the largest women’s apparel company which sells solely through Independent Stylists, Feliciano proves that being successful isn’t about degrees or sacrifices, it’s about balance and power. It’s where instinct meets intelligence. Every mom has it in her to be a badass business woman. Nicole Feliciano charts the course for building a successful career without sacrificing being a great mom.

Equal parts instructional and inspirational, Mom Boss, will give women a road map to a successful start-up. In addition to sharing the secret sauce to Nicole’s success, Mom Boss also has management tips from some of the nation’s top female entrepreneurs including one of the nation’s top Rodan + Fields salespeople, Co-Founder of, Founding Partner of Moxie Capital, Co-Founders of and many more. If you’ve ever dreamed of launching your own business after the kids arrive, this book will become your go-to guide.


POWER PANEL, January 19th, 2016 11-2pm

Mom Boss book will be feature by Mom Time Events
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Darien Women Entrepreneurs, January 24th, 2017 7pm Darien, CT

Mom Boss book will be featured in a night of business inspiration for female founders.
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ASJA Conference, May 5-6, 2017 NYC, NY

How to Get Noticed on Social Media: Nicole Feliciano, author of Mom Boss will be featured in a night of business inspiration for female founders. Two days of education, connections;  tips, tricks and strategic moves from seasoned journalists and authors, plus top social media and website experts, pr pros, editors, agents, content buyers, and more.
LOCATION: Roosevelt Hotel, New York City
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Connect Her Conference

ConnectHer Conference, August 5-6th 2017

Nicole Feliciano presents the keynote at ConnectHER Media Conference, an invitation-only event for Influencers, Brands, PR, Marketing and Entrepreneurs. This unique and exclusive event is designed to deliver rich content and facilitate direct interaction for those in attendance.

More winter dates coming soon!

In addition to live events, there will be a Mom Boss book podcast tour too. Want to get Nicole at your store or to speak at your company Contact


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Book Signing & Panel, September 29th, 2016 7-9pm JCC Baltimore

Book Signing & Panel, September 30th, 2016 Barnes & Noble Tyson’s Corner, VA

Mom Boss Signing, October 1st, 2016 12-2pm Annapolis Bookstore, Maryland

Mom Boss Sip, Shop & Sign, October 1st, 2016 4-6pm Ellen Allen Annapolis, MD

Mom Boss Sip, Shop & Sign, October 4th, 2016 6-8pm Old Greenwich, CT

Mom Boss Book Signing & Panel, October 12th, 2016 6:30-9pm Coral Gables, FL

Mom Boss Book Signing, October 14th, 2016 7-9pm Santa Clara

Book Signing & Shopping Event, October 15th, 2016 3-5:00pm San Francisco

Mom Boss Book Signing, October 16th, 2016 TIME 7pm Corte Madera

Women Entrepreneurs Rock, October 17th, 2016 Asbury Park, NJ

Book Signing and Shopping, October 19th, 2016 Athelta Soho 6:30-9pm

Book Signing & Power Mom Panel, November 1st, 2016 6-8pm Watchung Booksellers

Blushington Influencer Event, November 4th, 2016

LA Baby Show, November 5th, 2016

Book Signing, November 9th, 2016 10-1pm Short Hills Mall

Book Signing & Power Panel, November 11th, 2016 7-9pm Austin, TX

Book Lunch,  Wednesday November 16th, 2016 11-2pm

Work Hard. Dream Big Conference, November 17th, 2016 10:30-2pm NYC

Book Signing, November 21st, 2016 7pm Denver


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Spring Training for Families

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Getting kids moving isn’t as easy as it used to be. That’s what I mean when I bring up spring training for families–ways to get the entire family into healthy habits. Spring is a great time to put some new ideas into motion to encourage more family time and more time outdoors.

I’m hesitant to add more things onto my already packed calendar. My ideas aren’t to sign your kids up for more classes and to add expense and schedule stress–these ideas are family fun and easy to put into place, most of the “spring training” can happen on weekends and won’t cost you ANY money.

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Spring Training for Families: Five Healthy Tips

Plan a hike/campout: I’m not talking about hiking the Appalachian Trail (but good for you if you take that one, I’m talking about looking into the local trails right in your neighborhood. Scout out a nature walk in your city or town and set out for an adventure. They key is the enticement of the tent on the other end of the hike. Did you know that outfitters like REI will rent you a tent for a weekend? For city parents or parents trying to cut down on STUFF this is key. You get the fun of tent camping in your yard (or on your roof in our case) without having to buy a tent. We recently did this at my brother’s house in Northern Virginia and it was a HUGE hit.

Jump rope or hula hoop: Lots of exercise feels and looks too much like work for little kids. Not so with these two easy toys. I keep a hula hoop and jump ropes on hand for all our trips to the park. It’s amazing the games the kids can think up with these two classic toys. The best part? Watching grown-ups get in on the fun. I dare you to NOT giggle when you give a hula hoop a whirl.

Ride your bikes: This is a time-old tradition. Getting the bikes out and finding a flat tire. This weekend give the bikes a good once over and pump up the tires and then join the kids for a spin. In Brooklyn, we have a great waterfront path that’s wide and safe. Plus I don’t have to keep adult bikes in the city. Citibike solves that problem (hourly/daily bike rentals). If you are traveling to a city with a bike rental, plan a day on wheels. Here’s a list of 10 cities with bikeshare programs.

Sign up for a 5K: This might be my most ambitious plan I’ve put into motion this spring. I signed the family up for a springtime 5K in Brooklyn. While we might not all end up running the whole 3.1 miles, we are training with that as a goal. Guess what? It’s really gotten us moving. I’ve figured out the way to get my tween into running, now I am working with my grade-schooler. I tell my 9 year old stories as we run and then break up the training into mini-sessions. Find a race near you using the race finder. Many even have 1mile options for really little kids. You might even pick a cause and raise some money along the way.

Eat outdoors: Sure, I love a picnic as much as the next guy, but it’s also my secret weapon to getting my kids to move. Picnics involve walking to scenic spots (or in our case walking up the stairs to take in the view) and they also involve portion control. There’s no extra snacking involved with a picnic–if you didn’t pack it, it can’t get eaten. I find I have tremendous success getting my kids to eat salad and veggies in an outdoor setting. Turns out, broccoli is more fun to eat on a blanket. Who knew? Another tip for keeping the kids on the right track is including Align Jr. in the routine to help promote their digestive health.*

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Spring Training for Families--ideas to get your family moving including ways to improve gut health


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