Stay-at-Home Mom Makes Cover Story in USA Today, appears in New York City radio talk show WOR710, featured in Northwest Cable News and soon will be featured on NBC Nightly News!

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Krista Sweeney, a Redmond, Washington resident has left Corporate America to pursue her own dreams of owning & operating a business out of her home. Talks about her desire & reasons of making that decision in an article published by USA Today reporter Stephanie Armour in their May 4th edition.

Krista Sweeney of Redmond, WA was featured in a cover story in the USA Today newspaper's print publication and online version today. Krista was part of a piece that focused on moms who quit as offices scrap family-friendliness - employers cut back on flextime, job-sharing.

Krista will also be involved in a radio talk show interview this Saturday morning, May 8, 2004, on WOR710 in New York City to discuss the article & issue it covers. She will also be seen in a special segment with Northwest Cable News on May 6, 2004 and also on NBC Nightly News - date tba.

Krista founded a parenting resource website last July of 2003,, which offers a wide variety of resources, articles & chat forums to help moms around the world get connected, learn & share their stories of being a mom in today's society. "I was laid off 3 months ago from my job of 4 years with a regional RN publishing company due to downsizing. I made the decision to start my own business via the Internet, with not only the parenting site, but also providing healthcare benefits to the average American family ( and also providing health & beauty products for women & men of all ages (

"I was tired of the political woes, inflexibility & disloyalty of Corporate America and wanted to do something for myself for a change, being the one to raise my children and not someone else, while providing an income for myself and my family."

For more information on the parenting site & link to her appearance in the May 4th issue of USA Today, logon to

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