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At least, that's what one Brooklyn, New York, woman is banking on as she launches a new business venture. Nina Keneally, a year-old mom of two grown sons, moved to the Bushwick neighborhood two years ago.
Looking to share her expertise, Keneally came up with Need a Momwhere people can pay her by the hour to dispense motherly advice and encouragement. She paid for a sponsored post last week in the Bushwick Daily and has been bombarded with inquires ever since, Keneally said. She said her target customers are young adult professionals trying to make their way in the big city. Keneally -- who herself spent 30 years in theater production while raising her kids, being on the PTA, making Halloween costumes and attending Little League games -- said she "can understand their struggles as much as anyone my age can.
She's also interested in counseling young parents who may not have family around on how to manage their new role. Keneally's business got off to a slow start last week, she said, because she couldn't quite figure out how to create a website. One woman, she said, simply wants Keneally to sit with her while she cleans out her closet and offer "non-judgmental" advice on what to keep and what to toss. LOG IN. We'll notify you here with news about. Turn on desktop notifications for breaking stories about interest?
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