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Austin From Scratch: An Interview with Shay Spaniola, Founder of bunglo

Austin From Scratch is our favorite series on the blog and involves Owen (age 8) and Malia (age 6) interviewing local entrepreneurs who have created a thriving business here in the heart of Texas.  For this session, we sat down with Shay Spaniola, Founder of  bunglo.  We chose bunglo after Shay visited our (Buddy Bars) booth at HOPE Farmers Market and shared some fun stories about having her own business as a child.  We hope you enjoy!

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Austin From Scratch: An Interview with Abby Nagler, Founder of The Little Yoga House

Austin From Scratch is our favorite series on the blog and involves Owen (age 8) and Malia (age 5) interviewing local entrepreneurs who have created a thriving business here in the heart of Texas.  For this session, we sat down with Abby Nagler, Founder of  The Little Yoga House.  The kids chose Abby and The Little Yoga House because it’s their favorite place to do tree, child and coyote (yes, coyote) pose.  Oww oww owwww! Read more

Austin From Scratch: An Interview with Matt Shook, Founder of JuiceLand

Austin From Scratch is our favorite series on the blog and involves Owen (age 7) and Malia (age 5) interviewing local entrepreneurs who have created a thriving business here in the heart of Texas.  For this session, we sat down with Matt Shook, the Founder of JuiceLand.  We selected JuiceLand simply because they make the best smoothies and juices in the galaxy and they’re also a cool part of Austin’s health conscious culture. Read more

The Bottom Line: August, 2012

The Bottom Line is a series that was first introduced on the Shafer…Power! blog in April, 2012.  Whereas the business definition of bottom line is “the line in a financial statement that shows net income or loss,” here we do a brief recap of our progress toward our goals.  Since “Earn Some Spare Change” is our fourth goal, we’ll provide an update on our actual bottom line as well. Read more

AdVentures with Hey Cupcake!

Welcome to AdVentures!  In this series, we’ll take a closer look at our family’s entrepreneurial venture of the month.  In past months, we’ve hosted a taco wagon, a coffee stand and made and sold homemade chocolate bars.  For August’s event, we were fortunate to partner with a local favorite, Hey Cupcake!, to learn about making great cupcakes.  As with all AdVentures, the goal is to have some fun with the kids and learn more about entrepreneurism. Read more