Caring for Caregivers
Jill Armijo has been a physical therapist assistant for almost 30 years. About 5 years ago she found herself in a wheelchair, overweight, arthritic and unable to bear any weight on one of her feet at all. Her physical condition was a result of not taking care of herself emotionally. She had devoted all her time and energy to working, taking care of her children, and being the primary caregiver to her husband, who is unable to work due to physical and mental illness. She decided to find a job she could do sitting down because of her physical restrictions, so she went to health coach school and learned how to be a health coach. It was at this school that she learned to lose weight, got rid of her arthritis and got back out of the wheelchair. She now runs miles, does Yoga, and lifts weights for exercise, without any pain. Read More
Have you noticed lots of new small-scale businesses popping up since quarantine began? We noticed that trend, too. So we spoke to three brand new business owners about what it’s like to start a business during quarantine, and how they logistically get it all done.
Grantsville Woman Business Owner Awarded Wendy J. English Grant For Growth
SALT LAKE CITY (May 27, 2020) – Today, during the fifth annual Women’s Entrepreneurial Conference (WEC) $21,250 in grants were announced with the top, Wendy J. English Grant For Growth of $5,000 awarded to Kathy Anderson, owner of Little Apple’s Child Care Center in Granstville. Read More
The times of the coronavirus pose immediate threats to the small business world. Given the economic gravity of this situation and the outstanding backlash the virus will have on the small business sector, the government has approved its largest stimulus package to date. As a part of the $2 trillion dollar stimulus package (CARES Act), over $350 billion dollars has been designated by congress to small businesses. As a small business owner, here is what you need to know: Read More