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When I launched my blog Two Worlds One Chica “The Hispanic-American life of a successful mompreneur” in 2011. I wanted to share my life and the many things I do on a daily basis to run a business, to be a loving mother, and to have some time to pamper myself, and my husband. Living as a successful “mompreneur” in the United States, is not an easy task. It is an everyday learning process. It is a journey I have been industriously working hard at, especially now that I have two children.

Photo by Sandro Gomez Photography

Evelyn Brooks with her two kids Tyler & Stella Rose

To those of you with one or more children, or no children at all, and wondering (because I also asked myself the same question), how do you do it?  Even better how do I do it? You know what? You JUST DO IT!  I have met so many women and men who have inspired me to continue doing what I do, to continue dreaming bigger and bigger. To dream large rather than small in accomplishing my goals.

mujerestrabajoSometimes, I still try to find answers to many things for my business, for, how to link square application to my quickbooks or simply how to link my Linked-in account to my Facebook.  Other questions such as “what is the best education for my child, public or private? Or should I put my children in activities everyday? In my native country Peru, that is a simple answer. In my former country our activities as kids was just simply to go to the park across from the house and climb trees or simply play.  That is not possible in such a heavily congested metropolis where childrens’ safety is a major concern, right?

I digress from my point. Through my blog I share how a “mompreneur” survives living in the United States as I am trying hard to keep my traditions alive within my children and making them understand that they can cherish and love both countries their parents have come from.

Peru 2013

On the other hand, through my blog I share jewelry designs and interesting subjects that are of helpful and fascinating for other entrepreneurs and mompreneurs.  More importantly these subjects can also help other women and men who are in the industry looking for answers. I believe this has been the instrumental key to the success of my blog. Also, I have learned to communicate with my audience in an open candid manner.  I speak from my heart and with honesty.

Truly, this has been a blessing that as a blogger I have also been able to connect with other women and men “mompreneurs” who are out there working hard, raising children and still trying to find balance in their lives.


My commitment to my readers is to continue bringing interesting subjects that motivate them coming back for more and finding helpful tips for success.

Let’s celebrate together and spread the word about Evelyn Brooks Designs;) Thank you for sharing your time with me.


Evelyn Brooks Designs

What is the AmericasMart? Those in the trade business look for premier trade shows in the United States to launch their businesses, to introduce a new product, to preset your jewelry line, baby line, furniture, etc, etc.

The Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market is one of the largest wholesale home and gift shows in the world with hundreds of thousands of buyers and sellers in attendance.

Let’s be honest, though. Things have changed and I have heard this many times. Nothing is like in the old days. Where buyers will come in and buy on the spot or place a large order right away. Especially for new comers like me. The amount of buyers that used to come aren’t visiting nowadays. I have spoke to some buyers and they had to reduce their travel expenses and some had to reduce the trade shows they go to.   Buyers need to see my product perhaps two, three times before they are sure about me as a company. Don’t get me wrong, you will write orders during the show. But not as many as those who have been doing the show since 1957 or those who have been in business for over 20 years.

I have talked in my blog about all the trade shows I have attended and honestly as a seller we pay so much to attend these shows that little we could ask for is GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE. Perhaps because I worked in customer service since I was 17 years old, I expect non-other than the best. I have seen some sales people that are quite nasty to talk to you because you haven’t paid their fee, or simply because they are not having a good day; who knows but if you provide good customer service you will remember the person that treated you well and in the short or long run; you will look for that person to do business with:)

When I made the decision not to attend The New York NOW show. I decided to give a shot to the Atlanta Gift Show (AmericasMart). I was going to do it but not until 2014, though sometimes we have to follow God’s signs. Everything fell in place, even the size of my booth, the location, etc, etc. My 1st point of contact was Nancy Barlar (she was a sweetheart) and guided me to the person I was going to deal with for the rest of the show.  Her name is Grace Creta. I spoke with to Grace and she said to me call me or email me if you have any questions. It was truly like that she would  get back to me within 24-48hrs at the latest. As we were getting closer to the day of the shows. I even had someone else calling me and asking me if everything was ok? If I needed anything? This was during the PRE – SHOW.

During the show as I arrived in the building everybody were so welcoming. They will stop and guide you to wherever you have to be or where you would have to set up your booth. I met Grace we had time to connect and all I can say is that she understood my necessities as a seller and we are  already about Evelyn Brooks Designs coming back in winter 2014.

I also had great helpers that came during the show and gave me a little had.






















Today I got a written THANK YOU note from Grace Creta which I really appreciate. It shows their professionalism as well as willingness to continue doing business with you as a seller.


Pilgrim Imports Inc. (see pictu re above) one of my great neighbors


Reeves & Reeves another wonderful neighbor from England

Hope this helps those who are thinking attending AmericasMart. It is truly worth it.


Evelyn Brooks