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This year, home cleaning has taken on greater ificance than simply getting your home ready for a new season. A clean and de-cluttered space can not only keep us and our families away from germs, but also reduces our stress and boosts our mood, especially given how much time we spend at home since the lockdown began. Because the COVID pandemic calls for extra attention to home cleaning, many households are seeking help from professionals who use specialized tools and chemicals to disinfect homes. In response to the demand, some local home cleaning services have added such services to their offerings. Read on to find out the home cleaning services are available now in Hoboken and Jersey City and what they offer. Disclaimer: Please utilize these recommendations at your own risk.

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These 21 women have either launched a new business, been promoted to a high-level position, are lending their voice to important causesor reaching milestones in their career. Here are 21 local women based in Hoboken and Jersey City to watch in because we are sure that they will only achieve even greater things in the new year. Gisella is the founder and owner of Paloma Salon in Jersey City.

Her vision in creating Paloma was to build a space that evoked creativity.

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From our elevated interior de to our curated retail, self-care is key. We create hair for the modern-day person focusing on effortless, chic styles. People can tell when things are rushed, take your time, and create the space you dreamed of.

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Stay true to yourself. The truck is open for retail in Hoboken from Tuesday — Friday and available for private events on Saturday and Sunday. What advice would you give to someone starting out in their journey to entrepreneurship? Set clear goals and strategies for your business regularly.

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Know your finances. Entrepreneurship is a journey of highs and lows. The one main struggle on the road to success is never giving up. Raakhee Mirchandani is a journalist, author, and community activist. She also serves on the Hoboken Arts Advisory Committee. What advice would you give to someone looking to lend their voice to a cause they believe in for the first time? Lending your voice to a cause you believe in is one of the most powerful things you can do.

For me, that meant figuring out what I was passionate about, identifying organizations or causes that light me up and then matching my skills with the needs of the movement. There are few things more fulfilling than using your hands, heart, and voice to lift others up and bring the community together. Using your voice can mean raising awareness through social media campaigns, ing forces with friends to support existing community efforts, or working service into family activities like making sandwiches for the Hoboken Shelter, having kids pick out items to bring to the Hoboken Community Center, or engaging little artists to make cards for elderly neighbors who could use a little extra love in these isolating times.

Tee Hundley, Editorial Manicurist, opened Suite Tee Beauty Studio in primarily as a wax studio but now offers nail services, spray tans, and beginning in January, Vajacials.

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With the recent opening of Sirenetta, I am excited to continue to make the corner of 11th and Washington a lively destination for quality dining and imbibing in uptown Hoboken. After this crazy year ofI think the best advice I can give is to not give up! It is so important to be confident in what you are creating, even when it seems the odds are stacked against you… like opening a restaurant in the middle of a pandemic.

With nearly two decades of practice experience, she has extensive knowledge in various practice areas, including business, cannabis, insurance, environmental, regulatory compliance, and real estate law. If you are looking for an attorney that understands the risks and complexities of running a successful, legally compliant business and who offers a thoughtful, balanced, and cost-effective approach to best practices, problem-solving, and risk mitigation, she is the attorney for you.

The best advice that I can give to any new business owner is to take the time to understand the complexities involved with running a business in your particular industry and implement compliance strategies from the start. New business owners, whether because of lack of experience or funds, sometimes cut corners on important matters such as legal, ing, and insurance. This often turns out to be a costly mistake in the long run.

Take the time to consult with an attorney, before registering your business, to make sure you are setting yourself up for success from the start!

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Owner of Ally Bird Vintage. Alessandra is a year-old vintage clothing dealer and small business owner that has been working in the vintage industry for nine years. I started working in a vintage clothing store called Speakeasy Vintage in my hometown of Montclair at age 16 and it was a perfect fit.

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I started off doing flea markets in the Catskills on the weekends while I was in school, a year after graduating I moved to Jersey City, ed a collective shop in Brooklyn, and this year I opened my very first store of my own in Hoboken. My best advice is to be adaptable, there will always be hurdles but follow your gut and trust yourself.

It is also important to know yourself and be able to recognize your strengths and weaknesses. Lastly, always protect your reputation, but let it speak for itself.

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She took the leap, leaving over a decade long career in finance to build a company that creates one-of-a-kind Brazilian inspired truffles, brigadeiros. As a first-generation American, she always dreamed of being an entrepreneur and knew that she wanted to pay homage to her Brazilian roots with her first venture. Instead, find your tribe! Surround yourself with like-minded individuals and those that support your goals. Stay focused. Be patient. Dare to be different, take risks, and go out there and crush it!

Eiko La Boria is a social commentator, writer, gender equality activist, and poet.

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She has traveled extensively and has written of her experiences particularly with the subject of sexual harassment, assaults, and systemic silence in the Los Angeles film industry. Eiko is currently working on policy and legislation that will amplify and elevate all girls and women by breaking the barriers to greater gender equality in Hudson County.

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What advice would you give to someone looking to make a change in their community? My humble advice to anyone looking to make a change in their community is to look around you. Start with your surroundings. Once you identify a void in your community or a group of marginalized people in need of help, create a statistical survey to obtain data for your cause.

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Create a simple questionnaire that is relevant to what you are trying to accomplish or to the people you want to help. Data is important because it will tell you what is needed the most, who needs it the most, and inspire people to rally behind your cause.

Co-Founder of Culina Health. Her work in private practice also includes treatment of GI disorders, bariatric surgery, weight management, PCOS, and family nutrition. She is mostly interested in helping clients to take an active role in their health journey, any of her clients can tell you she motivates and ensures that they always achieve success.

Vanessa was named by Essence magazine as one of the top 5 black nutritionists that will change the way you think about food and currently serves as the Dietetic Internship Director at New York University.

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Surround yourself with people who will challenge you to always do the right thing. Have fun, and make sure you have integrity with everything that you do. Hoboken Fire Department Battalion Cheif. She started the practice 10 years ago as a solo clinician and has grown to a team of ten people.

Be patient and enjoy the ups and downs…there is no business that only has an upward trajectory of growth.

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The challenges are where we learn and have the most opportunities! Navy serving. Benefits include weight loss, toxin detox, and immune system boost. In we will be launching our e-commerce site with performance and lifestyle wear. Kudos on the first step but the real work starts now.

No one wants to tell you this because it sounds harsh. You got this! Plus you made it out of If you can do that, you can do anything. Knead Some Love NY was born in her little apartment kitchen amidst the global pandemic, with a desire to build something unique and an obsession to bring a piece of her culture to the world through her unique fusion pastries.

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I chose creativity over the crisis, had an idea, found a niche, and ran with it. Starting your own business is often a learn-as-you-grow process. But whether or not the business will be successful is dependent on important decisions made early on.

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Make your business the solution. Rather than thinking about how to sell, think about what it will solve. When a business idea solves an existing problem or fills a gap in a niche market, the customer base is almost always organic and solid. Lastly, only start a business for something you are absolutely obsessed with.

I mean obsessed! This is a dealbreaker because you must love what you do in order to give it your all and more. Reach out to industry peers to get their advice and hear their stories so you can learn from their experiences and apply them to your own.

Through playing softball in town for fourteen years, playing the trumpet for the Hoboken High School Redwings Band, and graduating from New Jersey City University, these two cities have a special place in her heart. You can catch her at art exhibitions, local festivities, traveling, diving into a new book, thrifting, or indulging in some form of arts and crafts. While we are busy covering all things Hudson County sometimes we need a little help catching mistakes. Feel free to send us an at hello hobokengirl. The Hoboken Girl. Since ing the HDSID, she has coordinated over ribbon-cutting ceremonies for new businesses and the Mayor, with a large portion of them starting as vendors at the farmers market then expanding into a brick and mortar.

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Rachel coordinates fundraising to maintain and enhance the pedestrian mall on Newark Avenue and throughout the Downtown Historic District. Shop local, hire local, time management, be persistent, form relationships, and love what you do.

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CEO of dalci. Najwa Khan is the founder and CEO of dalci, a gut-healthy dessert brand focused on providing ready-made, nutritious, clean, microbiome-friendly, and delicious treats. She has over 10 years of experience in the health and wellness space working in various roles for non-profits, market research firms, healthcare technology startups, and D2C wellness businesses. There have been many exciting moments, but also a great deal of navigating the unknown. For anyone looking to start their own food or beverage brand:. What advice would you give to a new business owner?