Mompreneur Neshaszda Wright A Black Children’s Author You Should Know
There are an estimated 30.2 million small business owners in the United States. Neshaszda Wright accounts for at least two of them. On her way to becoming a serial entrepreneur, Neshaszda Wright is both an accomplished wedding photographer and a published children’s author as well as a mother to a son and daughter, military wife, veteran, and philanthropist, awarding six college scholarships to graduating seniors so far. While many people were spending this year trying to figure out what to do during a global pandemic, Mrs. Wright and her family released their newest children’s book “Safari Alphabet Party: Princeton and Aminas Dream Machine Adventures” in October.
Neshaszda Wright Focuses On Sharing Her Creativity
To bolster family time and encourage flexibility, Neshaszda Wright, her husband D’Sean, their children Princeton and Amina have now written two children’s books together. Princeton and Amina are included as the central characters in these lively Dream Machine Adventures.
In their newest book, “Safari Alphabet Party: Princeton and Aminas Dream Machine Adventures” you and your child are invited to join Princeton and Amina in exploring the safari while learning about the alphabet, sight words, colors, and confidence. The Wright family has the goal of making learning fun in each of its beautifully illustrated children’s books. Black representation and self-confidence is also very important to their book collection.
The Children Book Promotes Early Reading & Self Confidence
Neshaszda Wright is very passionate about helping her children learn to read early. Neshaszda Wright has been hands-on with her children from day one. Early intervention is a huge inspiration for her behind this book. This book has helped her children learn to read and that is why she wants to share it with the world! ‘Safari Alphabet Party’ covers everything from sight words, colors, and writing. This book makes it fun for the children and parents from start to finish! “Promoting your children to read and write early prepares them for success” Neshaszda Wright makes it H.E.R. mission to include daily activities in the book to boost children’s self-confidence. She believes self-confidence plays a huge role in future success and leadership. We agree!
Be sure to purchase your copy:
‘Alphabet Safari Party’ by The Wright Family https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08LNLCH55/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_c542Fb1P6EKV6
I Dream Of Being (Dream Machine Adventures)
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Motherhood is one of the most fulfilling journeys you can take in life, but it can also be a challenging one – especially when you’re trying to balance raising your children and a full-time career. “Making a great work-life balance is the goal,” says Neshaszda Wright, entrepreneur, wife, and mother of two. “But there are strategies you can put into place that will help you get a little closer.”
Neshaszda Wright is a published children’s book author, an entrepreneur, and a wedding photographer. On top of that, she is also a veteran and a proud military wife. Wright is also a local philanthropist, she has awarded six scholarships to local graduating seniors thus far, and she has plans to further expand her scholarship funding.
Neshaszda Wright Believes in the Power of Routine
“Maybe it was my time in the military,” laughs Neshaszda Wright, “but I still believe in the power of routine to make your life run more smoothly.” She acknowledges that morning routines will look different for every family, but what’s important is to put the routine into practice.
When you establish a routine, it creates habits. When you develop habits, your brain creates shortcuts that allow you to complete your habitual tasks almost effortlessly. Performing the same tasks in the same order every morning can create a routine that streamlines your mornings and reduces your stress significantly.
Neshaszda Wright points out that kids will usually find a way to disrupt your routines – but that’s part of the fun! Try to minimize the chaos by involving your children in your routines. Have them set the table while you make breakfast, or ask them to help you cook (depending on their age). Get creative!
Be Fully Present Says Neshaszda Wright
Neshaszda Wright is a full-time entrepreneur and mom. Working as a wedding photographer means that she also often works weekends and evenings while she has flexible hours. It would be easy for this kind of schedule to wear a person down, but Neshaszda Wright says that mindfulness and focusing on being fully present keeps her energy up.
Neshaszda says, “Carving out time in my busy schedule to have moments with the family, and no work, has helped tremendously. Loving my children and husband with no distraction is my favorite part of the day and what motivates me!”
“When I’m at work, I’m Neshaszda Wright, wedding photographer extraordinaire, and that has my complete attention,” says Wright. “But when I’m with my kids and husband, I am a Mom and wife.” She says the trick is deep breathing exercises to refocus. When you switch environments, when you get home from work, for example, close your eyes, take slow deep breaths, and count ten. Try to focus on the sound of your breath and the feeling of your chest rising and falling. Afterward, open your eyes and state your intentions. “Now I want to focus on my time with my family,” or “Now it’s time to focus on my work.”
Healthy Lifestyle and Prayer
Neshaszda points out that eating healthier and doing light exercise has really helped with her work-life balance. “Working out and eating healthy made a light bulb go off in my mind. It helped me to be more aware of my life and mental health. When mommy feels good, I can be my best self for my family.”
Prayer is the center of Neshaszda’s Wright household. “Faith is our foundation,” says Neshaszda. Their family gets together every night to pray together before bedtime. Her children’s favorite prayer is The Lord’s Prayer. “They have it memorized now,” laughs Neshaszda. It gives our family peace and joy.
Neshaszda Wright’s Published Work
Neshaszda Wright, her encouraging husband Dean, their energetic son Princeton, and passionate daughter Amina thoroughly enjoy crafting entertaining children’s books together. Princeton and Amina love that they have been included and transformed as characters in these lively Dream Machine Adventures.
The first Wright Family publication, “I Dream Of Being (Dream Machine Adventures)” inspires children worldwide to dream through their brilliant minds. In this bright and appealing book, Princeton and Amina invite you and your child to climb aboard the Dream Machine and join them on their exciting journey exploring the galaxy. Neshaszda Wright and her family strive to embolden children to drive their dreams into reality by embracing individuality and creating goals.
Neshaszda Wright and her family published their newest children’s book “Safari Alphabet Party: Princeton and Aminas Dream Machine Adventures” this past October. In this delightfully illustrated book, you and your child are invited to join Princeton and Amina in exploring the safari while learning about the alphabet, sight words, and colors. The Wright family strives to make learning fun in each of its captivating children’s books.
It all started long before Neshaszda Wright had appeared in her first viral video: a homage to her son’s second birthday, which cleverly captured the theme of the Prince of Bel-Air and grabbed the attention of the entire city of Atlanta. Neshaszda Wright has always possessed the entrepreneurial spirit, whether it’s running her photography and videography business, mothering her children, or awarding scholarships to deserving students. Neshaszda credits creativity for a large portion of her success.
For Neshaszda Wright, Education is Key
Neshaszda Wright became set in her entrepreneurial ways while studying at Albany State University, an HBCU focused on providing opportunities to its students. While in college, she became a college campus queen, winning Miss Albany State University, Miss Freshman, and several other competitions. She was even featured in Ebony Magazine as one of the Top 10 Ebony HBCU Campus Queens. Out of her HBCU experience, she also became a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
While these experiences helped shape her, it is ultimately her commitment to education that fuels her passion. Today, Neshaszda Wright focuses on instilling educational values in her children by equipping them with the tools necessary to tap into their creative and entrepreneurial spirit. Speaking of her children, Neshaszda’s kids also play a big part in her inspiration. Neshaszda has authored a children’s book entitled, “The Dream Machine” and is currently working on a 2nd work that will be centered around the values she wants to teach her children. Out of all of her accomplishments to date, Neshaszda values motherhood the most. For Neshaszda, her children will always come first.
Even in the midst of a pandemic, Neshaszda wants to give others the chance to pursue education by providing scholarships to graduating students, knowing that learning can unlock many doors in the entrepreneurial world. To date, she’s given away six scholarships with plans to give away another scholarship this year.
Neshaszda Wright Adds Discipline to Creativity
Education isn’t the only thing that gives power to her creativity. Notwithstanding her strong Christian worldview, Neshaszda Wright also values the discipline that she gained from her time in the US Army. Once she finished her time in the military, she had formed habits and discipline that would serve her entrepreneurial endeavors well. Neshaszda’s husband is still in the Army, and when he’s not on deployment, the couple enjoys listening to music with each other and enjoying their time together.
Neshaszda Wright’s Photography Business
These days, Neshaszda Wright pours her creativity and discipline into her photography business. She focuses primarily on wedding and engagement photography, capturing the best moments for each couple. Clients praise Neshaszda’s eye for lovely, natural moments. “She makes you feel at ease,” one client said, “and she has a knack for getting those moments that you want to remember most.”