Inventor of Peepsnake
All about the Mud It was a chilly fall day and I found myself running up and down the soccer field juggling my iPhone, keys, and lip balm. I was trying to capture a picture of my four year-old playing in a game, and I dropped everything in the mud. My precious phone that holds all my contacts, calendar, and lots of photos of my three boys. I thought there has to be a better way– How to look cute and carry all my items without lugging a purse, and avoiding “phone butt” in a pair of jeans?
Accidental Inventor Moving along, raising and organizing kids, and devoted to my iPhone to keep it all going, I spent the winter altering my accessories to fit into my touchscreen lifestyle. I began cutting and sewing, and this coming from someone who barely knew how to sew on a button. Serendipitously, my husband said, “You do realize this is how new products are born? If you have a problem, chances are other people share the same problem.” In between carpooling and casseroles, I hadn’t thought of that.
Intentional Entrepreneur Susan Bee Walker was a stay-at-home mom for thirteen years before muddy drop. She is a graphic designer by trade, and an "inventor and entrepreneur by observation and hard work". This girl does not leave home without lipstick, earrings, and…of course, her iPhone.