Our community is made up of brilliant artists, creatives and entrepreneurs, but many of them are also dedicated parents and so we asked them an in port at question: If you are a parent, what do you think is the most important thing you’ve done as a parent in terms of the impact on your children?

Jason Higgins | Sauce Boss

I personally think the most important thing I have shown my sons that have impacted them was that no matter where you come from or how much money you have , if you put your mind to it and work your butt off you can achieve it. My oldest son has seen me flat broke with barely anything and work my butt off to be where i am today, on top of moving 1,800 miles away from everything we know and make it happen. Read more>>

Lucee Santini | Chief editor and writer for Momjunky.com

Travel. I am British/Greek and my husband is French and we both grew up in Europe. We traveled a lot and experienced different cultures. We want the kids to experience the world and see diversity. We want them to be open to everything the world has to offer! Read more>>

Darrel Stice | Owner/operator of The Snowy Churro & 23-year veteran math teacher

I have two sons and I’ve always wanted to teach them the value of hard work and of working for what you want. My parents taught my brother and me from a very early age that we could achieve or attain whatever we wanted in life, but we would have to work for it. I have always tried to impart that same way of thinking on my boys and both have proven to be very hard workers who don’t expect anything to be handed to them. Read more>>