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  • Balancing entrepreneurship and childcare can be a daunting task, made worse by the pandemic.
  • Three women who own businesses shared how they structure their days to juggle both.
  • They described working remotely, setting aside time for family, and building inclusive policies.

For Ria Graham, balancing a business and motherhood means waking up early to potty-train the kids and taking phone calls from playrooms.

She and her husband, Kevol, run Kokomo, a Caribbean restaurant in Brooklyn, and raise three children, all under 4.

“It’s all hard,” Graham said. She booked $4 million in revenue last year, which Insider verified with documentation.

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