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Stacia Bardshaw: Sacrificing her dream so her daughter could fulfil her own

Forty-year-old Stacia Bardshaw known as 'Stacie' operates a small business in Georgetown which goes by the name ‘Stacie Variety.’


The businesswoman who grew up on Robb Street and now lives in Sandy Babb Street Kitty started her business at the age of 30.


She grew up in a single-parent household which she says was not easy.


"Life for me growing up was not easy but it was worth it in the end. Many days it had a lot of hard times, you know going to school coming home, you don’t have a proper meal, some days you going to school you don’t know when you coming back what you have on the table it was very hard" she said.


"Stacie" relating her story to News Update


'Stacie' attended St. Angela's Primary school and then graduated and gained a spot at the St. Georges Secondary school. She aspired to be an Art and Craft teacher. However, she was unable to fulfil this dream as she did not get the chance to write CXC.


When asked why she was unable to write CXC the businesswoman said that her family was financially challenged at that moment.


'Stacie', said that she had no plans on starting a business but it was her daughter’s future that prompted her to do so because she doesn’t want her to follow in her footsteps,


"I put aside my life for her future as her mother."

The businesswoman on her day to day "hustle"

Her 17-year-old daughter is currently aspiring to be a lawyer and the entrepreneur expressed that paying for her daughter's studies was


“very tough because you had to find lesson fees and you had to find different things but it was worth it.”

She said that life in the business world so far “has been great.”


Stacie’s business offers household cleaning products and undergarments.


Looking to the future, Stacie says she says she plans to continue her business and later on enjoy a quiet life at home.


One piece of advice the single mother has for other women in her path is to


“keep their head high and never stop fighting.”

The people around the businesswoman have described her as loving and very motivated.








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