It took me a while to realize that I, too, am a micro-entrepreneur, as are most of my friends and colleagues. I’ve been a freelance writer and editor for more than 10 years, and I just launched my latest effort, an editing service for bloggers, for the cost of an $18 domain name and several hours spent setting up a simple website. My friend Barbara Gillespie, a graphic artist, sells t-shirts, coffee mugs and mouse-pads through her e-commerce site, Flopsock. Another friend, Roni Fields, is a freelance makeup artist and film and photo stylist in Las Vegas. Mamiverse contributor Laura Fuentes runs Momables, offering low-cost, healthy school lunch menus for busy moms (and dads) to make for their kids.