Despite a new job or a new role at work, as a mom you still question your career and think about the trade-offs that you’re making and trying to figure out if it’s what you really want.… Read More Lean In Or Lean Out? How To Decide Your Next Move When You Are Questioning Your Career Commitment
You can’t give your heart fully to something until you let go of whatever had a previous grip on it.… Read More Letting go of a business you built: Sometimes the best thing to say is simply goodbye
Sometimes you just can’t hold it all together. You need women that you can trust. … Read More Can Anxiety Ruin Your Career?
I spent so much time, and I got so aggravated with the struggle of getting it all together, and people wouldn’t have cared if it wasn’t just right. The kids had fun anyway. … Read More Moms, Dump The Stress! Here’s how…
“I started the blog as a way of getting back my mental health, and it just took off. I wasn’t expecting it.”… Read More Overcoming Dark Days and Postpartum Depression
She brought the baby to work with her; it wasn’t considered an accepted practice until she became a co-owner.… Read More This Mom Boss Changed Her Company’s Culture
Going back to work after giving birth can be like walking through a minefield of worries: finding child care… pumping… sleeping… cleaning… bonding with baby? … Read More How New Moms Cope with Full-Time Work and Leaving Baby Behind
I suffered through career setbacks and financial struggles without a core group of close girlfriends to lean on.… Read More Working Mom In Search Of Friends
Working moms feel like they have to do it all until we realize our exhaustion is hurting ourselves and those we love. That’s when we overcome the reluctance to reach out for help and find some welcome assistance from family, friends, neighbors, nannies, daycare or a spouse. But that’s not always easy.… Read More Find good help: How working moms lean on others to get things done
“With my first 5-year-old, who is 23 now, I wasn’t there. I was working and paying the bills and striving for a better life. Now my youngest is 5, and I can’t leave the house without giving her hugs and kisses. It wasn’t like that with the first because I was just so busy and worried about our future.”… Read More Why are moms treating siblings differently?