I’m so consumed reading about it. The same thing happened after 9/11. I often dive in obsessively when a crisis affects me or my family or my community.… Read More Coping With Coronavirus Confusion & Worry
Statistics show 80 percent of women have self-deprecating thoughts about themselves every day, and those thoughts affect your parenting.… Read More Six Ways to Stop the Negative Self Talk
People are more likely to achieve financial success if they approach their professional endeavors with a true guiding purpose.… Read More Take This Step After You “Follow Your Passion”
We are ALWAYS torn between excelling in our career or rocking it as a mom. The balance between the two seems non-existent. Sometimes we roll up to work while drying our tears.… Read More Working Mom Stress Is Not Our Fault
Even if we have different opinions about how to get there, recognize we all have the same goals.… Read More Self Reflection Is The Mother of Growth: How Well Do You Know Yourself?
Stop trying to solve everything in our own little world, putting all the burdens on ourselves without getting assistance from anyone else. We all need help, and we all have a desire to help others.… Read More New Year’s Resolutions: Are They Worth It?
It’s no longer about managing, prioritizing, shifting, or planning time. It’s about mindset, the concept that we are not going to do things to the standard we want.… Read More It’s not just you: Working moms really don’t have enough time
You don’t have to do it the way that society says you are supposed to. You just have to do it in the way that makes sense for you and your family and your customers.… Read More How Visualization Can Bring A Breakthrough
Once you understand what value you bring to the world and to others, you will take care of yourself.… Read More Ten Tips For Moms To Boost Confidence
There’s nothing wrong with accepting trade-offs and compromises when you know your life is enriched by what you receive despite what you lose. It’s a lesson not just for husbands and wives, but for business and politics as well.… Read More Compromise is tough, but there is often a worthy benefit