For a while we weren’t sure she would graduate, and we were worried whether she would make it through this dark period.… Read More Happiness vs. Achievement: The Cost of “Success”?
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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
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
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
Every so often I get a slap in the face reminding me of what I sacrificed in my career when I switched from full-time to part-time work because of motherhood.… Read More The Motherhood Albatross Sabotaging Your Career
Of all the things that we do in our lives as women, we often want to get this one right more than any other — feeling as if someone else’s life depends on our pursuit of being the “perfect mother.” … Read More When Is DONE Better Than PERFECT?