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…
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
Though I had dreams of a highly successful career, I dreamed just as much about being a hands-on mom. I found a way to sacrifice a little of both, so I didn’t have to give up one for the other. I even found a way to get to the oft-repeated “bucket list” long before my career or parenting were in the rear view mirror.… Read More Living Your Bucket List First
This single woman just didn’t understand that my time was so limited that I couldn’t take care of some basic female needs that had fallen by the wayside for so long…… Read More 24 Tasks A #WorkingMom Hopes To Do #Someday When She Gets To Her Nagging #To-Do List
I am convinced he fired me because he realized my kids were more important than the job, and he wanted total devotion. … Read More The Arrogant Men who Believe Their Children Deserve More than the Kids Of Working Moms
Like it or not, these are the ways we evaluate ourselves! Let’s find out how you really measure up with this simple 12-question survey. … Read More Are You An OverAchiever Mom or A Slacker Mom? Take the Survey!
So when it comes to her new declaration that she no longer wants to take trips with us, is she being forthright or being a brat?… Read More When My Pre-Teen Rejects Our Family’s Summer Vacation
I realize that it’s also ME who needs THEM more than ever before — as in, I need to appreciate the joy they bring me and the influence I have — before they leave home… Read More Seeing The Tenderness and Not The Turmoil of The Teen Years
I never wanted to be an entrepreneur, until it led to control over my time and schedule — two priceless benefits so valuable to parents.… Read More Never Thought I’d Be An Entrepreneur, But Control Of My Time Is Worth It!
At that point, I had to believe I would find a way to do something productive during that nightmare commute. I just hadn’t found it yet. You have to be confident and open to creativity at this point and realize that there is something you haven’t thought of…… Read More Six Easy Steps To Turn A Negative Into A Positive