The job, the family, health, friends, sanity ... can a working mom have it all? Well, I'm going to keep trying.
Powerful enough to stop you. "Why Am I Always Last?" Something you don't want to hear from your child. It's about work/life balance.
My work is never done. But, I will focus on what's important as a working mom - and commit to that balance.
In the midst of a busy summer. Enjoying the time with family, reflecting. Gearing up for an inspiring fall full of working smart.
By working, you're afforded the luxury of time. Time to do what you love.
If you have just one site to visit, make it TED.com. It's not new. But it supplies a never-ending supply of 'go.'
Working outside of the home has taught me a lot about myself -- but these five things have been the more important lessons I have gained as a working mom.
Oprah's finale was an hour summarizing her 25 years on the air - not in the way that many expected (focusing on the best television show moments). Rather, summarizing her years of teaching - and ultimately...
Why not ask. You're already at 'no.' You've got nothing to lose.
Respect. Put yourself in their shoes - whether at home or work. This is too easy to forget.