Tag Archive: Motherhood

Positive Parenting this Winter: Keep Sick Kids at Home

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Winter Woes. With all the recent snow in the Northeast, it is not easy being a career mama and trying to get to and from work, manage school closings and then on top… Continue reading

Dealing with Mother’s Guilt

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I’m sitting in my living room, while my kids are taking their naps, thinking about the first half of the day. It’s been a rough one. I have not been particularly kind, patient… Continue reading

What I Regret About Motherhood

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The moment that you find out you are going to have a child, your whole world changes. Certain things that you cared about stop mattering and other, child related, things take their place.… Continue reading

What I Wish I Knew Before Becoming a Stay at Home Mom

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When my daughter was born, I waited about 6 weeks before going back to work. While I loved my job, I hated having to leave her with a sitter. I didn’t want to miss… Continue reading

5 Quick Ways to Use Motherhood to Your Advantage in Your Career Search!

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It is a challenging decision to determine how to best market yourself when attempting to revitalize your career, change jobs, or get back into the work force, and it can seem like a daunting task! When… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell Leading Lady Feature: Liz Powers Is Changing The Way We Invest In Art

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Maybe her surname is a coincidence, but after speaking with Liz Powers, it was clear that she much resembles that of a modern day, resident Wonder Woman. She credits her success to two… Continue reading

YouTube CEO, Susan Wojcicki, Explains Why Paid Maternity Leave Is Good for Business

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Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of YouTube explains why paid maternity leave is good for business in her most recently published article in the Wall Street Journal. She propels this issue to the forefront of our minds… Continue reading

Working Mom Series: A Day In The Life

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When I got pregnant with my first, L (just turned 2 years old), people asked me if I would go back to work. Without hesitation, my answer was a resounding “definitely!” For me,… Continue reading