Archive for the ‘ Working Mothers ’ Category

Achieving Balance: How to train your hubby/significant other

7th March 2012 | 0 Comments

Join the www.30secondmom.com Twitter party tonight to pick up some great tips from other moms on how to achieve better balance in your life.


Daycare or Preschool Decision Made…Now what? Don’t forget this important first step!

18th August 2011 | 2 Comments

The sun is slowly starting to change its position in the sky, signaling that fall is on its way. It’s the time of year when many parents will be either enrolling for the first time, or re-enrolling their children in some sort of childcare setting. Perhaps your child has a new head teacher that will […]


A Working Mother’s Misadventures in Choosing Childcare: How to distinguish good from great

4th August 2011 | 6 Comments

As the school year approaches, many new parents are going to be returning to work and making decisions around childcare for their precious bundles of joy. Friday night I was at my best friend’s house for a Scentsy party where I met one such mom. Her daughter is 11 weeks old and she will be […]


Clearly communicating expectations: not just for the workplace

23rd July 2011 | 0 Comments

“Clearly communicating expectations” is not a phrase that should be reserved just for the workplace. Have you ever thought about this in your own relationships…particularly with your partner/spouse? As many of you may know, I love to speak with other working parents about how to overcome some of the daily challenges they face. Specifically, I […]


A Working Mother’s Commitment to Living Unplugged

19th May 2011 | 8 Comments

Sometimes two ideas collide in a moment of complete and utter clarity. That is exactly what happened this past week as I was determining what I would write about for this post. The first idea came to me as I was speaking with a group of women business owners who happen to also be working […]


Is Your Emotional Bank Account Balanced?

7th May 2011 | 9 Comments

Read about why you need to pay as much attention to your emotional bank account as your financial one. Follow David Bach’s advice and make it automatic!