I recently read that moms who work full-time are responsible for the same parenting load as stay at home moms, just with 40 hours fewer each week to accomplish them. We are overcommitted and stressed out! At this time last year, I was desperate for some time away from my responsibilities at home and at… Continue reading Birthday Vacation Day
I struggle to nurture and maintain friendships, so I've challenged myself to reach out to three different people each Thursday.
Upon my return to work this week from my childrens’ school break, I was immediately greeted with "How was your break?" from everyone I encountered. To which I responded, "It was good, but I'm glad to be back." That doesn’t make me a bad mother.
I actually don't like the word "resolution". I associate it with either A) a wish or dream that will leave me feeling bad about myself by mid-February or worse, B) an act of Congress. I prefer the idea of setting goals for the coming year. And let's be honest, with two young kids and a… Continue reading Achievable New Year’s resolutions for working moms in 2019
Not having enough time was the reason behind my vanishing act from this blog. I have not written for the past three months not because I wasn't inspired, or have given up on writing, but simply because SOMETHING had to give in order to maintain my sanity.
The viral post "Men Prefer Debt-Free Virgins Without Tattoos" claims that women should submit to their husband, raise children, run the home and not attend college because it is counter to these ideals and will encourage women to have careers. As a a Christian woman, Bible study leader and full-time employee at a university with two degrees to my name, I felt compelled to respond.
Incredibles 2 nails the conflicting emotions of a working mom: from guilt and concern about not being with her family to elation and pride with her achievements and recognition.