My husband now has a formal, benefits-eligible part time job. I’m excited for him to be working in a field he enjoys, bringing joy to others, but thought this would be a good time to reflect. How will his working a few evenings a week, and the weekends, change our family dynamic? Do we need to examine our split of household chores? And what do women feel like when they’re no longer the breadwinner (NOTE: not applicable to me, but it’s a conversations I’ve had with others). We’ll talk about that and more today.
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September 11, 2001, is a day that will live in infamy. For me, that day is all tied up in my wedding on September 15th 2001 – and my honeymoon only about a week later. Today I’m reflecting on my memories of that day, and the events that followed, and reminding you to reflect and prepare.
In a Forbes article last week, the 100 most innovative leaders in America were crowned. There was only one woman featured – and no African Americans. Why was this? The methodology, and a definition of the word “innovative” that’s…well….innovative. I’m breaking down the methodology used for you so you can see how this happened – and asking how it can be changed to reflect those who are TRUELY innovative leaders.
As you may see from the featured image – I’m annoyed today. Last week I stumbled upon an article about questions that annoyed working moms. I popped onto Twitter and Instagram to check with my fellow working moms to see what kinds of annoying questions they’ve gotten – and boy did they deliver. Just check […]