One question I hear all the time, that soooo many parents struggle with, is exactly how much money to give their kids for an allowance. If you look up “average allowance”, you’ll find a recent study from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants that found that kids are paid an average of $30 per […]
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It’s one of the great debates of kids and allowance – do you make it a payment for specific chores? Or do you give them an allowance not based on chores at all? There are strong arguments, and lots of passion, on both sides of the debate. Today I’m going to cover both perspectives and […]
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.
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 […]