Working moms are stressed, anxious, isolated and burnt out. They need help – ways to help themselves, help from employers, and from society. Today I’m talking about some of the sad facts and statistics around working moms and COVID, sharing my families story, and talking about some ideas on what could help. I also want to hear your story, and your ideas.
Somehow it’s been a year since COVID first struck. The past year has been quite a journey for our family – some of which is shared by the world, others are unique to us. Come along and hear all about what this pandemic has meant for us, and just how much our lives have changed over the past year.
Battling burnout – it’s something we all face, and breadwinning women in particular. Today I want to talk about burnout – the phases, why we burn out, how it relates to financial independence & female breadwinners, and some tips for recovery.
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 […]
Last month, I found an interesting article in the Harvard Business Review concerning male breadwinners. Given that I write so much about female breadwinners, I thought it only fair that I seek out articles with a different perspective. After all, that’s how we learn more about one another, am I right? Well this particular article […]
Ever feel pressure to dumb down your accomplishments? If you’re a man, likely not. People ask you about your work, are impressed with your position or income, and look to you for leadership. If you get a degree, start a company, or get a promotion you’re the talk of the family dinner or barbecue with […]