A number of that might be helpful to other female breadwinners, high earning women, or high net worth women (or for those aspiring to this one day!). My favorites list is below.
One question people always ask is how my husband and I split home responsibilities. The answer is “it depends” on a lot of factors, including what’s going on in our family and work lives. Come see how we do it, and advice for others!
This is a reader favorite. All about my journey preparing for kids in my early 20’s, mid 20’s, and early thirties. My three boys were all born during very different life and career stages, so I’ve been there – done that.
So many articles in the traditional media feature women or men complaining about moms being the breadwinner. Many men and women also don’t talk about it with friends and family, for fear of being thought of negatively. In this article I take the opposite approach and ask women to be proud of their breadwinning status.
I wrote this article at the request of a reader who wanted to know more about some of the downsides of being a breadwinning mom. So if you want to hear what I think the downsides are, be sure to check this out.
This article is all about celebrating amazing moms seeing financial independence and/or early retirement. This article was voted a favorite by my readers, so be sure to check it out.
This article was written after a week-long work trip. Oftentimes as a mom people assume that you don’t want to or can’t travel for work. Luckily, the company I work for does not assume that, and I get the opportunity to travel for work and for conferences. In this article I talk about leaving guilt behind while traveling for work.
The secret here is that you can’t have it all-at least not all at once. You need to ruthlessly prioritize, decide what’s important to you, and let go of the rest. My top tips are here.
Following up on the above article, I get a TON of comments at work and here online from people that can’t believe everything I accomplish. How can one person do so much? The secret here isn’t in what I do, but what I don’t do. I wouldn’t be able to accomplish what I do without the support of my husband and boys. That ruthless prioritization comes into play here again. The real parental heroes in my mind are the parents who make do without a support system.
Living in Connecticut, snow days are a simple fact of life. But working from home when you have three boys who are also home can be a challenge. I talk about that here.
If you’ve seen articles in the media, or spent time on internet forums, you’ve probably seen or heard negative views on stay at home dads. The double standards involved here really frustrate me.
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