Breadwinning Moms – Hannah Rounds

Good morning everyone, and happy Wednesday! For this weeks Working Women Wednesday, I'm excited to bring you the second post in a series about successful moms. And I'm just as excited about the second interview in this series - with Hannah Rounds of Unplanned Finance- as I was about our first one with Mama Fish Saves. … Continue reading Breadwinning Moms – Hannah Rounds

Breadwinning, Six Figure Moms – Mama Fish Saves

Good morning everyone, and happy Wednesday! For this weeks Working Women Wednesday, I'm excited to bring you the first post in a series about successful moms. And I'm really excited about the first interview I have up today - with Mama Fish Saves. It's a fascinating one, and you won't want to miss it. First, a … Continue reading Breadwinning, Six Figure Moms – Mama Fish Saves

Dealing With Snow Days as a Breadwinning Mom

Here in Connecticut, we've been getting a lot of snow the past week. One storm brought 16 inches of snow, and there were a few others that dropped an inch and then another three inches. Any parent of school aged children knows what that means-no school and school delays. In my town, for some reason … Continue reading Dealing With Snow Days as a Breadwinning Mom

Seven Trials and Tribulations of Being a Full Time Breadwinning Mom

A reader reached out the other day to ask if I'd write a post on the trials and tribulations of being the kind of mom that I am. As a full time, working outside the home, breadwinning mom whose husband stays at home with the kids, I'm in a bit of a unique situation from … Continue reading Seven Trials and Tribulations of Being a Full Time Breadwinning Mom

Women: Be Proud of Being the Breadwinner

The other day on Facebook I noticed an article from NPR's "Dear Sugar Radio" about a woman who didn't want to be the breadwinner in her marriage anymore. From the title alone, my first thought was "UGH!".  I wrote about some of the annoying media around stay at home dads and breadwinning women back in … Continue reading Women: Be Proud of Being the Breadwinner