"How was I so stupid to think that they'd want to waste time with me? What's great about me?"
If we are being honest with ourselves, we can get down to the meat and bones of our relationships and determine who we are not willing to lose.
At some point, you thought your life had turned into “Song of Solomon,” and you re-interpreted the verse, “I have found the one whom my soul loves.”
Our group is also a very hard-working one and we are committing much more time to our work than our family at this point. This is the breaking point that separates us into two different smaller groups, one being those who are in love with their career, and the other being those who resent their work.
I'm sure that I'm not the only expectant mother that has spent countless hours on parenting blogs, maternity forums, pregnancy apps, and constantly interviewing both experienced AND new mothers. I'm currently 23 weeks along, and I feel like I've learned a lot of small, helpful tips and tidbits. I've also come across a few things … Continue reading Moms Should Be Nicer to Each Other; the Mommy-to-Be Perspective
This is something that I couldn’t stop. At work, I would think all day about what I was going to drink that night. On my days off, I would plan my night of partying. I’d cycle through either drinking a bottle or two of wine per night, or a half a bottle of vodka mixed with orange juice, or downing ten margaritas
Whether your management role lies primarily in your home or in a more professional environment, there are some key techniques and rules to live by that will strongly contribute to your success and the success of those around you. I have had years of management experience ranging from a fast food company, a technology company, … Continue reading Management Practices to Live By (at work and at home)