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Staying Home is Not the Hardest

I would love to stay at home.

Over the course of my years as a mother, I’ve done it all three ways: working full-time, part-time, and staying home. 1,419 more words

Christian Life

Working Mother names CA Technologies to 2014 List of “100 Best Companies for Working Mothers”

Bangalore, India, September 19, 2014: Working Mother magazine today named CA Technologies as one of the 2014 Working Mother 100 Best Companies for outstanding leadership in establishing policies, programs and corporate culture that supports working moms, including child care, flexible work arr…

Ride On Ride On

What I’m reading right now: Overwhelmed, Can’t and Won’t, When Things Fall Apart.

I worry that the little pile of books by my bedside is trying to tell me something. 958 more words

Parenting

Did you know?

The other night, Tom asked me to write down a list of things I want to do in my life (kinda like a Bucket List, but I hate that phrase). 252 more words

Family

Back to Reality?

After 10 gloriously stressful, happy, sleepless weeks of maternity leave, I reluctantly returned to work on Monday.
I had plans to wake up early and get in a 30 minute workout. 522 more words

Nobody Else Will

If I don’t do it, nobody else will. That’s what I tell myself most days at 6 a.m. when my alarm sounds. Or I tell myself: 277 more words

Undermom

Does Being a Working Mother Means You Always Have to Say Sorry

According to “Maxed Out: American Moms on the Brink“, most American mothers whom work outside of their homes are perpetually sorry for all of the ways that they feel like they are failing their families, bosses and most of all themselves. 536 more words

Erica Yitzhak