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As parents (working and  otherwise) you may be aware of the list of ‘essentials’ that eat up time: shopping, cooking, cleaning (in there somewhere!), quality time with the children and with friends (necessary for sanity) and, if you’re working, then there is the work hours and preparation at home along with travelling time! 45 more words

Family Life

24 weeks Preggers!

I’ve been really horrible about posting and I’m SO sorry! I’ll try to be better

Baby Size: baby is the size of an ear of corn! 603 more words

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As a Life Coach, I continue to strive to better understand the needs of people. One of the resources I use as I work with people is… 64 more words

Life Coaching

Stand-Out Entrepreneur: Britt Gibson with Arbonne International

One of the things that inspires me the most is a good story about a woman living her dreams.

I think I’ve always been drawn to learning more about business women because that’s what I’ve always hoped to become myself. 2,172 more words

Arbonne International

Can Creative Parents Have IT ALL Too?

This is a slightly revised version of my very first blog post. Back in January of 2013, I was ramping up to self publish a novel called… 1,004 more words

Writing

And now for something completely different: fun family activities

Blueberry goes back to school within the next week and both Sheldon and I find ourselves scratching our heads wondering where this shortened summer went.  As relatively new farmers, we haven’t been able to take a vacation since the great vacation of 2012 (because visiting family does NOT count as we all know!!), but we do try to do little day trips here and there.  312 more words

Homesteading

Job Etiquette: Home Sweet Home

Over the past year, there is one question that has been dominant in almost every interview whether in person or by telephone: “Can I work from home?” Or, perhaps they will say, “I am used to telecommuting and have a home office.” Some suggest, “I can come in a few days a week and work at home for the rest of the week.” These questions often happen on first interviews or first phone screens. 289 more words

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