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A Sticky, Sleepless, and Soul Stretching Career 

Please excuse the radio silence.

I was filling out some forms over the last few weeks, that asked for my current occupation. I paused for second, trying to work out whether I should write “rockstar mother”, “queen bee” or “homemaker”. 411 more words

Family Life

It's Complicated

These are the feelings of a woman in limbo between being a stay at home mom and a working mom. I can’t say I’m either. When people ask me where I work, I just say “It’s complicated.” It’s hard to describe the inner struggle a mom feels when she is both at home responsible for the upbringing of her children and the running of her home, as well as carrying several “outside work” jobs. 203 more words

Career Woman

I wanna be SUCCESSFUL! But what does that really mean?

Success is a word that carries so much power. Everyone has a different definition of what it means. As a woman in my mid/late 20’s, I feel like I have a conversation with myself weekly about where I am currently and where I thought I would be by now. 364 more words


A square in a round peg (Poem) another kind of woman...

Boys and boyfriends,
Make up, perfume
Colors of nail polish in various hues
She wasn’t interested till pretty late
To read books and climb trees she couldn’t wait… 445 more words


4 Ways You Can Be as BadAss as Olivia Pope at Work!

Hello! I will be starting a new segment to my blog, Working Women Wednesdays! It will focus on the challenges and triumphs of women in the workplace. 462 more words


Definition: Careerpreneur

I’m an entrepreneur and a career woman. I am a Careerpreneur. I am the owner and founder of StephanieAtieno.com, an online retail store that manufactures and retails contemporary Africa fashion, and I also work full time in clinical operations for one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the world. 55 more words

Stephanie Atieno

The Big Decision: The tough choices we make as mothers

The toughest decision most of us have to make after our babies are born is whether or not to go back to work. The “having it all” myth has thankfully been debunked. 3,763 more words