How to let dad lead in parenting

This past weekend, Frank and six other dads chaperoned an epic sleepover for their daughters at our girls’ school. There were 21 girls in attendance all between the ages of 4 and 7 years old. For my girls, it was their first sleepover with their friends. I didn’t want them to miss out on the fun, […] Read more…

Effective networking tips for working moms

Networking. It’s the one thing I just do not like to do. At least not the way business books, blogs and professional networkers tell us to do it. As an introvert, going to an event and meeting people, let alone talking to them conjures up the same levels of anxiety as someone who’s about to […] Read more…

5 ways to support moms this Mother’s Day

Over the last few weeks, a good number of articles have been popping up in my social media feeds on the different classifications of moms. I had no idea what most of them were and there were some that infuriated me to know the group existed. There are even quizzes that will let you know […] Read more…

3 mindhacks to crush self-doubt as a mama

A few weeks before welcoming Isabella to my life, I was happily working when it hit me: I was going to be a mother. Sure, it was a delayed, albeit curious reaction considering I knew, at least intellectually, that pregnancy led to a baby. But, it felt like a sucker punch, nonetheless. Yet, when the […] Read more…

3 tell-tale signs that it’s time to quit your job

I’ve been accused of being a typical millennial on many occasions. For someone a few days out from entering her fourth decade, I always say thank you. But, then I always ask why. Here’s one of the reasons, so I’ve been told many times: I quit. A lot. I’ve only held two jobs for more […] Read more…

4 tips to help working parents balance it all

If by any slim chance you had the slightest inkling that life with two working parents was going to be easy in any way, let me break it to you – it’s not. Not at all. Sure there’ll be days you two will think you’re rocking it all. You have to hold on to those […] Read more…

Beat the Bump: When to announce your pregnancy at work

I made it most of the way through my very first trimester without the slightest hint of morning sickness. The first time I felt nauseous in the morning? The day I planned to tell my boss I was pregnant. That’s right, I turned into a total chicken. And it’s not because I was worried about […] Read more…