Category Archives: Working World

Live for the Present and for the Future

Someone said something to me online the other day that was meant as support, but it stuck in my craw. I’d written a piece about being a stay at home mom, and how finally, after a few years of it, … Continue reading

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How to Explain Your Life to an Outsider

Did you know I had more sanity when I was a working mom? My house wasn’t as clean (and as you know, it’s no prize right now, anyway), I felt as if I would break at any point. There was … Continue reading

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Worn Out, but What Do You Do All Day

I’m worn out. There, I said it. I’m tired. I want to play with my kids more, but I don’t have the time. I work from home, and the deadlines pile up, deadlines for little if any money. And at … Continue reading

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What Do You Even Do All Day?

This isn’t your typical post about stay at home moms and how hard they work. I won’t be going on about how we’re teachers, janitors, nurses, etc. Though that’s all very true, this post is about my surprise about how … Continue reading

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