Tag: career

It’s the Most Important Job I’ll Ever Do. But I’m the Judge of That – Not You.

Things have been crazy busy with me.  Between scoping out potential office space for my practice, keeping up with client phone calls and emails, trying to remember to bill people for my time (I have this thing about taking people’s money!  It feels so weird!), and keeping house and home with two little ones, the

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True Confession: I almost quit my professional job to work entry-level retail … at an adult store.

Sometimes you get an idea so ridiculous, it just might work.  And then sometimes, you’re just being ridiculous.  You be the judge on this next one, but either way, I humbly submit that it makes for an interesting story. Several months ago, I found myself back at work after a second period of maternity leave,

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Careers, Motherhood & Being Thirty-Something

For reasons I can’t go into in detail about right now, I have had careers on my mind. Well, mine in particular, but those of others as well. My little sister is working toward her Ph.D. in political science, and is in the process of interviewing at universities throughout the country for that coveted professor

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Yep, Having Kids Will Hurt Your Career.

Every day, moms-to-be scour the blogosphere for confirmation that when they someday choose to become pregnant, have their babies, and go about the task of raising them while working in a professional career, they will go on to be fabulous parents and fabulous career women, and that although things may be a bit different, for

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