Tag: flexibility

Sometimes You Need to Dance in the Rain

Spontaneity and flexibility do not always come very easily for me. If you only knew what is involved when I decide to be “spontaneous” you would laugh because when I say “spontaneous” what I mean is that I’ve attempted to mentally calculate every possible outcome based on my options, and have made an imaginary list of pros and cons, all while being on the verge of a

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An Open Letter to the Employers of America

A good friend’s youngest son started Kindergarten this year.  She’s a stay-at-home mom and hasn’t worked outside the home since her oldest son, now 11, was born – unless you count organizing numerous PTO fundraisers, teaching Sunday school at her church, managing her family’s finances (including filing complicated income tax forms), and  balancing the countless

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The Top 4 Positive Changes I’ve Noticed in Myself After Becoming a Mom

Motherhood has changed me. While my focus usually shifts towards the physical changes, I have begun to take notice of the positive changes that have occurred within myself now that I’m a mom. 1. I’m better at rolling with the punches I have always been a huge planner and when plans changed (especially last-minute) my

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