I have been blogging for the past year about being a mompreneur, lawyer-style. Solo lawpreneur with a touch of mom, if you will. For all of you people who are audibly “ughhh!”-ing right now, because you absolutely detest these cutesy titles I’m always working into my posts, well, if you’re still reading my stuff
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I’m finally taking Katie’s advice and reading Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg. More accurately, I downloaded the audio version so I can listen to it in the car. It’s good so far, although it doesn’t strike me as anything new. But Sandberg effectively organizes and communicates the salient points: we should encourage women to aspire
So I’m about two months into the solo law practice, work-at-home mom gig. I have some billable work as well as a couple upcoming seminars (one of which is tomorrow – eek!), and things are actually happening for me, which is really great. And at the same time, a bit challenging. Everything is sort of
It didn’t strike me as odd until a few years later, after I had a toddler and a baby of my own in tow. But when I was a relatively new associate at small but established Connecticut firm, I worked with a law student who was there for the summer who actively tried to hide
I’m seizing the moment right now to type out my blog post for this week, because I am getting the sinking feeling that I won’t get to it tomorrow. And although I’m not in the most carpe diem mood at the moment, due to a fresh head cold and the lingering exhaustion of last night’s
As I sit here, typing this blog post, I am suffering from some serious writer’s block. It’s not for lack of topics to blog about, as I am chock full of those. The block is being caused by my apparent inability to focus on any one topic long enough to put together a coherent post.