While I have been unusually tired this month, it has been so fun to think and write about learning! Although, I consider that my “tiredness” may not be all that unusual. After all, I am due to have a baby on September 5. Growing a human being is exhausting! While April was a fairly self-reflective… Continue reading Reflections on Learning
I used to struggle a lot with guilt associated with being a working parent. But I recently started a job that I absolutely love, and the struggle has gotten considerably smaller. Obviously, the only solution to ditching that guilt is to find a job you love. Easy-peasy, right? End of blog post. Just kidding! Well,… Continue reading Guilt Has No Home Here
I think one of the trickiest things about engaging in self-care as a woman is that it feels selfish. At least, I hope I’m not the only one here having this experience. But, of course, we’re all really smart people and we all know that taking care of our own physical and mental needs is… Continue reading Everyone’s Doing It
Having kids changes you, there’s no doubt about that. As a parent, you learn to embrace dichotomy. In fact, as we were putting out daughters to bet the other night one of them was laughing because of how excited she was to sleep in her new bunk bed and the other was crying her eyes… Continue reading Job Hopping for Balance
According to Business Insider, the average American worker will spend 90,000 hours at work in their lifetime. I don’t know about you, but if you’re spending that much time with an employer – any employer – I think having solid relationships in the workplace means that time is going to be way better for you… Continue reading Can We Be (professional) Friends?