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On Matt Lauer Asking GM CEO if She Can Do Job Well AND Be a Good Mom & The Double Standard of Women in Business

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Yesterday, during an interview, Matt Lauer asked GM CEO, Mary Barra, if she thought she could both run the company and be a good mom at the same time. I’m paraphrasing a bit – the exact question was: “Your kids said they’re going to hold you accountable for one job, and that is being a […]

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Managing Home Life and Work When Homeschooling

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I’m a work-from-home, homeschooling mother of two. My days are filled with curricula, activities, meals, writing, and if I can fit it in, cleaning. For a long time I had a really difficult time juggling home life and work and homeschooling. I still have days when I feel overwhelmed, but luckily they aren’t as frequent […]

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Time for Mom: 5 Ideas for a Quick Me-Time Break

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{Sponsored content} I know it’s hard for us moms to consistently find me-time. Sure, we can occasionally make time for ourselves and take a little break, but let’s be honest, very few moms do this on a weekly basis. Right? Something more achievable, though, is to periodically squeeze in a mini-break. Let me share how […]

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Planning Meals for Dinner in Advance: Sample 2-Week Menu Plan

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I’ve previously shared with you the benefits of menu planning, plus shared a sample menu plan and more recently, a full weekly dinner menu plan. Menu planning has definitely been beneficial in our household and allows me to stay on top of meals for dinner each day, even while working. I no longer have to […]

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Why This Working Mom Agrees with Mayer’s ‘No Work from Home’ Policy

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Editor’s note: The following is an anonymous guest post from a working mom of one child. She shares her personal views on the recent discussions of working from home and Marissa Mayer’s ban on telecommuting for Yahoo employees. Last week, when I heard Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer was going to put a ban on telecommuting, […]

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