7 Tips for Maintaining a Professional Attitude at Work

Here are 7 great tips for maintaining a professional attitude at work

In this post, we’re going to discuss 7 tips for maintaining a professional attitude at work.  Sometimes, maintaining that attitude at work is very difficult indeed.  While it may be temporarily satisfying to tell someone what you really think in the heat of the moment, it is not necessarily in your best interest to do so. I’ve probably made every single one of these mistakes in my younger years and some of them are pretty cringe-worthy.  I hope that they will save you some of the pain and embarrassment that I went through. 7 Tips for Maintaining a Professional Attitude

Working Mom Interview – Jodi Murphy

Jodi Murphy

Jodi Murphy is a Safety Engineer with a construction/maintenance company in Jacksonville, Florida. After a 20 year career in the Navy as a carpenter, Jodi retired and went to college to earn a Masters in Occupational Safety and Health. She now applies her experience to ensure the health and safety of over 200 workers. Working Mom Interview Q & A —– 1. Do you stay at home, work at home, or work-outside the home? I work outside the home. 2. How many kids do you have? I have three children. 3. What’s your go-to dinner during the week? Do you

How to Prepare Healthy Meals on a Busy Schedule

Healthy Meals

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . As a business owner, chances are pretty good that your days are filled to the brim with more than enough tasks that need to get done. You’re busy, and no matter how good you are at setting goals, prioritizing and scheduling your time, spending time in the kitchen still takes precious time away from other activities. Getting your family fed, especially with healthy meals, can be a huge challenge when you’re super busy. I’ve got four kids, with four totally different schedules and tastes in food. Yet everyone still needs nutritious food that fuels their

How to Eat an Elephant, OR How to Get Things Done

getting things done

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . As you might have guessed, I am not really talking about having elephant as a meal. Maybe you’ve heard that joke about how to eat an elephant? The answer: You eat an elephant one bite at a time. It’s good advice, not just for eating an elephant, but also for getting things done, especially when you’re feeling overwhelmed by your list of “to-dos”. When you’re a woman in business, especially if you have a family, there are tendencies to want to do a million things at once. You get distracted out the wazoo. The reality

5 Secrets of Successful Female Business Leaders

female business leaders

~by Skornia Alison~ . Women have come a long way in their pursuit of becoming business leaders in the corporate world. Today, we have successful female business leaders who are working side by side with their male counterparts. Business leaders like Irene Rosenfeld, Indra Nooyi and Ursula Burns are some examples of famous women leaders who proved that leadership knows no gender. These women leaders achieved phenomenal success because they have the courage, talent and skills to become what they are today. But there is more about them to inspire us than the aforementioned qualities. Some of them deserve a

Working Mom Interview – Patricia Talavera

Patricia Talavera

Patricia Talavera is one half of the tech genius duo behind SYT Biz, a WordPress website design company. Patricia helps other women entrepreneurs play in their zone of genius by them allowing us to play in hers: web design. She helps them get out there in a really BIG way online so they finally have the time to do the type of work that they love. . . Working Mom Interview Q & A — 1. Do you stay at home, work at home, or work-outside the home? I work from home. 2. How many kids do you have? One.

Working Mom Interview – Michelle Reinhardt

Michelle Reinhardt works from home and likes to help women entrepreneurs with their Mindset. She believes that nothing changes in our lives until we first tackle and master that. “Imagine aligning your soul, your million dollar mindset with a vehicle that can deliver your most treasured dreams.” Working Mom Interview Q & A — 1. Do you stay at home, work at home, or work-outside the home? I work at home. 2. How many kids do you have? Two 3. What’s your go-to dinner during the week? Do you care to share a recipe? Gluten free Mushroom Risotto and Gluten-free

Entrepreneur Interview – Teresa Hawley-Howard

Teresa Hawley-Howard

Teresa Hawley-Howard is an author, speaker and life coach. More importantly, she is a survivor. Her journey will inspire and encourage you to live your best life now. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A – 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? The name of my business is Women on a Mission. I help women tell their stories and to work through what is holding them back from making their dreams become reality. 2. Why did you get into this field? What opportunities did you see? I survived my past and learned to turn it into my

Working Mom Interview – Angie Carter

Angie Carter is a mom of 3 and business owner. She made the transition from working for others to running her own business designing her own line of personalized totes in the wedding related space. Working Mom Interview Q & A . 1. Do you stay at home, work at home, or work-outside the home? I stay at home and manage my business from an onsite detached workshop. 2. How many kids do you have? Three 3. What’s your go-to dinner during the week? Do you care to share a recipe? Baked Chicken on the Grill Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Green Beans

Parenting is a Full-time Job. Is it Time for Help?

~by Meg Powell~ Parenting these days is a full time job. If you are a mother and have ever felt that you just couldn’t get it all done, you are not alone. Between working and managing your household, managing the various activities of the children, homework, providing meals, cleaning up and returning all the weekly papers back to school for PTA, classroom assistance, etc., how does anyone have time for it all? What about the days the school is closed due to inclement weather, constant track out or summer camps, or illnesses that the kids keep bringing home? It is