Tag: working mom

Are You a Mom Reentering the Workforce?

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ If you have taken time off to have kids, chances are you thought that reentering the workforce would be easy when the time came. However, many women are finding that stepping out to take care of children has a significantly negative impact on their careers. It can be far harder to…
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Working Mom Interview – Sherri Knight

Sherri Knight is a working mom of a 12 year old daughter and two dogs, and is a devoted wife. She currently juggles her home life, her career in the Childcare industry, and a part-time job as a Pure Romance consultant. This keeps her quite busy, but she wouldn’t have it any other way. Interview…
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Working Mom Interview – Lori Kelly

Working Mom Lori Kelly has 2 children and has been married for 7 years.  She has been a hair stylist for almost 20 years and works part time at a small salon near her home. She is also a caretaker for her grandmother, and for her father who recently had a heart transplant. Interview Q…
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Working Mom Interview – Jennifer Plurad

Jennifer is a happily married working mom to 2 boys. She uses a lot of the skills she learned as a project manager to keep her family organized. Outside of work, she is a runner at heart, and recently completed her first half marathon.   Interview Q & A 1. Do you stay at home,…
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Working Mom Interview – Tara Cox

Working Mom Tara Cox is a mother of two and an associate professor of marine sciences.  She is married to Mark Grant, a civil engineer, and they live in Bloomingdale, Georgia. 1. Do you stay at home, work at home, or work-outside the home? I work outside the home – I am an Associate Professor…
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Self-Nourishment Lesson #1: Establish Routines

~by Susan McGuire~ Do you feel you have more to do than you can possibly complete each day? For most women, there’s so much to accomplish every day. As much as women do manage to squeeze into a 24-hour day, they could be considered Super Women. But even a “Super Woman” needs fuel, nourishment and…
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Women Face Unique Business Challenges

The reality of being a woman in an entrepreneurial role is that women face unique business challenges.  Recent statistics show that women are CEOs of only 5% of Fortune 500 companies.  We make up only 5% of entrepreneurs, yet we make up just over 50% of the population.  I think that we could talk about…
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Working Mom Interviews- Miriam Savage

  Miriam Savage is another of my amazing working mom friends.  Read her story below. Do you stay at home, work at home, or work-outside the home? Work outside of the home – but I work FROM home a lot too. How many kids do you have? 4 – 2 girls and 2 boys What’s…
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Working Mom Interview – Amy Hageman

I’m so pleased to introduce you to another one of my working mom friends- Amy.  Please welcome her- You may remember her from the 4 is More blog post.  I love her witty sense of humor, and perspective. Amy Hageman After earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance and a master’s degree in accounting…
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4 is More: Feeling Groovy

      This is a great article from my friend Amy… I know that I have found myself just going WAAAY too fast at times, then I start dropping balls, left and right.  My worst offense is usually forgetting appointments, because I fail to write them down.. UGH!  I hate when I do that.…
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