The long-awaited interview yesterday? Fabulous! Like a really rockin’ hot blind date, except instead of sex, a job offer. Which was almost just as good. But not really. We hit it off so extraordinarily, that I didn’t lie about anything. In fact, I told her what I don’t know, to which she said, “Stop talking. You had me at your letter. I just wanted to meet you in person.”
Create Flexible Work Environment Damnit
After a very thorough and professional survey of neighbors and friends done at bus stops and grocery check out lines in my megatropolis, I’ve come to the conclusion that perhaps as a country, we’re under utilizing a large percentage of our workforce. Read a cool post by Deborah Frett, CEO, Business and Professional Women’s Foundation that got me thinking it probably shouldn’t be this way. Moms often work in schools
When is a Good Time to Return to Work?
How do you know it’s time to go back to work after being a stay at home mom? When the time is right, you think you will know it. But sometimes, stay-at-home moms don’t realize they’re the last ones, um, staying. All you new moms sitting home on maxi-pads the size of volkswagons, with bloody, cracked nipples (you know who you are), crying over McDonald’s commercials holding a beautiful baby
Are You Ready to Go Back To Work?
Ready to return to work yet? Okay, school’s in full swing, open houses just about done, flu shots received, and first bouts of strep and pink eye dealt with. Now what? Honestly, there’s only so much Facebook stalking a mom can do in one day. I’m all about the kids, and firmly believe a parent needs to be accessible 24/7. But as their needs change, so can your availability. And