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I Can’t Afford to Work Part-time

I’m a wedding and event planner and I only work about 15 hours a week. It suits me well and I love it! However, I’m barely breaking even after the costs of childcare. My husband travels for work so 90% […]

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Five Things To Help You Nail That Job Interview

When you’re applying for a new job, it seems like the hardest part is just getting called for an interview. You spend hours on your resume, rewriting it,

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The Fear of Change that Comes with a New Job

I recently accepted an offer for a new job that starts in June and I'm so excited! But with that excitement comes plenty of fear. I'm leaving behind

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A Little Structure = A Lot of Productivity

I am currently a Stay-at-Home-Mom posing as a Work-at-Home-Mom.  Basically, I'm living off our savings in a new city and waiting to find the right job after our

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Moving Across the Country… Jobless

My little family has decided to move to Nashville, Tennessee! This means I'll be leaving my job of 7 years as a project manager for a small (very

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Weighing the Risks of Accepting a New Job

I remember when I was 25 and I hated my job. I knew I could just find another one and no big deal, that was that. I remember

Liberating Working Moms

A Journey Through Working Mom Transitions

I cried from December through March 2012, when I finally lost it.  I had never been so scared and confused.  My sense of worth and status within both

Liberating Working Moms

Easing in to New Routines

My summer vacation is just about halfway over.  We’ve developed our routines, packed with ballet, swim lessons, and jaunts to the park.  We’re staying up late and sleeping

Liberating Working Moms

The Working Mom Bias, it’s real.

I've  been a working mom for 3 years now. Unfortunately due to 2 layoffs I have been in 3 different office environments during that time. One office was filled

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1 Husband, 1 Child, 2 Jobs

Last week, I did something I thought I would never do: I accepted an offer for a part-time job. Currently, I teach English to approximately 120 high school freshmen

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Transitioning Back to Full-Time

I'm heading back into the full-time working world - mostly while wearing yoga pants.  On Monday, I accepted a full-time Political Science instructor position for one of the

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