Is ambivalence the default state of mind for a twenty-first century mother? Work. Stay at home. Either way, you will second-guess your decision on a daily basis and feel the judgmental eyes of others on you at every turn.
If you work outside the home, you worry about the time you are not spending with [...]
I have a new post up on the Chicago Moms Blog about using some of the skills I learned in the workplace in my role as a stay-at-home mom. Please stop by a take a look!
Ever since I started this blog — a whole two months ago — my husband has been trying to figure out a way to get on here. He happens to be a terrific writer and editor, and those qualities are among the things that brought us together: we first became friends when we worked together on the Law Review, and [...]
Marketing Mommy! I promise that I did not rig the results, but I have to admit that I am slightly relieved that the winner is someone local.
Marketing Mommy, I will drop you an email.
Thanks to everyone who entered. If you are really heartbroken, send me an email. I do give jam away pretty [...]
A high school classmate of mine, Sutton Stokes, who writes a column in the Washington Times entitled Went West, recently wrote a series of columns about his and his wife’s decision to leave Missoula, Montana to move to the small town of Elkins, West Virginia. Sutton’s decision was driven, in part, by his desire [...]