This is what motherhood looks like for me: caring for my kids and juggling to accommodate routines, schedules, work, graduate studies, and running a business. I am a stay-at-home mom entrepreneur and organize my day around school hours, (virtual or not), short meetings, and long nights.  That is how IContinue Reading

Yesterday night, after my last carpooling from robotics class, feeding the dogs, and celebrating my 8th grader successes with a tasty pizza, I went up to my home office. I spent a reasonable amount of time reviewing the last version of my resume, slowly browsing action words and skills, decidingContinue Reading

A few years ago, I was asked to talk about “bad” income. Surprised at first, I looked at the center manager and politely asked, “you want me to talk about bad income? are you sure?” She nodded and handed me a PowerPoint presentation. I didn’t know how to address theContinue Reading