Being a working mom is no walk in the park. When it comes to navigating our professional lives, we gain so much when we rely on each other for advice, support, and hard-earned wisdom — even if it comes...
Starting school is a significant milestone for both children and parents alike. It marks the beginning of an exciting new phase in a child's life and plays a crucial role in their development. However, this transition can also be...
Even with that resolve, there’s a breaking point you reach every few weeks when your train is late again, and you know you won’t get home now until after 7 p.m. again, and your youngest — and probably last baby — has reached some milestone that daycare got to see first again, and you either get angry or start crying or both. It’s rough.
A friend recently texted our mom chain asking if the interaction she'd had with her boss was "normal." Here's the scenario she laid out: She was on a Zoom call with the head of a department, her boss, and...
SEASON 03: WICKED GOOD ENTREPRENEURS | EPISODE 06 Maintaining Your Marriage While Juggling Work and Life with Daniela Procopio Today’s guest co-owns and operates two small businesses in Boston alongside her husband, Dan. Daniela Procopio co-founded Stove Oven Grill and SOLMA...
Five years and one million lifetimes ago, I was the "18 summers" mom. Oh, how naive I was. When I read that blog post now, I cringe. The woman who wrote it is not the woman I am now. A...
When I first heard about a large company-wide trip, I assumed it would be a local excursion over a weekend. Possibly a "camp" nearby on the Cape or a few hours north or south of us here in Boston....
Being a stay-at-home mom was not something I had planned. But 11 years ago I realized I would be paying nearly my entire salary for childcare, so I made the hard decision to put my career on pause and...
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I decided to start a business when my firstborn was 6 months old. I’d just gone back to work, and I was still figuring out how to manage my basic responsibilities. It probably wasn’t the most ideal time to...
I have always wanted to be a preschool teacher. When I was a little girl, I loved nothing more than creating lessons for my little sister so I could "teach" her various things (which was her least favorite part...
I'm not a workaholic. I used to think this made me less than. Heck, sometimes it still does. Why? Because we live in a world that glorifies busyness and work above all else.   Please don’t get me wrong. If...
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