Janeane Davis's Blog Posts Tagged 'all' (2)

Fantastic Friday - Having It All, Your Way

Fantastic Friday - it is fantastic to know that you can have it all, if you define what having it all is for yourself.

Every few months there is a big uproar in mainstream media about how horrible life is because women cannot have it all. These discussions always amuse me. Typically, the article talks about how hard life is for women who cannot work 16 hours a week at an external job and work 16 hours a day at being a sexy wife and loving mother. The math just doesn't add up if this…

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Added by Janeane Davis on September 21, 2012 at 9:16am — No Comments

Fantastic Friday - Having It All, Your Way

Fantastic Friday - it is fantastic to know that you can have it all, if you define what having it all is for yourself.

Every few months there is a big uproar in mainstream media about how horrible life is because women cannot have it all. These discussions always amuse me. Typically, the article talks about how hard life is for women who cannot work 16 hours a week at an external job and work 16 hours a day at being a sexy wife and loving mother. The math just doesn't add up if this…

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Added by Janeane Davis on September 21, 2012 at 9:16am — No Comments

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