This post is actually a part of my blog
on how I win my daughter's back
from her attachment to her nanny.
As a Career Mom, I only have about 45 minutes in the morning and 1 hour at night to be spent with my daughter. During the day, she spends more that 12 hours with her nanny.
At first, I was so… Continue
Added by Nieke L. Garnia on November 14, 2009 at 7:00am —
We love The Real Housewives of New Jersey
! Hell, we love all "real" housewives for that matter. Today, the definition of housewife has taken on a whole new meaning, as evidenced at our event this past Friday night with the stars of The Real Housewives of NJ. Before we share the fabulous details of our evening, or dish on Dina Manzo and her sister, know this: According to Wikipedia (our trusted definition resource), "Housewife is a term used to describe a married female who is not… Continue
Added by Bradi Nathan on November 10, 2009 at 12:58pm —
Halloween falls on a Saturday this year- what a bonus for working moms! No need to race home from work to take your children door to door. No need to feel guilty that you can't make it home until past dark. Halloween is on Saturday this year- what a wonderful thing! My son is of the age where he thinks it's hysterical to dress up like a cheerleader and actually convinced me to buy him the outfit. Pom poms and all. My daughter, on the other hand, had her mind set on being Hannah Montana which… Continue
Added by Bradi Nathan on October 28, 2009 at 2:37pm —
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Added by Lua Naquin on October 27, 2009 at 1:37am —
Would it shock you to learn that American companies haven't kept up with the changes in today's workforce or with their families? I think not. On October 16th, this little known fact became official as the Center for American Progress and Maria Shriver released “The Shriver Report: A Woman's Nation Changes Everything.” This release reveals that, "For the first time in our nation’s history, one-half of all U.S. workers are women, and mothers are the primary breadwinners or co-breadwinners in… Continue
Added by Bradi Nathan on October 21, 2009 at 10:43pm —
The past Thursday marked the culmination of a very exciting 10 days at MyWorkButterfly.com. The "Nick Lachey Dream Dinner Date Charity Auction" pulled in $10,600! Thank you to those who bid in an effort to raise money for VH1 Save The Music Foundation and its mission to keep music education in America's public schools. Please know that we are mindful to those who did not have the financial means to turn this opportunity into a reality. Our mission was two-fold: to raise money and to generate… Continue
Added by Bradi Nathan on October 7, 2009 at 4:31pm —
I do hope you all enjoyed your Labor Day, a holiday that originated in Canada out of labor disputes in the 1870's... who knew? Funny how these disputes press on some 200 years later as I remind you of the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act recently passed by Obama.
Although, I can't say I was in much of a celebratory mood this Labor Day as I absorbed the news of the recent death of Ted Kennedy and a lesser known, DJ AM. Loved him or hated him as a politician, Ted Kennedy leaves behind five… Continue
Added by Bradi Nathan on September 10, 2009 at 4:38pm —
Love Basketball? Wanna Take Center Stage in MSG at Half-Time?
When I was growing up in Westchester, NY in the 60's, my brother was regularly asked by my dad to go see the all-star, championship NBA team, the "New York Knickerbockers" (aka Knicks) play. Yes, those were the days of Walt Frazier, Dave DeBusschere, Earl the Pearl, Willis Reed, Senator Bill Bradley and other "dream-team" players of all time. When my dad would ask my brother, never considering that I would find basketball… Continue
Added by Bradi Nathan on September 2, 2009 at 6:40pm —
I have learned that in business, and in life, that "All is fair in love and war." What does this mean exactly? Well, if you must know, it traces back to John Lyly's "Euphues" (1598). The quote was "The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war." John was a Renaissance English poet and playwright and certainly a man ahead of his time in recognizing that there are many a people who do not play fair. I imagine that some of you who are reading this now may be cursing those who have wronged… Continue
Added by Bradi Nathan on August 25, 2009 at 6:43pm —
My ex-husband, God bless him, was a douche bag. He put his career first, his mistress second, fantasy football third and coming in a distant fourth was his family.
That said, I must confess that there are days that I come home and miss the selfish bastard. Three and a half years after our "Black October" my brain knows that it is not him I miss anymore. Though my heart misses having someone to come home and share the victories of the day with I’ve become accustom to the adult… Continue
Added by Single Mom Survives on August 1, 2009 at 10:00pm —
I am so proud to work from home for a company that provides us with a benefit that is endorsed by the FBI and that is designed to protect our children. Did you know a child is reported missing every 40 seconds in the United States? Did you know that only 10% of families have samples of their kid's fingerprints & DNA?
Our company has a new program available to its Independent Business Owners that will help… Continue
Added by Liz Bondar on July 27, 2009 at 12:00am —
My day goes something like this:
Wake up, not to an alarm but to an 18 month old who is up anytime between 5:30am and 6:30am. (when its my turn, great tip, my husband and i take turns so there is no cranky argument in the morning) but regardless of turns, i am up by at least 7am.
Then the baby gets milk and breakfast, i get ready for work and then leave to a now crying baby who can say no mommy bye bye! kills me every time......
But there is this moment in the morning between the… Continue
Added by Heather on July 21, 2009 at 10:38pm —
Sometimes I think the most difficult part of having a baby is not the sleepless nights, not the crying, not the birth….it is being away from her. I won’t lie, sometimes it is a needed break when I go to work or I travel and get to sleep past 5 am but not being with her outweighs any brief moment of pleasure I have. I do feel that I am a better mommy to her because I work though. That may not be the case for everyone but for a driven chick like me, someone who thrives on competition and her… Continue
Added by Heather on June 25, 2009 at 7:00pm —
I’ve been feeling anxious lately. Unsettled. Discombobulated, even. And if you’ve ever been combobulated, you know how unsettling the opposite of THAT can be. I’m only saying.
Perhaps it is the heat. Here I am hard at work inside, while the sun is shining away outside, all, “Come out and PLAY, cave dweller!” And I’m like, “Don’t interrupt! RUDE.”
Perhaps it is the sounds of imminent summer pressing against my bedroom window. The first wave of summer bugs and their… Continue
Added by Cat Lambson on April 27, 2009 at 5:57pm —
I wanted to share with everyone how EXCITED I am! I recently just got my third promotion with the company I work from home for. I am now Executive Sales Director and working toward 25k in annual residual income, all from working part time from home. It is so amazing to me that a stay at home mother of 2 (ages 5 and 3) can work part time for a company and building such a strong team and and a residual income from home. I can't imgagine my life without my business and I… Continue
Added by Liz Bondar on April 18, 2009 at 6:05pm —
Joel and I have always been an active couple. We met on the college track team. Both pole vaulters (he was amazing, by the way). Have always loved the same things. Avid runners, wakeboarders, snowboarders, surfers, anything active and outdoors really. When we decided to have a baby we had a lot of negative forecasting. Many people were telling us our lifestyle would change. That frustrated us. Always thought it doesn't have to be like that! I hated the classic... "you will see… Continue
Added by Mommy-momo on April 17, 2009 at 10:06am —
Does the term "working mom" sound at all redundant? At all redundant? Exactly. Do we say someone has a sick illness, or a hungry hunger? No, because that would sound silly. So, why do we say someone is a working mom? Doesn't the definition of "mom" imply that work is involved? A lot of work? More work than pretty much any other job out there? A job from which you can't retire, or take a vacation, or even a sick day? Now, I know that the term really refers to a mother who works outside of the… Continue
Added by Cheryl Reyes on March 24, 2009 at 12:32am —
I moved to Aspen and got a job working at Photographer’s Aspen, a small photographer’s cooperative for leading editorial assignment shooters. I helped to market their images for stock. Snuggled in the midst of an Aspen Grove, our old ranch style building also housed the Tenth Mountain Hut Division offices. I had radically changed my life from living in the chaos of New York City to living in one of the healthiest towns in America. I rode my bike to work and religiously hiked up the Ute Trail,… Continue
Added by Jillylivi on March 15, 2009 at 11:30am —
For those of you not aware...moms are now building businesses at an amazing rate. Some are small ventures, others are large, but one thing is for sure...moms are becoming more creative and more determined to work for themselves.
Though it's next to impossible to find statistics to measure the economic impact, we know that more people than ever are working from home. (US Census). And we know that 75% of moms work. (US Bureau of Labor… Continue
Added by JeanAnnVK on October 27, 2008 at 10:56am —
I'm sitting in a hotel room in Vegas and will soon be headed to the airport for my return flight. This morning is day 5 away from home. Five days! I was OK until day 3, but at this point I've lost whatever work-related focus I had. My sole focus is getting home and seeing my husband and kids.
At this point I'm cursing the impulse that had me suggest this conference to my boss. I've narrowed down my feelings to three emotions ... anxiety, frustration and guilt.
Added by JediMom on September 22, 2008 at 1:30pm —