With Thanksgiving approaching (my favorite holiday for its non-denominational nature and near-universal underlying sentiment) I’ve been wrestling with how having a genuine philanthropic spirit doesn’t always line up with actually dedicating yourself philanthropically, at least as much as we might.
When I heard that one of my favorite Twitter “girlfriends,” Cindy Morrison, had written a book called “Girlfriends 2.0,” I knew it was a subject I wanted to highlight, harkening back to one of our very first Executive Moms events.
When The Today Show was putting together a piece related to working moms this week, I was glad to be enlisted as an expert. Take a look at the segment here). However, I can admit now that I had some.
Ok, so the “Sandwich Generation” concept isn’t exactly a fresh one. Yet in all of our focus on the duality that “Executive Mom” suggests – an intricate if imperfect choreography between our roles as professional and parent – what about.
Did you have a happy new year? I really did. And also didn’t. Allow me to recap: My holiday break started the Monday morning of Christmas week (days I had saved and coveted as a combination of “me” time and.