I recently saw a meme about how “the hardest part of being an adult is figuring out what to cook for dinner every single night for the rest of your life until you die.” This is so true — so I thought I’d share the system I just implemented…
Some of our top posts for the year included the best maternity pants for the office, how to deal when your husband works so late he never sees your kids, and what it’s like to be a foster parent (along with LOTS of diaries from real working moms!). What were your favorites?
A year ago, we talked about holiday traditions as a working mom and explored a week in the life of a general counsel in San Francisco.
Do you eat dinner with your children, or do they eat, say, at 5 every day while you and your partner eat later, like at 8?
A year ago, we discussed doing personal tasks during work hours, talked about our holiday gift-giving to do lists, and explored a week in the life of a Biglaw partner in the Midwest.
A year ago, we talked about having hobbies as a working mom, shared four moms’ experiences in deciding on baby’s last name, and explored a week in the life of an IT specialist in Washington, D.C.
I just placed my order for the season, so I thought I’d share my best tips on family holiday cards that I’ve learned over the years. I’d love to hear yours!
How much do you spend on your kids’ activities? Is cost the major consideration — or time, or logistics (such as dropoff/pickup)?
A year ago, we discussed dealing with in-laws at Thanksgiving, recommended nursing clothes for work, and explored a week in the life of an engineering manager in the Midwest.
Ladies, if you had kids who hated reading, what were the books that finally got them hooked?
Looking for the easiest way to teach your kiddo your phone number? You’ll be amazed if you haven’t heard this before.
A year ago, we discussed business travel when you have kids, talked about our post-Halloween candy strategies, and explored a week in the life of a manager at an oil company in Texas.