Category Archives: Working Moms

Thinking about The Power of Slow

Wednesday night I listened to author of The Power of Slow, Christine Louise Hohlbaum speak about her book at a Virginia Festival of the Book event. It was the second time I’d heard Christine speak on this topic (full disclosure, … Continue reading

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How Did You Do It?

The boy came home from work one day, and was getting ready to head out again to an evening class at his college. “Working and going to school is exhausting,” he said. “How did you do it?” How did I … Continue reading

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STL Moms: Win $100 for Back-to-School from Wal-Mart

I realize that 50 percent of my reading audience is in the greater St. Louis Metropolitan area so, I bring you the following opportunity: the Maplewood Wal-Mart is hosting an essay contest.  The contest is sponsored by my dear friends … Continue reading

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Need a New Job? Look No Further than the Top 100

At some point in my career, I finally gave myself the permission I deserved all along; to work for a great place to work and not limit myself to anything less. I found one, and I’m very happy and feel … Continue reading

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CBS-19 Blog of the Week: C’ville Entremom

This week’s featured blog on WCAV CBS-19 is CvilleEntremom. Here’s my interview with blog founder and administrator, Angie Brement: 1. What was the inspiration for C’ville Entremom? I was actually inspired by First Wednesdays (First Wednesdays is a social gathering … Continue reading

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