21ST CENTURY EMPLOYMENT: The Stay-at-Home Mom Turned Foot-Fetish Model.
I don't usually write recipes posts for Runs for Cookies, and I hope not to disappoint you in that I am not a chef, a food stylist, nor a photographer. Basically, I am a stay-at-home mom that cooks cheap meals for my family--some balanced and healthy, but others not at all. Show More Summary
TRUE CONFESSIONS: I Was a Stay-at-Home Mom and Have Zero Regrets.
This week’s sex diary.
I’m hurrying around the kitchen fixing everybody lunch. One wants turkey — no cheese — and bread with no crust. One wants turkey and cheese, no bread. My phone vibrates. It’s an important email I really should answer right away, but I’m elbow deep in turkey and cheese and not-bread. Show More Summary
Jesse Williams is firing back at his estranged wife's claim that he's not involved enough as a parent -- saying, essentially, she only gets to be at home with the kids because HE has to bring home the bacon. Jesse filed docs responding to Aryn's…
It's not uncommon knowledge that being a stay-at-home mom is no easy feat. Read more...
We have just over 50 employees, so we are subject to FMLA. An employee had a baby a couple of months ago and went on maternity leave. We were all 100 percent sure that she would quit to stay home with the baby. Her husband has a good job and her sisters are stay-at-home moms. […] The post We Assumed Our Employee Would be a Stay-at-Home Mom appeared first on Evil HR Lady.
After Francine Steadman Krulak divorced her real-estate developer husband in 2010, she was determined to create a new path for herself. The mother of three had spent 15 years as a stay-at-home mom,... To view the full story, click the title link.
“Can we all climb down off judgmental mountain for a second?”
Parenting is a nonstop job. It doesn’t matter if you’re a stay-at-home mom or a pro athlete. If your kid needs something, you’re there, and tennis player Patty Schnyder proved that this week when she took a few moments during her match at the Swiss Open to ensure her 2-year-old daughter KimAyla was properly attired. […]
47% of mothers say they’d prefer to work part-time, compared to 32% who would like to work full-time. Women face some push and pull between their careers and their personal lives when they start to have children, with 43% of quitting...Show More Summary
Let’s say you’re a stay-at-home mom or dad. You’ve spent all day disciplining, nagging, and attempting to enforce some kind
Thanks to technology and a growing number of remote job opportunities, being a stay-at-home parent no longer means you have to put an end to your career and money-making goals. Want to pay the bills, earn some extra cash, or save for retirement? These flexible jobs may be just the opportunity you’ve been searching for....
I am an addict. Without my medications for depression and anxiety, I will relapse. I’m not homeless. I’m not a junkie. I’m not a rock star. I’m a 40-year-old suburban stay-at-home mom. A recent Atlantic article posits that opioid addiction is exacerbated by depression. Show More Summary
How to make money at home is a question I'm asked a lot now that I'm a stay-at-home mom, but freelancing and making $100+ a day is possible, kinda. How to Make Money at Home as a Stay-at-Home Mom is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
In the opening scene of the final episode of HBO's "Big Little Lies," viewers hear, but do see the brutal beating of Celeste Wright, an elegant former attorney turned stay-at-home mom whose seemingly dreamy husband is secretly abusive. The muffled screams of Celeste, played by Nicole Kidman, seep...
As she prepares to launch her NBC Sunday night news magazine, Megyn Kelly says she wouldn’t decline an interview with her one-time nemesis. She’s also relishing returning to work.
Mari Villaluna never wanted to be a stay-at-home mom. The 36-year-old spent a decade building up a resume as a career counselor and tutor in San Francisco schools after serving in the U.S. Army. She made about $42,000 at an employment agency, and was regularly sought out by potential employers....
By: Zeynep Ilgaz I think being a mom is the most rewarding job in the world, and I commend every woman who has decided to make it a full-time gig. But what happens once a stay-at-home mom finds herself needing (or wanting) to rejoin the workforce? This can be a difficult and stressful situation to navigate, but it’s also a common one. Show More Summary