Time Off for Good Behavior

As a mother, I'm daily frustrated by my kids' trickle down behavior-you know, using up all the good stuff with other people and saving the not so good for the home front. And I get it, because I do the same thing, and I bet you do too. Just like we were all spectacular parents before we... Continue Reading →

How to Alienate Yourself From Other Mothers in 10 Easy Steps

We moms are a tough crowd. Questionable working conditions will do that to a gal. Despite the long hours, the limited vacation time, and the ungrateful bosses, most of us wake up each day determined to do our best. We work while we are sick, we work while we are on vacation, many work while... Continue Reading →

Micromanagement (Or Why I Decided To Back The Hell Up)

Every generation thinks the buck stopped there; thinks the generation that follows is going to be the end of civilization, the downfall of polite society, the scourge of the world.  Every generation thinks they were tougher, made of sterner stuff. Every generation thinks they are the last of the true survivors. "We survived walking uphill to... Continue Reading →

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