Bringing Her Joy

A sick child at home for the day, a drywall renovation in progress, and a colleague heading over to her home for a meeting. “Every corner is being used. It’s a prime example of what happens on a typical day.” With both laughter and realism behind her words, Marie shares how she brought her life-long desire of owning a company to fruition while striving for her personal and family goals…

Nesting 2.0

The clock reads 3:30am. My hips are aching and I’m absolutely wired. Sleep is not in the cards, so I quietly prop up my pillows and hoist myself (and my enormous bump) into an upright position, trying not to disturb my husband’s restful slumber. I pull out my phone and start pinning crockpot freezer meals and surfing box-store websites for a deal on a chest freezer – because I’m wondering how on earth I am going to feed my family once baby #2 arrives. I am in full-on nesting mode, even in the middle of the night.

Time to Rest

Last night after getting my little guy down for the evening, I immediately put on my pjs and made the trek down our creaky, wooden staircase where I found my husband sitting down to his laptop. He was about to dive into a few more hours of his workday because a last minute deadline had come up. I looked at the dirty dishes from the dinner I had made sprawled across the kitchen, as I thought of all the things on my to do list, which in theory I had another few hours to accomplish before bed...

5 Resume Tips for Moms

As a mom you might face several challenges writing a top-notch resume, such as addressing gaps in your employment history and ensuring that you’re not underselling your professional abilities. Read on for five resume tips that will help you address common challenges so you can write an effective resume.