Surviving ParentpreneurshipStriving for success and sanity as a parent and as an entrepreneur.
Taking the step of moving your little one from parental care only into any form of child care is a big transition for new parents and an even bigger one for babies and toddlers. Making it a smooth transition can help both parents and children navigate this change.
My husband and I interviewed lots of great nannies, but every time I had to make a decision I felt this pit in my stomach at the prospect of having to be away from my daughter all day when she is so young.
We all have our parenting styles. Answer these simple questions and find out which Game of Thrones parenting style you use.
Imagine stepping off a plane in another country in which you don’t speak the language, and the only person you can communicate with walks away.
Failing can sometimes be the best thing you can do for your business or as a parent.
My children are my biggest assets and teachers as an entrepreneur. Go figure!
One thing I’m sure of after speaking to a bunch of other moms and dads on a variety of different work/parent paths is that no matter what path you choose you cannot win.
There’s a strange phrase that has been going around for a while and I never really thought about how wrong it was until now… “have it all.”
Living in Los Angeles, and really anywhere in the United States, parents are ill-equipped to tackle, let alone balance or excel at, parenthood and career.
When you await the arrival of your first child everyone tells you that becoming a parent will change how you see the world. Far fewer mention how it can change how you see your profession.
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