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Work/Life Balance

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Taking Time

Take it slow,and don’t get in your waykeep it movin’ at the pace of every weatherlook within, and don’t forget you are surrounded by the windas it rushes in your lungs– Ayla Nereo My relationship with time is shifting. I used to always feel like I was running out of time. I obsessed over using …

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So You Want to Talk About Working Parenthood

“The obligation for working [parents] is a very precise one: the feeling that one ought to work as if one did not have children, while raising one’s children as if one did not have a job” – Annabel Crabb

For many, working parenthood means endless juggling between career and family, such that many couples decide to have one parent stay at home. Let’s take a look at what goes into this decision for many parents, and the effects of this choice on our children.