7 years without a raise is too long

Those of you who know me are familiar with my tendency to become irritated or even outraged over injustices.  When something bothers me, I am inclined to obsess about it or reference it repeatedly to draw attention to it.We're at a moment in time when there are an overwhelming number of things occurring in our … Continue reading 7 years without a raise is too long

October recap – Moms@Work

I can't believe another month has flown by!  Here's some of what I've been up to over at the timesunion.com. First, there was the politics of pasta. Then, I fell in love! Alas, my ship sailed. I put some pieces together. And recognized that I couldn't always do it myself. But, I can drive a … Continue reading October recap – Moms@Work

Moms@Work – August posts

Let's forgive me for not getting to this until what is essentially the second week of September, ok?  Seeing that the school year is beginning so late, I've kind of been pretending that this past weekend was Labor Day.  But, without further ado... For the third year in a row, I completed the Warrior Dash … Continue reading Moms@Work – August posts

Privileged? No. Blessed? Absolutely.

I've written before about the drawbacks to self-exposure. Putting your thoughts, experiences and yourself "out there" invites comment. It's pretty simple, isn't it? Obviously, the negative feedback I receive hasn't really been a deterrent to my sharing writing and I'm pretty comfortable with how people may perceive me. But, there's this one thing which has … Continue reading Privileged? No. Blessed? Absolutely.

Catching up with Moms@Work

Some recent topics from my blog over at the Times Union: A perfect summer day (and night) Camp Mommy Time - sign me up, please! Going to Ireland to find sunshine Over thinking A peace accord of sorts Traveling with my middle child Preparing children to travel sans mom What's HOT and what's NOT Taking … Continue reading Catching up with Moms@Work