Tag: working mom

The rant of a working mom

The week has finally ended and for the first time in over three months, I don’t quite have much to say except “phew!”. As a working mom, this pandemic has been one of the most challenging and trying times, partly because my toddler has been going through sleep regressions but also because working from home has resulted in extremely long business hours. Actually, who … Read More The rant of a working mom

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Finding balance when working from home during the pandemic

It is 2020 and we are all discussing plans to cancel the year. It all makes sense; rescheduled trips, missed birthday parties and weddings, extra pounds to our waistlines… who really wants to add the year that the world stopped to their already seemingly short life? For many students, this was the year to relax for a few weeks before changing the stats on … Read More Finding balance when working from home during the pandemic

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Juggling Motherhood, Marriage, a Full Time Job … and a Blog

It has been just a little over two months since my blog went live, and it has… wait what? Only two months? Sorry, I got a little bit side tracked for a second. These past nine weeks have flown by quite quickly and while so much has happened in such a short amount of time, your girl has definitely experienced some personal and professional … Read More Juggling Motherhood, Marriage, a Full Time Job … and a Blog

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I will not apologise for being a working mom!

Just a few days ago, I found myself dividing my attention between feeding my toddler and responding to colleagues that continuously pinged me onSkype for business. On a normal day it would be fine, but at nearly seven in the evening, all I felt was frustration. It saddens me to say that even after excusing myself to continue with our evening routine, I still … Read More I will not apologise for being a working mom!

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But did I really know my child?

I believe it is day seven hundred and thirty thousand of lockdown (I stopped counting after two weeks) and my skin has gotten so pale and flimsy that I’m scared to come into physical contact with anyone out of fear that brushing against someone will rub off the little epidermal layers I have left. Maybe that is why they implemented lockdown? Whatever the story … Read More But did I really know my child?

Lockdown Chronicles: Technology vs Parent

Every parent has most likely dreamt of how they wish to raise their unborn child, be it teaching them piano from a very early age or preparing them for future spelling bees with daily flash cards. To understand what I wanted for Gabby, I need you to take a moment to pause right here, log on to YouTube and search for “baby gymnast”. Now … Read More Lockdown Chronicles: Technology vs Parent