We’re All Guilty When it Comes to Judging Other Parents

When I said that I was running a conference and getting ready to go on stage and couldn’t get to the school before school let out for the day, the assistant high school principal told me that maybe it was time I made my son my priority. She has no idea. She has no ideaContinue reading “We’re All Guilty When it Comes to Judging Other Parents”

Why I Don’t Feel Guilty for Being a Working Mom

I recall the exact moment I decided that something had to change. I’d taken on a part-time position with a local museum which I’d taken specifically for the hours when my husband would be home with our three kids. And while I actually enjoyed the work, I also missed out on a lot – myContinue reading “Why I Don’t Feel Guilty for Being a Working Mom”

A ‘Glamorous’ Week in the Life of a Woman Entrepreneur

I was recently at the private opening of a new establishment with my cofounder of Hautepreneurs, a company we founded to enable women entrepreneurs in our state to think and create bigger, successful companies – a passion project in addition to our main careers – which, for me, is APPCityLife, a global civic tech platform connecting peopleContinue reading “A ‘Glamorous’ Week in the Life of a Woman Entrepreneur”

I Have Become “That Mom”

The next time you look at someone and judge her as being that mom – whichever side of the table you find yourself on – just remember that life might just give you the opportunity to walk in her shoes, and you may find you like it.

Why one Group of Travelers Hope I Don’t Win Mother of the Year

For me, one of the strangest parts of traveling for business is how much it has changed me as a mother. Gone are the days where I am accessible all day every day, and it’s meant I’ve had to give up on the idea that I can somehow control the outcome of things happening severalContinue reading “Why one Group of Travelers Hope I Don’t Win Mother of the Year”