Motherhood. Career-isms. Relationships. Pop Culture.



What’s wrong with being insecure?

I remember in tenth grade, my closest friend at the time accused me of "caring way too much what others thought" of me. She phrased it as the worst thing in the world, akin to bullying or spreading vicious lies... Continue Reading →

Is it all worth it?

Every woman and their mother these days in this blessed era of post feminism is speaking and writing about "having it all" and "why women still can't have it all" and "leaning in" and "why you shouldn't lean in too far". But... Continue Reading →

The jack of all trades and master of none

I am not sure who exactly this career-ism is for (I try to avoid using the word "advice" because it's kind of annoying and preachy) but I guess it's for anyone starting out their career or looking to switch. So... Continue Reading →

The necessity of self-doubt

Lately I've been reading a bunch of cringe worthy crap under the guise of career advice that sounds a lot like this: 1. Fake it till you make it 2. How to feign executive presence 3. How to appear confident... Continue Reading →

Do what you want, not what you should

It's taken me several years to learn how to be honest with myself and make decisions based on what I actually want versus what I think I should want. I envy those who are so self-actualized that they say in... Continue Reading →


Since when did this become such a controversial word in the mouths of mothers and families everywhere? Doesn’t it simply mean to further oneself in life? Isn’t it a good thing for all people, regardless of whether they are mothers... Continue Reading →

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