This month’s Letters To Our Children focuses on the twinge of mommy guilt I felt this week. Every month, I team up with parenting bloggers, led by LaShawn Wiltz of Everyday Eye Candy. I shared my emotional moment on the Mommy Talk Show Facebook page where plenty of other parents of only children could identify: HONEST […]
“Why do you have to leave all day?” “Why do you leave your child?” “Do you LIKE to leave your child?” “How long will you be gone?” “Will you be home when I wake up? These are just a few of the guilt-ridden, hurtful questions A.J. asked me in the last week when I had […]
If you don’t want to hear about moms and money, then stop reading now. I’ve decided to make some changes in my life that include being a better blogger, creating my videos for businesses and making more money through sponsors and brand ambassadorhips. But I’m worried about how it will affect my life as a […]
SPONSORED BY: Main Street School of Art in Downtown Tucker If Oprah can show you what happens behind the scenes of her show on her OWN network, why can’t I? Well, you don’t see any production meetings (because there aren’t any) or chats with her makeup artist (because I do my own makeup as you’ll […]
Our Mommy Talk Show guests are a mix of working and stay at home moms, but they share a common feeling: MOMMY GUILT!
We discussed if working from home can be “the best of both worlds” and relieve the guilt. The short answer is NO. The longer answer and our opinions is in this webisode:
Diane always thought she would be a stay at home mom. Instead, she’s working full-time and running a small business.
Karen is dealing with a new job and a longer commute. Thankfully, her husband has stepped up and taken on more of the child care duties.
Maran recalls trying to work from home when her daughter was younger was extremely challenging.