Work-at-Home-Moms: When It’s Time To Put The Kids In Daycare

 Today for the very first time, I dropped off my one-year old at daycare. This is a bittersweet moment. For the past year, since his birth, I’ve been working from home full-time  with an infant–and it was the hardest thing ever. But… it was worth it! Watching him grow and never missing a moment of his first year was priceless. Now, my oldest has been going to preschool part-time for a while,  so it is […]

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I’m Taking My Writing Career Back Into My Own Hands

A day doesn’t define who you are, but rather it decides who you will become. — J. E. Dyer Yep. I’m going indie. This weekend was an eye-opening experience for me.I was in Dallas, Texas, where I had the honor and privilege to be a moderator and panelist for the Dallas International Women’s Day conference in the Author’s Corner Panel: The power of WORDS. I’m grateful and overwhelmed by the encouraging responses and feedback I […]

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Our Trip To Disneyland and Orange County

My husband had a work conference in Anaheim and since it is not too far, we thought it would be nice if we all went. Since his conference would only be two days (Wed and Thursday), we would have Tuesday and Friday to enjoy California! Well, the main reason why I wanted all of us to go is mainly because it was the final week of the semester, which is usually hectic for me. And […]

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Working From Coffee Shops For the Work-At-Home Mom

As a WAHM, writer, coffee lover and coffee shop dweller, my ultimate favorite thing about working from home is the many COFFEE SHOPS I get to work in! I remember the day I was given a job offer, I was still not sure if the job was completely a remote position or if I was required to work on campus as well. I remember asking my new boss where I was expected to work. “Wherever […]

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