All posts tagged "working mother"

  • How mothers can be ‘flexperts’

    How mothers can be ‘flexperts’

    Just because you have a baby doesn’t mean you lose your edge or your skills and talents. In fact, more and more mums, choosing not to return to mainstream work, are remaining increasing relevant in...

  • Freelancing opens opportunities for single mothers: what to consider

    Freelancing opens opportunities for single mothers: what to consider

    The global financial crisis that occurred around a decade ago destroyed a lot of dreams but resulted in numerous doors opening as well. For single mothers, being able to pursue a career without losing time...

  • Combating the working mother stigma

    Combating the working mother stigma

    Today, there’s still a lot of judgment of mothers regardless of what they choose (or need to) do. For example, many people tend to make a clear distinction between working mums and stay-at-home mums, implying...

  • How to fit IVF, IUI, and egg freezing into a busy career

    How to fit IVF, IUI, and egg freezing into a busy career

    Busy careers show no partiality to the personal matters in our lives. Nor do infertility issues show partiality to our busy careers. With so much already on a career-driven and family-oriented woman’s plate, it may...

  • Do you have to trade business for motherhood?

    Do you have to trade business for motherhood?

    Way too often are women told that they have to choose between conquering the world or raising a family. Women are constantly limited and polarized to either being a great mom, or a great business...

  • Overcoming the working mother guilt trap

    Overcoming the working mother guilt trap

    Mother guilt: that feeling of not being enough, not doing enough and not being able to fulfill everyone’s needs. There seems to be no end to the impossible standards and expectations of being a working...

  • How to cope as a working mother

    Working as a career woman for the last 15+ years — of which I’ve been a working mother for over 10 — there are a few things that I’ve come to realize. When you have...