By Lisa Davidson I have never been a career driven workaholic. I liked work, but didn’t live for it. I liked being successful, but not at the expense of my relationships with family and friends. Thanks to my husband, … Continue reading Motherhood: More than a Job
By Mallika Bhatia I am a 100% sure that I am not the only one who fought a mental battle to decide between returning to work after becoming a parent or being a full-time stay-at-home-mommy. How am I so … Continue reading The Inertia of Parenthood
By Carolyn Hecken February’s Über Moms Newsletter is all about careers. For many of us, the choice of which career to pursue is inextricably linked to our identities, passions and aspirations. But what happens when this identity is altered … Continue reading 3 Essential Ingredients for Choosing a Fulfilling Career Path
By Julie Leonard Getting back in to the job market after having children and/or moving country can be a daunting prospect. I know this feeling only too well. When you have been out of the job market for a … Continue reading Why Being a Mompreneur Means You Can Have it All
By Katie Rössler and Abigail Fobangong When you become a stay at home mom after working, life changes dramatically. You go from receiving feedback, reporting to a boss or customers, completing daily/weekly/monthly tasks, having accountability and receiving acknowledgments to … Continue reading The (Mom) Mind Trap
Inspiration. Where?? By Mallika Bhatia As a self-employed, home-office running, some-days-sitting-in-my-pajamas-and-writing woman, I need to find constant sources of inspiration to keep me working/going. Being self-employed isn’t easy. As rosy and convenient as it sounds, one needs a very … Continue reading Inspiration. Where?
By Asja Baško It’s time to update your CV and there is this one gap. Smaller or larger but it’s there and the funny thing is that larger it is, less confident you feel about it. Business world and … Continue reading Using Your Skills as a Mother in the Office
By Amie Mignatti Upon graduating from college I was quite unclear about the path my life would take, I had no five or ten year plans like many of my friends, nor did I want them. I felt that … Continue reading Do What You Love
A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir The Motherload Every month, Über Moms writers come together to discuss a topic. February is systematically dedicated to love and renewal. This month we chose to F.L.Y.: First love ourselves. This February, … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
Jordan: So, Meesha, we didn’t get to catch up when we were in NY, but I just had to get the details of your new adventure. I was scrolling through Facebook–boom there you are, that familiar warm face and sympathetic … Continue reading Interview with Meesha Chang. Artist. Advocate. Mom.
Join us, on the Über Moms Facebook page, Friday, February 23rd @20:00, for a Live Chat with Über Mom, Managing Editor of Creditcards.com, Jenny Hoff, to discuss how to get back to work and love it. Jenny will share her … Continue reading Live Chat with Jenny Hoff, Managing Editor at Creditcards.com