By Melanie Stehmeier Working from home is a new reality for most of us right now. For many families it has frequently raised issues related to a lack of time and space. Here are some tips for on how to … Continue reading Working from Home During a Pandemic
By Lisa Yarger Getting support for yourself as a mom with a listening partnership We live in interesting times! We’re in the midst of a pandemic, a climate crisis looms, and on top of everything else we’re already doing, many … Continue reading Establishing a Listening Partnership
We Rocked This Year: A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir As 2019 slowly comes to an end, countdowns are taking place worldwide. There are seventeen days until the new year, ten days until Christmas, four days of holidays … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
By Jacquetta de Fouchier This month’s newsletter celebrates women’s work. Paradoxically, it took me quitting my job, falling pregnant and moving to another country for me to finally find my calling. We were living in Paris when my husband proposed … Continue reading Birthing a Business
A Note from the Editor By Jordan Sapir When we discussed the topic of “Women’s Work” in our Über Moms Board meeting, I was elated. The wheels started turning, with postmodern feminist antidotes and slogans dancing in my head. I … Continue reading Letter from the Editor
A Monthly Wellness Column By Amie Mignatti As women in today’s world, we have many choices. We can choose to have a family, or not to, we can choose where we live, how we live and with whom we live. … Continue reading Let the Sun Shine!
By Anonymous Do you ever find yourself consistently flashing back to one particular moment in time? Ever since having my second child, I find a memory of my 22-year-old self frequently popping into my head. Here’s the scene: it was … Continue reading Balancing it All
by Mariia Ginzburg “In giving birth to our babies, we may find that we give birth to new possibilities within ourselves.” – Myla and Jon Kabat-Zinn What were your expectations while you were pregnant for the first time? I was the one who believed that maternity leave would allow me to finally finish all my undone stuff, to explore museums with my sleeping angel, to have more time for my friends and hobbies, to gain some new professional skills and to develop my pilot project. Well, everything I couldn’t do being full-time working career-oriented lady. I believed there would be … Continue reading Busy Bee Goes on Maternity Leave