The non-monetary costs of being a stay-at-home Mom

Elsewhere here in our blog we recently we commented on Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, and agreed that she was right about women not giving up on staying in the work force even with all their other daily obligations. Continuing “the conversation,” an item posted in June at the HuffingtonPost.comtitled “Why I Regret Being a Stay-at-Home Mom” also hit home. To date, Lisa Endlich Heffernan’s…

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The Beginning of a Conversation

I’ve been reading much of the discussion about Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, which details her ideas about how modern women hold themselves back in their careers. Her point of view has been considered “controversial” by some, but I find her concepts fascinating for both men and women to consider when trying to stay current and active in the work force. “Lean In” is based…

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