Friday, June 24, 2016

Working Mom Tip: Save Time With Chick-Fil-A Catering

Chick-Fil-A Catering #ChickFilAMom

Lack of time is the #1 complaint that I receive from working moms. I share their frustration. There are so many things that we need to do, have to do, and want to do. And those things, those obligations,  make it hard to get everything done.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Wordless Wednesday: Mommy Time!

"Mommy Time"


First, let me apologize for my delinquent posting. A lot has been going on in my world and I am just trying to catch up! (When the White House comes a calling you show up! Click here for more about that.) 

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Tuesday Tip: Free Dessert at Chick-Fil-A (#ChickFilAMom)



Working moms are always looking for a way to do it all. Utilizing nutritious fast food options is one way to give your family healthy food without slaving over a stove. If you're in Pittsburgh and looking for what to serve for dinner check out Chik-Fil-A at the Waterfront because it's FAMILY NIGHT!!!

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Working Mom Tip: Value Your Sleep (a guest post by Casper representative)

Sleeping mom
 “If you go to Google and type in “Why am I…” Do you know what is the most common autocomplete? “Why am I so tired?”

How do you like the above photo?! OK, it's entirely for effect. Clearly since I snapped it myself, I wasn't actually asleep at my desk. Indeed, there's no way that could happen since my phone rings around the clock. That said, there are days when I am really tired. I like to call them Mondays...

Friday, June 10, 2016

I Cannot Wait For The United State of Women Summit! (#UnitedStateofWomen)


I was excited when I learned that I had been selected to attend “The United State of Women Summit” because gender equality is up my alley and its sponsored by the White House. Also, I covered the first inauguration on a Media Pass, the first I ever received for writing this blog. And I vowed to attend an official event about women under this administration. I was disappointed that I missed  “The White House Summit On Working Families” in 2014—like seriously disappointed.

The fact that it occurred, and the conversation occurred without me, bothered me for months. I want to be a part of those types of national conversations so that I can listen and hopefully contribute. It still disappoints me as I type it…

Being selected to attend “The United State of Women Summit” (the "Summit") helps me feel better  though.  I am also proud of how I was selected.