5 examples of My Mental Load

What is a Mental Load you ask?? “Largely invisible work of remembering and noticing.” -Marie Levey-Pabst 1. Noticing household tasks that need to be done. Such as light-bulbs, batteries, garbage, snow removal, laundry, dishes, etc. 2. Taking care of finances. This includes but is not limited to paying bills, managing our bank accounts and filing […]

Working My Business

I have an early day today.  I am waking up at the same time, but only have about an hour to do what I want before I have to get ready to leave for work.  There is an all day training today, it occurs once a month.  For this training, I have to be at […]

What Works Wednesday: Professional Life

I had a conversation with a participant in a training yesterday, that was the same as a conversation I had with a parent at a playgroup yesterday and it gave me the idea for this post. Whatever the reason for it, some of us Moms don’t stay at home.  Could be financial, emotional, social or […]