Monthly Archives: January 2012

Guilt, Guilt Go Away

After I had my first child, a new feeling boldly stole center stage in my life - guilt. As my maternity leave came to an end I was faced with the dreaded “return to work” day. How could I possibly choose to spend my days working instead of home with my beautiful child? I was a horrible person. Not to mention how utterly terrible I was for sending my daughter to daycare all day. I quickly became obsessed with the number of hours she spent outside of my care – if I drop her off at 8 and pick her up at 5 she is spending 9 hours at school. How selfish of me for wanting a career! read more »

Welcome 2012 – Welcome Change

Coming into the 2nd work week of 2012, I feel refreshed and excited about the opportunities that lie ahead both personally and professionally.  One of my goals for the year is to write more so here I go. 

In reflecting on 2011, one thing stood out for me – many unexpected surprises- the biggest being a new baby in October.  During my maternity leave, I took some time to think about “change” and how it has been a driving force in both my personal and professional life. read more »