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That Mother is An IEW…Are You?

If you are in life stage: Working Hard for No Money Posted April 18th, 2013
By Kathryn Sollmann
Our society is quick to label. We attach labels to people according to schools attended, degrees received, family pedigree, address, socioeconomic standing, sports children play and more. Some of the more divisive labels relate to a woman’s choice of whether…

5 Smart Career Moves for Stay-At-Home Moms

If you are in life stage: Working Hard for No Money Posted April 2nd, 2013
By Kathryn Sollmann
Most women who leave the workforce for family reasons don’t intend to be a volunteer forever. Whether your plan is to return to the workforce in five years or in ten, you have to stay current with the business world,…

Manage Your Time and Your Sanity

If you are in life stage: Working Hard for No Money Posted March 26th, 2013
By Kathryn Sollmann
Time management isn’t just an issue for busy executives. When you’re in the volunteering stage of your work-life it is a much needed skill. Volunteers often over-extend themselves and also feel that they should be able to complete 99 tasks…

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