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The Daily Dance of the Working, Single Mom

Today is International Women’s Day. A celebration whose origin lies over a century ago, to initially honor women who went on strike to protest their working conditions. It’s also commonly known as “Working” Women’s Day. And, as a single working mother, today’s post reflects on the choreography it takes to master such a title. Warm Up […]

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The D Word

The D Word: An Outsider’s Perspective

Last year I lost my sister-in-law to the D-word.  Divorce. It was unexpectedly jarring. My brother was too ashamed to tell us what was happening. Too ashamed to tell us he’d been sleeping in his car.  Too ashamed to tell us that he’d been staying at her best friend’s house. Too ashamed to tell us […]

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