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A day off for a working mom? Never. The only thing a working mom has the day off from is her job. We use our personal time and vacation time for virtually everything but a vacation. Today is an example … Continue reading

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Could you use extra $$ to help with the household budget? How about gift cards to use to purchase gifts without breaking the bank, especially with Christmas less than six months away!  There are ways to make extra $money$ on … Continue reading

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The face of the workplace continues to change with more and more women either returning to work, working for the first time, or being promoted to positions of power within their companies. It has been my experience that the more … Continue reading

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By tradition we have been taught that working outside the home is a sin, a disgrace.  We are made to feel guilty, ashamed, less of a wife and mother.  Made to feel a need to hide the fact that we … Continue reading

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“She seeks wool and flax, and willingly works with her hands… She makes linen garments and sells them, and supplies sashes for the merchants… She perceives that her merchandise is good… She considers a field and buys it; From her … Continue reading

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In the middle of a large-deadline-approaching-project my phone rings: “Hello? Mrs. Richardson? Yes… “KJ” just threw up… Okay, one of  us will be there in a few minutes to pick him up..” No questions asked. Our son is sick and … Continue reading

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There are mothers who work out of necessity not desire. Mothers who are unfulfilled in the workplace, who feel emptiness, sadness, stress and even anger. Whose hearts are at home and whose desire is to serve God and their family. … Continue reading

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