motherhood in academia

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Work-life balance is “everyone’s issue”

Summary: In this report, Kelly Wallace, CNN’s digital correspondent and editor-at-large covering family, career and life, and a mother of two girls, interviewed President Obama about the summit the White House is holding on issues affecting working families. A recent Pew Survey showed that working fathers, like majority of working women, find work-life balance a challenge and … Continue reading

The days are long, but the years are short.

Today is a particularly rough day juggling 2 toddlers, potty training, house chores, writing and researching new materials. After a long dinner, I’ve given in to my inner voice and resolved to turning on the TV to DisneyJr. to keep my kids engaged while I take some much needed me time to write and blog … Continue reading

Should You Have a Baby in Graduate School? (via Scoop.it)

I can’t tell you the answer. But I do know this: The decision belongs to you, not the chair of your dissertation committee. Continue reading

Channelling writing into another avenue (A. S. CohenMiller)

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