According to the UK poll that surveyed 2000 mums, a further 30 percent said thanks to crappy conditions, they’ve had to stop expressing altogether. This content was originally published here.
“It’s natural to want to have kids, but, sorry, you can’t have it both ways. You have to commit to either career or family,” Gene Simmons says This content was originally published here.
Opting out of contracted employment appears to be less a lifestyle choice and more of a last resort. This content was originally published here.
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BBC One’s short film Wonderland has sparked outrage among viewers who say it makes working mums feel guilty. This content was originally published here.
Entrepreneur is synonymous with disruptor, risk-taker and outlier. But entrepreneurship is more than a handful of dynamic personality traits. It is the defining theme of economic growth in the past 20 years and by many estimates, entrepreneurship will further define the next generations as they shape and reshape our economy. Just as entrepreneurship has become essential to what it means to work and succeed, so has it become what many women mean by work and success. In the past two decades, the number of female-owned businesses has more than doubled. So why are so many women striking out on their […]
“The tsunami is coming!” The warning cry of a neighbor set Chieko’s family in motion following the immense earthquake that shook their Ishinomaki home on March 11, 2011. As they gathered necessities, her autistic son, Daiki, refused to budge, so Chieko’s husband hoisted him on his back. As they raced from their house on foot, Chieko looked back to see the roiling ocean spilling toward them. They ran to a nearby apartment building where top-floor residents invited them inside. “We’re so thankful that we ran on foot because our car was washed away,” says Chieko by e-mail. “It was so […]
Christian blogger claims working mums are terrible parents for THESE reasons 13 December 2018, 11:06 | Updated: 13 December 2018, 13:38 US blogger Lori Alexander’s ‘ignorant’ chart about employed mothers has sparked outrage A Christian blogger from the US has caused controversy after posting a handwritten flowchart criticising working mothers on Facebook. Lori Alexander, who blogs under the name The Transformed Wife, blasted mums who have jobs for feeding their kids ‘microwaved meals’ and not being there to ‘teach them about Jesus’. She added that their lives must be “falling apart” and that they don’t feel they are good wives […]
2. Remote check-in, or at least via kiosks. Airlines have figured this out; why can’t pharmacies? If customers enter their own info, the one pharmacist working doesn’t have to. She can focus on getting your prescriptions. 3. Prescription sync-up. Some kids’ vitamins are available by prescription only. And maybe you or your partner rely on prescriptions year-round How annoying is it when you run out of one just a couple days before the next prescription is ready for pickup? If the pharmacy coordinated renewing each member of your family’s meds at the exact same time, you and their workers would […]