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    Meet Shannon! 10 Questions for a Fashionable Mom

    Meet Shannon! 10 Questions for a Fashionable Mom

    Q. What is your name, age and profession?
    A. Shannon Green, 34, Director for Global Engagement on the National Security Staff

    Q. What as your journey into motherhood?
    A. My journey into motherhood started with my  niece and nephew. Up until that point, I knew  that I wanted to have kids, some day, but I  didn’t feel a sense of urgency. Once I fell head  over heels for them, it was only a matter of  time. My husband and I had been together 11  years when we started to try to get pregnant  with our first child

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    Being a Working Mom is Not a Selfish Act

    Being a Working Mom is Not a Selfish Act
    As I continue to read the articles and opinions that pop up each week on the topic of working motherhood, I’m struck by something often missing from these conversations: working motherhood is a) not always a choice and b) even when it is optional, it’s not a selfish act.

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    Embrace Your Space! Work Can Be a Good Break from the Kids

    Embrace Your Space! Work Can Be a Good Break from the Kids
    I am going to admit it right here publicly, without guilt: one of the major benefits of working is getting a break from your darling children. Oh yes, we working moms have CRAZY amounts of guilt about leaving our kids each day for our jobs, and constantly re-assess if it is worth it, whether that is for a few hours each week or full-time-plus and whether it is working from our home office or traveling to the other side of the world. But I truly believe it is ok to ENJOY escaping to…I mean going to… work.

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    Business Travel and Baby: A Survival Guide

    Business Travel and Baby: A Survival Guide
    For many working moms, business travel is a necessity of the job. It can be a welcome opportunity for some “me time” or it can bring on separation anxiety. For me, I usually experience some combination of these emotions when I travel without my little one.

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    Winter Brings Snowflakes, Cocoa and…Guilt?

    Winter Brings Snowflakes, Cocoa and…Guilt?
    The stomach flu hit our house twice last winter (any other mother's dreading the shift to winter in anticipation of the onslaught of illness??) and we fell like dominoes; first my husband, then me and then my toddler daughter. You have been there right? Comforting each other, lots of (icky) cleaning up, crackers and water the meal of choice for days.

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