Career Corner Archive
Do you focus on your high payoff activities? High payoff activities are actions that make you squirm just a little. Here's how to tackle them.
When questioned about what to tell her girls about working and motherhood at the Atlanta Catholic Business Conference, Dr. Mary Wallace ponders her answer. Was it enough? What would I tell the girls about the
Christina M. Weber offers tips for helping your mom business and your family finances to flourish.
Christina Weber offers biblical role models to inspire and inform today's "mompreneurs".
Having issues balancing work, family life, and relationships? Christina Weber offers some terrific, practical advice to keep life on track.
If you clicked on over to this post looking for tools and tips for moms who are working outside the home, then thanks for stopping by! You’re simply the best. But now I have an apology and,
Ouch! That old but familiar “comparing bug” stung me again. Yikes! It feels like a swarm of ants— only 100 times more irritating, nipping at my self-esteem. It’s been a while since I’ve seen him. I first
The Gospel of Luke gives us a clear definition of who our neighbor is, and how we are called to love our neighbor, illustrated by Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan. What a great reminder that our
I admit it. I enjoyed the last couple of weeks in my quiet office. While the kids were in school, I roamed the house with a cup of tea and a laptop in search of a change
One of the greatest gifts of being an entrepreneur is the opportunity to flex your financial muscles. It’s also one of the greatest challenges for me personally. In fact, many entrepreneurs make the decision to start their
There are lots of people talking and writing about maintaining work life balance these days. They talk about trying to do it all and yet still give ample attention to every area of your life. Yeah, sure.
Edith Stein, otherwise known as St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, is a ROCKSTAR woman! She is someone who both worked, while understanding and acting on her feminine dignity and beauty. As a phenomenologist, St. Teresa Benedicta
How old were you when you first started comparing yourself to friends and competing with them for attention? It’s a habit women develop at an early age – and for many of us, it takes root in
The day finally came when it was time to pack up the majority of my office suits. They used to be so important to my daily life that they had the privilege of living in their very
What comes to mind when you think of “temperance”? Designated drivers downing pints of O’Douls or virgin daiquiris? The thrill of moral victory from leaving that last bite of chocolate cake on the plate? Lent? The other