Career Corner Archive
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
On any given Monday at 9:00 A.M, I can be found at my part-time job surrounded by several toddlers. Sometimes at least one is crying, and most of the time someone’s nose is leaking. They stumble around
What’s the secret to running a successful home based business? I am often asked this question and I find it funny because I never bothered to ask it myself when I opened my first home business at
The dangerous thing about a smart phone is that people can hurt you when you least expect it. It was a Saturday morning and I had just settled in the bleachers with my coffee to watch my
I am the first one to admit that I don’t always follow my own advice. I badger my boys to floss their teeth every night and then I plop into bed too tired to floss my own
A book review of “The Catholic Briefcase: Tools for Integrating Faith and Work” Would you go to the lion’s den for your faith? It’s not a rhetorical question. People are still dying for their faith in
Editor’s note: The following column is pulled from the archives of Heidi’s wonderful blog Extraordinary Moms Network. Enjoy! LMH Anyone re-entering the workplace after taking time to pursue other goals — college, family, or writing the next Great American Novel —
If you’ve been paying attention here on the blog, today’s Book Spotlight interview subject likely sounds familiar. Our friend Sarah Reinhard featured Faith at Work: Finding Purpose Beyond the Paycheck last week and we’re even giving you a
How to balance business and family without feeling guilty. When my first child was born, I had no idea what would accompany him into this world and forever embed itself in my mind and in my heart.
This week, I’m so happy to give you a chance to win a wonderful prize from our friends at SaintlyTees.com. Amy Leung, and Catholic Mom and the owner and talented designer at Saintly Tees shares the following