finding balance as a working mom

4 Fears of A Working Mom

4 Fears of A Working Mom

Being a working mom is like riding a roller coaster. There are good days, okay days and some very bad days. Some days you can go off to work and feel great about yourself, and other days you feel like a monster. Sometimes mom guilt looms over us and we have no clue how to shake it. I've been a working mom for about 7 years now, and even I still battle with fear from time to time.

Here are some of the worst fears I've experienced:

1) I'm missing out on my kids' lives

What being a working mom has taught me

What being a working mom has taught me

I grew up with two working parents. In my mind, my mom was Superwoman. The lady got up before everyone, went to bed after everyone, had a successful career and raised three children.

I have pleasant memories of running errands with her and also watching her at work. My mama can do no wrong.

Well, when I became a mom, I always knew that I wanted to pursue a career. I wasn’t quite sure which career, but I knew the stay at home life didn’t suit me. I’ve now been a working mom for almost 7 years, and here’s what I’ve learned: