Life Post-Baby: Changing Your Views on Your Career

By Taylor Brown

Preparing for motherhood is no easy task, you’ve got diaper genies, breast pumps, teeny, tiny pairs of socks, highchairs, car seats, and things that you’ve never heard of but will inevitably be “life savers.”

You’ll hear the stories from other parents to help prepare you, but that will really just go into scaring you. […]

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Happy Spending

Today’s audio diary is called Happy Spending.

I want to ask you a question: do you know why most people, most working moms, will not go out and spend money on themselves, whether it’s an outfit, whether it’s a manicure, a facial or just going out for lunch?

The reason is because they’re stressed about the bills […]

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By MaryEllen Tribby

Many of us think we need to get dozens of things done each day. This includes completing all of our business tasks to taking our kids to baseball, as well as making dinner for the family.

This is why we feel so overwhelmed and are disappointed with our daily outcome most days.

The bottom line […]

Do As I Do

Today’s audio diary is called Do As I Do.

Last night I was watching the Yankee game, and you guys know that I love my Yankees. And of course, there’s this horrible controversy around A-Rod, everything he did with performance enhancing drugs and coming back and play.

Now, let’s just be very clear. The major league baseball […]

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Time Out is Not Just for Kids

Today’s audio diary is called Time Out is Not Just for Kids.

You know when we get busy with things, we tend to react more than we actually act. If your kids are older now or if they’re still young, what’s the reason you use to put them into time out? Or do you put your […]

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What’s A Working Mom Anyway?

By MaryEllen Tribby

“Mom, I get my drivers permit in just four months.”

This is a statement I hear from my soon to be 15 year old daughter Mikaela no less than ten times a day.

Frankly, I just can’t believe it. My oldest child will be driving in just four months! It seems like it was only […]

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Seven Tips I Learned About Working From Home – From My Working Mom

By Brian Edmondson

I was sweeping up in my mom’s hair salon, just like I had done dozens of times before. And my mom was sitting counting out the drawer. I remember the look of concentration on her face as she made sure that the right amount of money was there. She smiled up at me […]

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Create Your Ideal Life

By MaryEllen Tribby

I believe you get out of life what you put into it.

When you build support systems, prioritize tasks and make smart decisions, you will have the time and energy to lead the life you crave.

A couple of weeks ago I shared my minute-by-minute schedule and asked that you do the same.

I also […]

My Pet Peeve About Thanksgiving

By MaryEllen Tribby

Today is one of my favorite days of the entire year.

Truth be told, not so much because of the Pilgrims and Indians. Rather because it is the one day of the year that everyone should be conscious of how truly blessed they are.

Yet, so much of what we see is overeating and stress.

As […]

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MaryEllen Interviews Shelly Ehler

How a Working Mom Became a Successful Entrepreneur

Shelly Ehler, the owner/creator of Show No towels, is a former teacher from Ladera Ranch.  Married to Brian with two sons, Mark and Clark, Shelly started off sewing the towels at home, then added an employee, and eventually […]