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Coronavirus: Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Calm, Stay Kind — Episode #145

My family is currently working from home and practicing social isolation measures. We've been home from school and daycare and work since Thursday, March 12th. In this episode, I'll walk through why we're doing this, what the outbreak looks like, and what you can do to prepare.

The post Coronavirus: Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Calm, Stay Kind — Episode #145 appeared first on Startup Pregnant.

 

 

I Only Have 4 Hours of Childcare—Am I Doing Enough On My Business?

It's hard enough being a working mom—or a working parent—by the end of the day I'm usually hiding in an unmade bed somewhere, scarfing cookies while watching terribly trashy television like The Bachelor or The Voice and trying to find a quiet moment to myself. After 14 hours on non-stop duty from 5:00am until 7:30pm, my resilience and my willpower are depleted. But here's why it's important to not compare yourself to others around you as a new parent or a working mom.

The post I Only Have 4 Hours of Childcare—Am I Doing Enough On My Business? appeared first on Startup Pregnant.

 

 

Coronavirus: A Working Parent’s Prep Guide To Staying Safe and Sane During COVID-19

I've been talking a lot with friends and community members about what to do to prepare, whether or not we should be worried, and how best to deal with the coming disruptions that will likely happen to our daily life across both family and business. I wanted to take the time to share what I would do and how I'm preparing for the next three to nine months, especially if you're pregnant, giving birth, or a parent with small kids at home.

The post Coronavirus: A Working Parent’s Prep Guide To Staying Safe and Sane During COVID-19 appeared first on Startup Pregnant.

 

 

Should You Take That Online Course? How To Sign Up For The Right Courses (And Get Your Money’s Worth) — Episode #144

When it comes to online courses, it seems that we can learn anything these days through the power of the internet. But what courses should you take, and what do you do if you suffer buyer’s remorse? Here’s how I think about what to learn, when to invest in a course, and when to skip it. Also, my two cents on why it’s okay to only do a fraction of the course curriculum. If you learned what you came for, you got what you needed!

The post Should You Take That Online Course? How To Sign Up For The Right Courses (And Get Your Money’s Worth) — Episode #144 appeared first on Startup Pregnant.

 

 
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