Christine’s blog has been named one of the best working mom blogs to follow for support, laughs and advice. All of Christine Michel Carter’s articles for other publications are housed here. From #blackgirlmagic to breastfeeding, Christine Michel Carter has covered it for major publications- including Forbes, TIME, Harper’s BAZAAR, Parents, Health, and Women’s Health.
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How To Help Your Kids Cope With Online Therapy As A Working Mom You should not be scared of Online Therapy; when you help your kids, it is just as effective as in-person therapy. When our kids start Online Therapy, it can sometimes be hard for them to begin to open up to
This post was written by Yasmine Decosterd, Founder of Crystal Wellness Company. I call the window of 3:30PM onwards “comatose parenting” because that’s honestly what it feels like most days. Finding the balance of what hours of the day to use for work vs homeschooling vs family time vs selfcare has been insanely
This topic is hard to discuss even for adults, so how do we talk to children about it so they can get a better perspective of Indigenous Peoples Day means for our history? Isn’t changing the narrative of something that happened centuries ago too woke? The historical revisionism of a national holiday is good.
Christine Michel Carter addresses the undiscussed problem of this exodus that threatens to erase all the gains women have made in management and senior leadership roles. For instance, researchers found evidence of women intending to leave their jobs at higher rates than men. When one digs deeper into the Labor Department’s data on women’s employment, it