Lose the Guilt, Working Moms

by dsnider 19. February 2014 09:48
Debra Snider addresses the insidious guilt issue that too often arises for working moms, which she thinks is both misplaced and a waste of your valuable time. When you make thoughtful, informed choices for yourself and your family, and then own those choices, you can lose both the guilt and its even uglier flip side, the need to belittle other women’s different choices. How? Read Debra’s newest blog post. [More]

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Debra Snider | Suit Yourself | Working Moms

Networking in a New City

by admin 25. November 2013 21:49
When you move to an unfamiliar city and literally don’t know a soul, unconventional methods of branching out may need to be taken. Don’t let the challenge of being in a new city prevent you from the new people and new opportunities that await. Click here to read on

Dear Jane: My Pro Bono Case Means Non-Billable Hours

by 352admin 28. February 2013 11:51
Dear Jane, I am assigned to a pro bono matter that looks like it will go to trial. While I am thrilled to be getting such great experience, I am worried that I’ll be dinged at compensation time because of the large number of non-billable hours that I have accumulated. Signed, Not Much I Can Do Now [More]

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