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The Reality of Motherhood is That Sometimes You Have to Put Your Work on Hold

Mostly, I’m going to just enjoy being a mom.

Motherhood is one of the greatest reasons to push pause on a career, but it’s still hard to do sometimes, especially when you enjoy what you do. Photo provided by Sarah Seweryniak through Canva.

I’ve had a job where I’ve collected a paycheck since I was 16-years-old. The first time I had a break of more than two weeks was when I had my daughter four years ago.




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