This week we are deconstructing our conversation from last week with Sarah Argenal.  Here’s that episode. Sarah works in the fast-paced litigation world and is the founder of the Working Parent Resource.  She set plans in motion when she began her family to transition into a work from home mom.

Liz and Kate discuss:

  • the ups and downs of the myth that “it all goes to plan”
  • Where motherhood fits into our identities.
  • Embracing shifting priorities.
  • How routines help us get through the daily parenting tasks.
  • Where to find time for ourselves & partners.
  • What our self care looks like.
  • Study that women do more housework than their partners.

**Clarification & Updates: Sarah worked as a Litigation Support Analyst (not as a lawyer), we misspoke in the episode! As a recent update, she still continues to work in this field from home after the birth of her second child.**

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Quotables:

“It was a hard decision to stick with it.” – Kate Turza

“It’s so easy to lost track of priorities when you’re in the moment.” – Liz Sanicola

“It could be as simple as making eye contact and saying “I love you.”  – Liz Sanicola

“Self care…think small.” – Kate Turza