However I LOVE reading other people's "about me" sections, because I am curious who they are and what they are all about.
As you can guess from my blog's name, I am a part-time working mom.
This is (still) kind of a big deal for me, even if it has been going on for eight years now.
I used to be what you call a career woman who loved her job with the coffee company - the one I still frequent as a guest a lot - and her colleagues, whose life was busy, oftentimes overwhelming. But pretty much going according to plan.
Except I was also a woman who wanted to become a mom - but couldn't. For a long time. Until I could.
Then I was a mom. A mom to a baby boy whom she felt she had no clue how to "handle". Who was trying to resort to her familiar tools and techniques from the business world. Organize your day, you know. Make a plan and stick to it. Meet other mommies. Baby Colin didn't get that memo. He was hungry all the time. He pooped just when we were about to leave the house to go some place on a specific time. He didn't nap when he should. H*** he didn't nap at all. And guess what, neither did I.
If I hadn't been too tired I might have found blogging back then and you could read all about it. Instead I started to work for the airline. Busy job. Long commutes with C on the backseat. Gas station convenience food for dinner.
Then hubby's partner with the IT company they founded together when they were really young, died unexpectedly My husband who liked to be the un-bossy part of the duo had to take over from one day to the next. That's when I joined.
Now we both work at the same village we live at, we can walk to the office, we all get more sleep, we gave up frozen pizza, and I took up cooking, baking and crafting, especially for my favorite holidays like St. Patrick's Day, Halloween and other activities - think kid's birthday and Elf on the Shelf!
From time to time I even get some cleaning up and organizing done.
Up until a while I used to be on the board of a charity organization.
As of this year, I am a mom to a
You can find more random facts about me - like what I have in common with Albert Einstein, why I sometimes think living in Switzerland is hard - even though it IS a beautiful, peaceful country - or what I do on all the other days of the week.
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