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Advice from a Working Mom to her Daughter

I’ve learned so much over the last few years as a mother and career woman. It’s been hard, and I know for a fact that whatever road you choose — be it mother, wife, career woman, a combo, or something else — it will be hard for you too. But I want you to keep the following things in mind as you start your journey into the world, and one day — possibly find yourself in my shoes.




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