Many women start to think about it before the ever get pregnant – will they continue working or will they be a stay-at-home mom. Ever since women were allowed to start working outside of the home, there’s been a debate on which one is better.
In this episode, we’re discussing the stigmas around working moms and stay-at-home moms and how we decided what works for us. But make no mistake, whichever choice you choose, we support. Moms play an important and amazing role everyday whether it’s at home or in an office!
What We’re Sipping on This Episode:
Jam Jar – Sweet White – Shara is the only one drinking a new wine this week and she choose to go the Moscato route! Jam Jar describes this Moscato as “flavors of peach, apricot, lychee and orange blossom.” According to Shara it’s sweet but not too sweet. She can tastes all the tasting notes and it comes in at 13,5% ABV so it’s a good enough drinking wine. Especially if you’re a Moscato fan.
About the Episode:
In this episode, the ladies tackle the “great debate” of stay-at-home versus working moms. Both Shara and Sasha have made the decision to work outside of the home. But make no mistake, they have a HUGE amount of respect for women who stay home.
Whether you are a working mom or a stay-at-home mom, the choice comes riddled with mom guilt. Working moms feel the guilt of not being around for their children and missing milestones. Stay-at-home moms feel the guilt of possibly not having a career or an identity outside of mom. No matter the choice, if it works for you, it works!
Resources from this Episode:
Moms: Working vs. Staying Home
Surprising Facts and Research About Stay-at-Home Moms
Working Moms Happier Than Stay-At-Home Moms, Study Finds
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