Stop Telling Moms What to Do During a Global Pandemic

Women – specifically moms – are leaving the workforce in record numbers as the Covid-19 global health pandemic rages on. It’s now been deemed a national crisis and framed by media as “shocking,” “devastating,” and “a trend that could set women back decades.” You know what else is setting moms back decades? People telling us […]

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CODE RED

How ironic this picture showed up today on my Facebook memories because yesterday we got a dose of reality. That the innocence my post from five years ago mentions, is something that as parents you come to terms with being lost; the innocence of children to be able to live freely without worry. To embrace […]

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A DIFFERENT WAY TO THINK ABOUT WORKING MOTHERHOOD

What if it were completely possible to be a working mom and no longer feel stressed out? What if feeling stressed out was actually a choice, rather than a requirement of working motherhood? When I first asked myself those questions last year, I was not yet ready to believe them. At the time, I had […]

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Intentional Plans. Unpredicted Outcomes

One month from today I will be thirty-nine. It didn’t hit me until this afternoon when I was thinking about this year and how challenging yet how wonderful it has been. I had incredibly high hopes for this year and even penned those hopes in a piece titled, This is…38, where I detailed 38 intentions […]

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SURVIVING MOTHERHOOD

Hey mama, let me ask you a question…In those dark moments of motherhood, have you ever wished there was a non-judgmental, objective and open-minded person that could tell you that everything is going to be ok? I certainly did and still do. After all those years in school, two engineering degrees and an MBA with […]

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Motherhood My Way

When my husband and I announced our pregnancy with Atlas, we received so much love and congratulations. It felt amazing for our tribe to band together in support of Derek and I taking this next step in building our family. It was a dream come true. Alongside those congratulatory remarks came many comments declaring that […]

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Working Motherhood, A Journey of Strength

Hey there beautiful Working Mamas, my name is Jacqueline Farkas, I am a Working Mom, Founder and Marketing Consultant at Working Mamas Community. I live in North San Diego, California with my husband, almost 3-year-old son and our 5-year-old French bulldog. I’m an extrovert, Enneagram Type 1 (I thrive on connecting with others) a creative, […]

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MOTHERHOOD JOURNEY

My journey to motherhood lacks the tears, perseverance, and honor that comes with a mother who struggles with infertility. I don’t wear those battle scars, but I admire those who do. Because of some things in my history, I thought for sure that would be me. But it wasn’t. I’ve watched family and friends sink […]

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How We Grow and Change in Motherhood, Career, and Life

I never contemplated not working. I probably contemplated not having kids more than not working. I graduated from Business school in 2005 and have worked pretty steady in corporate roles since that time. When I was in university, I used to imagine myself hurrying down a crowded downtown street with a laptop bag over one […]

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THE INFERTILITY CLUB

 I always wanted a big family. I am an only child so I always told myself I would have 2 or 3 kids so we can fill the house with chaos and love… While I never wanted to be married young I never thought twice about my life not going in the direction my dreams […]

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