LEARNING LAB: Being a Parent and Woman in the Working World — Balancing Both and Finding Your Passion

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Name: LEARNING LAB: Being a Parent and Woman in the Working World — Balancing Both and Finding Your Passion
Date: September 19, 2018
Event Description:
Finding your passion and becoming the career woman you want to be can be challenging when you’re putting so much of yourself into raising your children.  Join Megan Thornburg and Happy Bambino and explore how to find that passion again (or for the first time!) and how to keep your sanity while doing the same for your kids. We’ll tackle subjects like society and the working woman, how to be involved in your kids’ lives without sacrifing your career, how to find that elusive “spark” and finally, how to pass that wisdom on to your children.
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, September 19, 6:15-7:15 pm
Contact Information:
(608) 286-3150
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