I’ve had several people send me articles about new research on Harvard Business School women, and the various factors that might have held back their careers (here’s one from the New York Times).
The upshot: female graduates and male graduates have equal ambitions. This is true even after the graduates start families. But over time, women are less like… read more »
For years, I sang in a choir called the Young New Yorkers’ Chorus. It was all 20- and 30-somethings. Youthful voices blend together well, and it was a pleasure making music with such a crisp, clear sound. We commissioned lots of new music from young composers too. I left the choir when we moved to Pennsylvania, but I’m still the president of the board of trus… read more »
I have a few essay-style posts on more meaty topics planned for later, but this week has not been good for writing them. Too much other stuff due and going on in general.
So today I’ll close out the week with a few thoughts.
Today is my birthday! It’s been a full year, and a good year. I treated myself to some solo holiday shopping this morning, and I’m getting… read more »
In Their Own Sweet Time, I have a list of 10 ways parents can enjoy kid time more. One of them is to chaperone kid excursions. As a few Mosaic Project participants pointed out to me, regular during-the-day school volunteering is tough for working parents. Some did it, but for many people, an every-Tuesday-at-10-am commitment isn’t going to fly. Chaperonin… read more »
My take-away from my Fast Company essay on working after the kids going to bed being shared 25,000 times: There are a lot of us out there catching up on things at 10 p.m. Such a “split shift” — some work during the day, evenings off with the family, then some work at night — is often the key to getting it all done. You log the hours, but you see your fam… read more »