What ‘Black-ish’ Got Right About Pregnancy Discrimination
ABC's sitcom “Black-ish” was on point for its nuanced take on pregnancy discrimination in the workplace.
The Joys of Being An African American Mom: An #MBIBMoms Twitter Chat with MyBrownBaby
Not everything about being an African American mom is about race. Sometimes, the little things confound and bring great joy.
Parenting While Unemployed: Learning To Conquer Doubt and Be Inspired
One mom chronicles the serious challenges she faces while searching for a job, among them, finding the strength to parent through unemployment.
What Blazing Your Own Trail Feels Like and Other Revelations from a Sometimes Okay Writer/Wife/Mother
When it comes to motherhood and work, blazing your own trail is possible—and necessary.
The Working Mom’s Survival Kit: 15 Ways to Make Life More Manageable
Be clear: I CAN NOT do it all. But this has a few tricks up her sleeve to make what I can do a little easier.
Started From the Bottom and Now I’m Here?
Being the best in the room is great—until you realize you can't grow.
We #StandWithChirlane: Telling the Truth About Balancing Work & Motherhood
Hello, NY Post? The '50s called—they want their stereotypical mom tropes back.
My Biggest Competition Is THIS Woman. Who’s Yours?
This woman represents the standard by which I measure my happiness, efforts and achievements—alternately scaring and inspiring me.
Lean In and Have It All—Finding Work/Life Balance, YOUR Way
Being a good mom and wife and leading a purpose-driven life is important to moms. Tracey Michae'l Lewis-Giggetts explains how she balances the three.
New Year’s Resolutions: More of This in 2014, Please
I don't have any big resolutions—no vows to lose weight or eat better or sock away extra money or take any fancy trips. But I do have a few things I want. These are they.