Enough Time Moms: Redefining Perfect


I grew up in the 80s – big hair and all! I went to college knowing I could do whatever I wanted. I was also bombarded with the message of being the perfect wife, mother, executive, daughter, sister, friend and so much more. I could bring home the bacon AND fry it up in the pan! Those were the messages of my younger days.

So it was surprise when I got married that I was going to finish graduate school and work and clean and cook and entertain and volunteer and, and, and ….. I hear my friends talk about it being to much. Honestly, who cares that we have and do all these things if we’re hating every minute of it?

Join me today at Enough Time Moms as we discuss how toredefine perfect so we can actually enjoy what we have.

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Author: Sara

Sara is a life-long dreamer, creating a list of things she wants to do "someday". Realizing there is no "someday" on the calendar she's taking the steps to make her somedays a reality. Between saving for retirement and college and paying for all the usual things, many women find that they're often putting their hopes and dreams on hold. Saving For Someday is Sara's way of encouraging women everywhere to find ways to save on the ordinary so they can do the extraordinary. Sara is also a licensed attorney and writes about legal issues affecting bloggers, content creators and online professionals. This blog is for informational purposes only. You can also find me on Google+