What’s Your MommyWurk Story?

MommyWurk invites you to share your MommyWurk story. Whether you work in the home (SAHM), from home (WAHM) or outside the home (WOTHM), we all have a story to tell and we want to hear from you.

The top 3 most engaging, honest, humorous, heartfelt, and passionate100DaysOfRealFoof_book_cover_NYT_best_seller_number_1_521x590 stories will be posted to the MommyWurk blog.  The 1st Place winner will have the opportunity to become a guest blogger during the month of May, as well as receive a copy of one of our favorite meal planning books, 100 Days of Real Food. 

Please submit your written statement of 500 words or less or a video of 2 minutes or less to mommy@mommywurk.com.  All entries must be received by Tuesday,  March 31, 2015 at 11:59pm EST.  All winners will be chosen by April 15, 2015.

What’s your MommyWurk story?

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3 thoughts on “What’s Your MommyWurk Story?

  1. digidadnc says:

    Well, Although I’m not a Mommy I do work. However, that’s not always been the case as I was a stay-at-home Dad throughout my youngest children’s formative years. When I returned to the soul sucking corporate environment, I experienced a mixed range of emotions and learned a great deal about what I want to be when I grow up. Although I was grateful to have a job, I realized the corporate environment had changed and the competitive nature embedded in the culture consistently reminded me that “I work to live and don’t live to work”. Plus, the hour commute distanced me far too much from my amazing family. I recently resigned and am now a new employee in an organization closer to home (10 minute drive). Even though there are challenges because I’m new, it’s a step up and I can do what I love……..see my kids at lunch, pick them up from school from time-to-time, take them to karate, coach their baseball team and never…….ever…….again prioritize my own feelings of workplace identity over being there for things that really matter. Thankfully, I have a sugar momma who loves me enough to let me try and stand on the pedestal my children created. I hope I get there someday.

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