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Recently a friend asked me about all my late night internet sessions. When I responded that I was writing a blog, networking and researching ways in which to break into freelance writing, I sensed a snickering tone. “I gotta hand it to you,” she remarked, “You sure are creative with all of these ventures.”
Perhaps I was being overly sensitive, but I had a feeling my friend thought I was a little unfocused and inconsistent in my professional life. I've come a long way in my ability to disregard what others think, but I was still a little hurt by her words.
The truth is, as a stay-at-home-mom for the past 3 years, I have struggled with
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