From the Road Warriorette homefront….

a book cover of two babies

Change is in the wind here at Road Warriorette HQ. What kind of change, you ask? Well, the exciting but unexpected kind. The oh-my-goodness-how-did-we-get-into-this-but-isn’t-it-awesome kind. The double trouble kind. That’s right. We are expecting twins. As in, two babies at once, taking our family from three to five. The blessed event is happening this summer.…

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My experience with balancing business travel and family: a response to Daily Worth

There is always a lot of discussion about balancing work and family as a woman, but lately it seems I can’t check my Facebook or Twitter feed without seeing a new perspective. It started with Sheryl Sandberg’s famous (infamous?) Lean In, then the realistic yet depressing piece by Anne-Marie Slaughter “Why Women Can’t Have It…

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Watch your step!

a yellow house with a red fence

The Home Warrior and I travel to South Texas a few times a year to visit my grandmother.  There is a lot of interesting stuff to look at on thisdrive because there’s so much open land.  Two of my favorites are the huge wind farm in Raymondville, and the King Ranch which is one of…

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A Day in the Life

a group of men smiling and hugging

Beep. The time is 3:30am. Why is my phone making that hideous noise? Oh yeah. I’ve got a trip today, which means it’s time to get out of bed.  The good news is I packed the night before so I only have a few things to do to get ready.  The bad news is I packed…

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