Just a Plain Jane Catholic
Writer, Editor, Yenta
Women's Issues, Spirituality, Motherhood
A LITTLE PENCIL
And a big mouth. Punctuated by prayer. I'm a freelance writer and contractor for both secular and spiritual organizations. Over the years, I've been a research associate, an autism services aide, an executive director for a non-profit, a fundraiser (friend-raiser), an event planner, and even a chaplain at a mental institution! Yes, it's a little disjointed. But amid all the work, my husband and I raised eight wonderful children. Multi-tasking is my middle name, and I am lean and mean with a budget. I have mastered the art of juggling multiple priorities, and focusing the attention of "small" people on the big picture. So, sure, motherhood might not count much on a resume. But... how else do you become the Queen of the Possible?
A Few Clips
Yet, in the life of nearly every woman I know, there comes a point where she feels that she is drowning. There are too many demands on her time, and she senses she is lost in the details of her life. Misunderstood in the workplace, taken for granted by immediate family and overwhelmed by the details of the serious problems around her, modern women face difficult challenges.
The Essential Woman,