Ann Landers

"It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings."

The one thing I always wanted growing up was to be a mom. As a little girl, dreaming of my future life and family it was very clear - find love, marry, grow our family. As an adult, that path took a backseat to my career in Project Management, and was a much longer journey than it was ever envisioned to be.

Today we roll with the chaos of raising a toddler, but strive to maintain a semblance of structure. For this, I do my best to use the same skills from my day job, modified for my family.

Follow my adventures as a first-time mother, full-time Project Manager, joining the two in "successful" parenting. (Whatever it is that successful looks like as a parent.)