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Carrie Maldonado – Writer

Freelance writer, wordsmith, and novelist

Women of my generation were taught that we can have it all, but no one told us how hard it would be once we got it!

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They say when you’re on your deathbed, you will never look back and say ‘I wish I would have worked more’. I totally understand and appreciate the thought behind this sentiment but I also resonate with other thinkers and writers who give examples of when this might not be true. To summarize…if you are engaged …

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Somewhat unbelievably, today is my daughter’s fourth birthday. I know I’m not the only mom to wonder where the time went. I typically overlook milestones in my life, because I’m usually too busy to properly celebrate (I’m working on it) but last night I got a little misty-eyed, recollecting the 96 HOURS of labor leading …

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For those of you who live in the United States, or Canada, or Earth, you may be aware that there was this lottery brouhaha going on during the last few weeks, where the Power Ball jackpot grew to eclipse the GNP of small nations (at least Greece, anyway). People were lining up to win what …

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