If you’re a mom on a family-focused career break, it may not feel like the time to set goals for yourself. It can even feel like the end of the big goals you’d previously set. But time out of the workforce is also an opportunity to build a more meaningful life that works for who you are today, the you with kids. Your career break doesn’t have to feel like getting lost on the path you’ve set for yourself. It can feel like a whole separate trip! In this week’s episode of the Money, Career & Motherhood podcast I talk about setting career break goals designed to rebalance the areas of your life while on break.
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About the host:
Janice Scholl is passionate about illuminating the money and work-life challenges women face through the stages of motherhood. Through her work she supports mothers in their quest to be financially empowered and use their skills, while being fully present for their children. She is host of the Money, Career & Motherhood podcast and a frequent speaker on the topics of motherhood & money, career breaks, and family finances. She’s also the founder of Strategic Sabbaticals, a program designed to amplify the growth and opportunity women find through a career break to ensure a successful return to paid work.