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  1. Great post Laura. A difficult situation for you, and for all working Mum’s. There are no easy answers X

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  2. Rebecca mills

    Lovely post. Working women everywhere deserve so much respect. We all walk a fine line…

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  3. Oh, Laura, those words tugged at my heartstrings, too. I can only imagine how they torment you, the mama. No easy choices here, I know, but I love it that you are following your dreams and your instincts, too, and that you are taking this one step at a time. Sometimes, when finances feel tight, and I’m feeling a little insecure about this whole entrepreneurial adventure, I think about going back to work, too. And then, I look at my life and I feel pretty prosperous without the extra cash. I love it that we have the spaciousness to change our minds. Gorgeous look, indeed. You ALWAYS inspire me to get out of my sweats and into ‘my style.’

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  4. Belinda Breen

    I love your style, Laura! I don’t have kids, but I was raised by a single-mom who worked full time. I can tell you that I learned a lot about the strength of women by watching my mother. She hardwired in me a beautiful sense of self. I think the fact that she worked so hard brought my me, my sisters and her closer together.

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