Family and Career for Women?

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This blog is not getting the attention I’d hoped to devote to it.  I guess working part-time and raising children does not lend itself to hours of leisure for pursuit of interests and passions.

But today is a SNOW DAY here, so I have a few moments.  I’ve been looking into writing a post about “having it all,” in relation to Anne-Marie Slaughter’s Atlantic article, but haven’t had the time to organize everything.  So, since I have a little time today (until I’m distracted by children or chores), I’m going to try writing and disregard the fact that this will probably be a very convoluted rant when I’m done.

Slaughter wrote, referring to women working at the State Department, that it is much harder for a women who is working in the government to move her family to Washington D. C. when her husband works and she has children (with…

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