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Nov 8, 2017

Episode Summary: 

Today we have a very special guest with us.  Today I am going to interview my sister, Emily Jameson.  She’s a few years younger than I am, but she’s always been one of my parenting role models since she had four kids by the time I had my first.  She always has such a common sense advice for me, and she and I recently had a great conversation about technology as it relates to our kids, and I wanted to share that with you guys at home.

Emily is also one of those people who is rocking working parenthood.  She has four kids who range in age from 4-12.  And her husband often has to travel for work, so she’s managing all of that on her own a lot of the time. 

So that alone would be enough to make me fall apart by the end of the day.  But Emily also went back to school last year to become a nurse.  And then, on top of all of that, she gets up at 4:30 every, single morning to go to a Camp Gladiator fitness class.  I’ll have her share more about all of that, but seriously – my little sister is amazing.

Emily lives in Dallas with her family, so we generally have to catch up on the phone.  And there have been so many times when we’ll get to the end of the conversation and I’ll say “I wish we recorded that!”  So today I get to and I’m so excited! 

Show Notes:  http://WorkingParentResource.com/37

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About the Working Parent Resource: 

The Working Parent Resource is dedicated to helping career-driven moms and dads make more time for their kids, their marriages, and themselves without sacrificing their career. Sarah Argenal, the host of the Working Parent Resource Podcast, has her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy and Adult Development, and is a Certified Professional Coach with 20 years of experience in counseling, coaching, teaching, course development, and project management. You can access episode Show Notes and learn more about the Working Parent Resource at http://WorkingParentResource.com

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