Comedian Anne Marie Scheffler on Becoming “Suddenly Mommy”

When I was 4 years old, my aunt asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up and I remember saying without…

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Photographer Lucy Gray on her career, children, and new book Balancing Acts: Three Prima Ballerinas Becoming Mothers

The joy I found in being a mother gave me the drive and the confidence to try something new. As a writer I was…

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How Having a Kid is Like Getting a Packet of Joke Premises Every Week with Stand-Up Comic and creator of The Ugly Volvo, Raquel D’Apice

Raquel D’Apice is a comedian and humor writer who keeps a blog called The Ugly Volvo and just started a podcast called Kid/Life Crisis. If…

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Movement Based Artist Felicia Ballos On Connecting To The World Through Dance

“What I love most about dancing is that this is us, it is our bodies and minds connecting to the rest of the world.”…

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The Roles We Play: Between Acting and Motherhood

Three years ago, I got a voicemail congratulating me on winning a role in a play. The director told me when rehearsals were to…

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Playwright Coni Koepfinger on the magical process of writing

I have great power in my pen now, and I know that it is from the pure love that ebbs and flows from my…

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Classical Piano Teacher and Pianist Rachel Jimenez Created a Teaching Method to Inspire Students with the Classics

Whenever I find myself getting frustrated while teaching, I think of how I would like a teacher to work with my son, and that…

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Elana Gartner on the the best and worst of being a playwright

“A couple of years ago, I went to my son’s pre-school classroom to teach a small lesson on playwriting. I was probably more nervous…

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Writer Tirralan Watkins on creating her Hollywood mom blog

“I think my career goals continue to evolve. Having kids has made me realize that I want my work to be more flexible for…

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