30 Things Working Moms Should Know By The Time They Hit 30
You can stand up for what you believe in.
You’ve learned to use your voice when it’s necessary. This goes for your kids, too. Heck, maybe it was because of your kids that you harnessed that inner spitfire. There’s nothing as ferocious as a mama bear. Whatever caused the awareness of your power to speak up, you harnessed it and have been better off for it. You don’t let things simmer under the surface, turning things toxic. You say what you need to and let it go. You’ve probably taught your kids the importance of doing the same. You’d never want to see them allow people to put them down, and you’ve worked out ways with them to peacefully but powerfully raise their own voices.