30 Things Working Moms Should Know By The Time They Hit 30
You have a will or a Plan B.
This is macabre, sure, but you’ve thought about it. You’ve looked at those little people that depend on you and worried what would happen if you suddenly weren’t there anymore. In your younger years you probably felt invincible, like all those tragedies in news stories could never happen to you. Now, though, you know that the world is a big, unpredictable place. You’d never want to leave your family, but if the worst were to happen you’ve figured out what they should do next. You probably try not to think about it often, but in some file or surreptitiously placed folder it’s there in case it’s ever needed.