30 Things Working Moms Should Know By The Time They Hit 30
But she can cut out toxic people like an axe.
Like Ariana, by your 30th birthday, the working mom shouldn’t have an issue with saying, “Thank you, next.” You’ve learned that your time is valuable. It’s too valuable to be taken up by people who won’t appreciate you. You know that constant negativity or uncompromising behavior can suck the joy out of you. You’re not down for that. You’ve got kids to be thankful for and joyful with. You’ve got a career that pays the bills. Really, you’ve got everything you need and a lot of the things you want when it comes down to it. When other people can’t be supportive of that mind-frame, you’re not afraid to put an end to the exchange.