Recently a guy friend of my husband expressed to him that he "...thought I was a 'go-getter' and was surprised I was no longer working."
When did being a SAHM mean you were no longer a go-getter? (Definition of a "go-getter" = a person who acts and gets things done.)
I've actually never stopped being a go-getter...HECK, I've actually been more of a go-getter as a SAHM than I ever have been. Even when our daughter sleeps, I'm doing something. I'm going, going, go----going.
So why does society related being a stay-at-home-mom as a less than motivating thing for a woman to do? Here's what I say to that - being a SAHM should be defined as a Go-Getter.
original post: http://frommarketertomommy.blogspot.com/2011/02/go-getter.html