Who’s That Lady?
Welcome to With Love, Becca!
I named my site after myself, obnoxious right? But it makes for an easy introduction. I’m Becca – funny mom, career coach, and storytelling enthusiast. Thanks so much for stopping by my little corner of the internet for some laughs and career inspiration!
With Love, Becca is a parenting humor and career development site that revolves around telling great stories. We will chat here about the crazy ride of parenting, the realities of adulting, some serious 90s nostalgia, and career development. Since I love all of this so much, I’m also a freelance writer featured on Motherly, Her View From Home, Sammiches & Psych Meds and Erma Bombeck’s Writers’ Workshop.
The Home Team
Before we go any further, let’s get to know the rest of the home team and stars of this show.
Glen: Patient husband, awesome dad, can bench press the whole family
Jack: 3 year old son, tells good jokes, asks lots of questions
Norah: 2 year old daughter, prankster, amazing hair
Careers and Parenting Humor?
Career advice and laughing can go together. I promise! I have spent the past decade working in higher education with a focus on career services. In that time I’ve helped MBA students figure out how to do more of what they love using a variety of career development tools and frameworks. We’ll bring those lessons here and connect them with funny relatable stories that make the scary prospect of figuring out what you want to be when you grow up less intimidating. Here’s a prime example!
Really want to dig in with the career development piece? Head over to learn more about the Facebook group Your Swivel Story.
For more on why I started this blog check out my first post Hopes, Dreams, & the DMV. (Cliff notes: I loved to write, and I wasn’t writing, and that was crazy.) And then head over to the Best Of page. My mom read those ones and she thought they were “fine.” If you agree, head over to the Subscribe page to get our weekly newsletter.
See you on Mondays and Thursday for a quick read and a good laugh!
With love and a little self-deprecation,