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Trish Morrison
Trish Morrison, MBA is the founder and CEO of MomCom Life, an inspiration and event platform which fosters community and connection between mothers and challenges us to shift the paradigm of work by putting families first. Trish lives in Austin, Texas with her hot firefighter husband, Homero Garcia and their brilliant daughter Delilah. She is a proud feminist who can be found on Twitter at @atxtrish and @MomComLife

Entries by Trish Morrison

5 Business Lessons Learned While Biking With a Kindergartener

(0) Comments | Posted April 16, 2014 | 12:38 PM

Now that the weather is changing, I've started picking my daughter up from school on my bike. She still isn't ready to ride on her own, so we use a trail-a-bike until she gets used to pedaling and riding on busy streets by herself. During our adventures, I've found...

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My Date With Depression

(3) Comments | Posted April 9, 2014 | 2:30 PM

Some mornings I wake up to find that Depression has snuck into my bedroom and wrapped his arms around me at night, refusing to let go. I'm too tired or too overwhelmed to kick him out, so I welcome him. I let him disrupt my life, even though I know...

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Ban Bossy Debate Marginalizes Real Issues for Women and Work

(19) Comments | Posted April 4, 2014 | 6:45 PM

We're picking hash tag sides again. This time it's #BanBossy versus #EmbraceBossy. In the past we've had #LeanIn and #OptOut. #SAHM versus #WorkingMother helped create the so-called #MommyWars.

While it's helpful to raise awareness of real issues facing women and girls, Sheryl Sandberg's #HashTagGospel needs to be seen for...

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Why I'm Glad My Daughter Goes to an All-Girls School

(7) Comments | Posted December 9, 2013 | 5:14 PM

My daughter Delilah is six and since starting Kindergarten she has come home almost every day with another bruise, bump or scrape. This makes me quietly happy and tremendously proud. It's not that I want Delilah to get hurt. I am grateful that for six years she has lived a...

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