An open question for professional moms.

Short post today, because I’m interested in (a) hearing from my readers and (b) gauging some experiences. Today, I open up the Collaborative Compound to working professional mothers (or working mothers in general). I have a few questions. 1. Do you feel it is possible in a professional environment to be a mother? 2. Have…

This Electronic Plantation is For The Children

I recently read an excellent book called “Arrest-Proof Yourself” by one Dale Carson, a former law enforcement officer turned criminal defense attorney.  Mr. Carson coined a term called “The Electronic Plantation,” which he used to describe the digitization of law enforcement records. The sum is this: Back when everything was in paper form, one could…

We were all dependent and neglected.

I became a parent in July of 2013.  It’s been one of the most joyous, stressful, awe inspiring, life changing events I’ve ever experienced.  My daughter is essentially the center of my world, and I do everything in life for her betterment. Being a parent is not an easy task.  There are countless books on…

On Child Support, and All Things With It

Sir, that child didn’t ask to be born.  You made the child, and now you will take care of the child, because it’s the right thing to do and the State says you must. Let’s talk about the process of child support in Tennessee.  There’s a dearth of discussion materials for this topic, but I…