Dear Kendall County Woman reader,
In my career, which spanned several decades, one of the things that I learned early on was very difficult was the management of my family vs. career. No working woman has ever said otherwise, I’m sure.
We have these pressures surrounding our careers, to perform, to achieve, to prosper…and at the same time we have this biological pull to our children and families. And especially when you have young children. Balancing boardroom meetings with ballet recitals is a miserable situation, and I dare say that many, many of you readers have found yourself in the exact same situations.
Hollie Sanchez, our cover story this month, is one such woman.
Pulled between her passion for architecture and her desire to grow and proper her career, she was caught in a situation of having to balance those wishes and desires and figuring out the best path for her young family. You’ll be pleased to read her story and know that…it all turns out just like you’d have hoped.
From there, we’ve got mountains of other information relevant to you! From fashion images from our friends at Fiancee Bridal to some interesting information on Pre-Nup arrangements, to Parks and Rec, to Music Calendars. There’s a little bit of something for everyone in this issue.
That said, we’re always on the lookout for more information. Know a great story? Work with an interesting group of people? Do you know a person with a great compelling adventure story? If so, we want to hear about them! Please don’t be shy – drop me a note via the email to the right and let’s start a conversation. Virtually everything in this magazine originates from YOU, the reader, and I love that about the magazine. So look around, think about your friends and their stories, and then let’s chat!
Welcome to summer! This time last summer was not exactly the best, so I hope that you absolutely cherish this wonderful season of summer and make the best of it!
Peggy Schooley, Publisher
Kendall County Woman Magazine