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Working Daughter Interview: Elizabeth Miller

Elizabeth Miller is the blogger behind Savvy Sandwicher. We admire her because she makes self-care a priority. Where and when do you feel most competent? I feel most competent on a Monday morning when I’m at the gym before work after having spent time with my immediate family and my mom over the weekend and […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Judith Henry

Judith Henry is an author and speaker. Her book, The Dutiful Daughter’s Guide to Caregiving: A Practical Memoir, is a fantastic read for any woman, or man, looking for practical suggestions and useful information about caregiving. Where and when do you feel most competent? Oddly enough, in a medical setting when advocating for someone I love. After becoming a […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Cathy Sikorski

Cathy Sikorski has been a significant caregiver for the last 25 years for seven different family members and friends. A published humorist, Sikorski is also a practicing attorney who specializes in Elder Law. . Her latest endeavor is her humorous memoir Showering with Nana: Confessions of a Serial (killer) Caregiver (HumorOutcasts Press 2015). Where and […]

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Barb Heffner

The Working Daughter Interview: Barb Heffner

Barb Heffner is a communications consultant and a long-distance caregiver who balances her life with volunteer work. Where and when do you feel most competent? ​I’m not sure this is the same thing as competence; it’s possibly more about when I feel satisfaction. But it’s whenever I am successful in raising funds or making a […]

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