CNBC says I’m stressed

And they’re right.

I checked out their annual “Most Stressful Jobs” report and there was my life at #2: PR Exec. Right behind #1: Commercial Airline Pilot.

a day in the life . . .

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not surprised by this. I live and breathe it, my family and friends have known this for years and Live.Mom.Work. might not have been born if the demands of my career didn’t force me to try and find balance between my 12-hour-a-day job running my PR firm and my 24-hour-a-day job of momma & wife.

There’s still a certain little “told you so” moment that taps my inner 5 year old looking for validation to see PR up there on a list where I expect to see air traffic controllers and NASA technicians.

Back to work . . .

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  1. Hipmamab says:

    That’s actually kinda sad since were not doing things like taking people’s lived in our hands or flying tO the moon.

    • LiveMomWork says:

      I was surprised by a few of the careers on the list but it’s all about what they used to measure “on the job” stress: “. . . 11 different factors that can cause stress on the job, and ranked 200 professions by how significantly these demands factor into the average workday. . . work environment, job competitiveness, physical demands, deadlines, on-the-job dangers and even the job’s growth potential.”

  2. Christina says:

    Did you do the ner ner ner ner, nanny nanny bo bo, too?!

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