We’ve seen the research - or felt the effects - of unequal distribution of domestic workloads. But it goes beyond who takes the kids to soccer practice, who does the grocery shopping, who does the laundry. Theres an invisible coordination happening behind the scene: ahead of soccer, the grocery run should include healthy snacks for the team, and the uniform has to be clean. So instead of roses this Valentine’s Day, give the present that lasts and share the mental load.
Join us for a conversation with myself, NY Times bestselling author Eve Rodsky, and Maple founder Michael Perry, all about the value of caregiving, how it drives our growth, and how you can start to share the load.