Since Anne Marie Slaughter's recent article in "The Atlantic," questioning why women can't "have it all," there has been an expected rush of commentary on this always-hot issue. Can women have it all? Should they? And what is it "all" anyway?
Yesterday's Financial Times column by Lucy Kellaway is an excellent - and no nonsense - take on the matter, suggesting that, perhaps, there is no right answer to the question.
"In a way, it is boring and pointless to be having these discussions all over again. Yet I understand why we haven't found satisfactory answers. It's because there aren't any. There is no best way of combining motherhood and jobs."
You can read the full article here. And you should.