Despite having recently had a kid, she travels on a monthly basis as part of exploring the world—along with her husband kid. It was a premature concern since she might not even receive any criticism, but she wouldn’t know how to handle them if she did.She wants to start a blog to share her story and lessons with other families and couples to dispel common myths about how it’s hard to travel (or live a normal life for that matter) after having a child/children. Ideally, she wouldn’t even want to be caught in that situation to begin with.I recall not too long ago, I posted a comment on my Facebook, expressing my gratitude for my readers’ constant support.I said that they make the occasional “bad stuff” worth it.She said that whatever negative feedback that I receive today should be a breeze since I used to work at P&G, which is an MNC with very rigorous work processes and evaluation standards. My past work at P&G did involve some pretty heavy responsibilities, which naturally led to harsh evaluations and critiques at times.However, no matter how harsh the evaluations and critiques were, they would be within boundaries, namely about the work and relayed in a civil fashion (perhaps sometimes rudely depending on the manager, but it still wouldn’t be an issue if you learn to take the critiques professionally and objectively). The kind of comments you can get have no boundaries—they can basically be anything and everything, from your looks to your personal life to your family.She was just unsure of how the public would respond to her writings.
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