The myth of having it all really is just that: a myth. In Saskatoon, Brooke Johnson Isaak is daydreaming about a world where men with children and jobs are called “working dads,” where women aren’t told they look sick if they take a healthy break from their make-up, and where females don’t have to work the equivalent of three extra months each year to make as much money as their male counterparts. Brooke is a new mom, criminal lawyer, lecturer, blogger, and fashionista. This week, she and Kalli discuss motherhood, gender roles, the challenges in inequality, and that always looming imposter syndrome.
Find her on Instagram at @TheMondayBest.
Or, on her website here.
Brooke’s Recommended Resources:
- “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Won’t Stop Talking” by Susan Cain