WASHINGTON - It's back-to-school time and some stay-at-home parents are thinking about re-entering the work force.
Career coach Christie Mims will be answering career questions beginning at 1 p.m. Thursday.
She will help guide people back into a career after a break from full time employment.
Mims is the founder of The Revolutionary Club, "a coaching service for the busy career woman who feels trapped in her suit."
The club offers coaching and group support for women who are ready to make a major transition in their career.
She admits she spent plenty of sleepless nights wondering about what else was out there. She eventually found a coaching program.
Her goal is to help women stop doing what they don't love and start feeling energized by what they are doing every day.
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