"Where I grew up, a lot of women start having children at 22.All of my friends from college and high school have three kids now. I hope to have that, but look at what I've done: I've hopefully had a hand in opening the door for other women. Lean in, lean out, ask for a raise, but don't ask in the wrong way, be aggressive, but not too aggressive.We're also told to make sure not to forget about our personal lives, lest we end up foregoing families or love or travel or friendship in service of our careers.It's confusing and maddening, and we're all still struggling to figure it out.This Woman's Work is an ongoing series meant to highlight how women in different industries are living their lives.Bielema served as head football coach at University of Wisconsin–Madison from 2006 to 2012, achieving a 68–24 record.
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"I happen to be one of those women who thinks it is possible to have it all," she said.
" "I have no idea what tomorrow will bring," Andrews replied.