If "Woman's Work is Never Done," what do we do about it?We're not just talking about doing laundry and washing dishes. We're talking about emotional labor.Emotional labor is the invisible, unnoticed, unwaged, unwritten, undervalued work women do everywhere. It is the thinking about what’s coming up, what needs to happen, how to look into the future. It's the process of anticipating birthdays, getting school permission slips signed, preparing meals, hosting holidays and wondering whether there is enough toilet paper in the house. And of course it's the work we do at the office, at home and in our relationships.Regina Lark, author of Emotional Labor: Why A Woman’s Work is Never Done and What To Do About It will help us figure it all out. Her life-long work explores historical and contemporary themes for why what we do is called, “women’s work” (even though the work doesn’t require lipstick or a bra!) and she'll provide three ways we can begin to disrupt the narrative.