Main Photo: Photo by: Working Mother Editor introverts illo Reality TV! Social media! Big-and-bold leaders! Sometimes it seems life today is tailor-made for extroverts. But given that as many as half of us are introverts, how can we quieter types succeed amidst so much noise? Related Links: 6 Tips for Raising an ...
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Image: Photo by: workingmother.com Editor For the working mom obsessed with that PBS British hit: While We Were Watching Downton Abbey, by Wendy Wax Edward, Samantha, Claire and Brooke are all connected by their common attraction to the Masterpiece Theater drama Downton Abbey. It’s in a historic Atlanta apartment complex called the ...
Main Photo: Photo by: workingmother.com Editor woman jogging One reason I’ve grown to like jogging is that I seem to have the most interesting epiphanies while doing it. I had one a few weeks ago. As a small business owner, I partner with many other individuals, businesses and groups, and typically there’s a contract associated ...
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Image: Photo by: workingmother.com Editor We Think About Sex Four years ago, Working Mother polled our readers to find out how you felt about sex. A vast majority of you told us that, contrary to the tired, sexless stereotype of the bedraggled working mom, sex was important to you, you were having it and you [...]
Image: Photo by: workingmother.com Editor A Stitch in Time After good-night kisses, embrace a ball of yarn and stitch your way to relaxation. Beyond creating a cozy cable-knit sweater or sumptuous scarf, knitting is beneficial for your overall well-being, says Melissa McCreery, PhD, a clinical psychologist in Bellingham, WA. “It can be ...
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Image: Photo by: workingmother.com Editor Seattle, WA Widely regarded as one of the finest restaurants in Seattle, Canlis offers 180-degree views of the city, Lake Union and the Cascade Mountains. Next, get your aria on at the Seattle Opera, which features classic faves like La Boheme and Rigoletto. Photo by: workingmother.com ...
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