Main Photo: Photo by: workingmother.com Editor Painting Working moms have a lot on our plate, a plate that often doesn’t include tasty things to help us feel refreshed and revived. After work, we race to pick up the kids, go home, greet a partner (or pet), eat, get the kids to bed, check work email, [...]
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What does it mean to be a mom who works outside the home? The answers to this question continually change depending on the shifts in our social and economic landscapes. Even so, the answers seem timeless. Amid the have-it-all debate that rocks our world, our friends at S’mavens, who work on strategic branding, created “Mothers [...]
Ever wonder who would star as you in the movie of your life? Whether it’s during your “working mom hero moments”, like when you get your kids off to school on time (with no tears), make the meeting on time, and deliver the proposal that knocks your boss’s socks off. Or, maybe in the less [...]
It’s time for working mothers to realize that having it all doesn’t have to mean doing it all—all at once. Small deeds can lead to big satisfaction at home and on the job. read more Read more from source:“workingmother”
Image: Laura Schaefer We're inspired by the works of these wonderful award-winning writers, so we asked them to share the books—adult and children's—that most inspired them. Their choices are revealing, heart warming and often surprising. Read on! ReCirc Page: Family Fun 2012 Read more from ...
Chitchat over buttered dinner rolls can be cozy, but you might want to get out of your chairs and work up a sweat (no, not that … yet!). “Since most dates involve a lot of sitting—and eating—getting physical is a great and healthy change of pace,” says psychotherapist Mary Pender Greene, a relationship expert in [...]
My husband and I recently realized we didn’t like each other very much. We still thought raising our children together was valuable. We were still talking about goals and what’s important to us. We were still sharing our inner challenges and personal growth. Yet we didn’t feel as close and didn’t like each other as [...]
Fall is perfect for curling up with a blanket and a good book, especially after you've read the kids their own bedtime story. Reward yourself by relaxing with five great new fall books worth your time—all written by working moms who juggle motherhood and writing. Read more from source:“workingmother”
Every now and then (okay, maybe every day), working moms feel a tension between their roles as caregiver and career professional. No matter your reasons for choosing to work while raising children – the love of your career, a way to stay connected to “adult” you, the need to contribute financially, or any combination of [...]
Working Mother’s Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Owens welcomes you to our biggest issue of the year. Read more from source:“workingmother”
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