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They call you "mom" but this job also makes you "Director of Operations." It's on your shoulders to orchestrate two, perhaps three, maybe four (if your number is "five" presumably you have no time for reading blog posts) ever-changing, schedules -- all while insuring everyone is fed. As parenting gets Brett Graff THE HOME ECONOMIST discusses back to school apps on "GOOD MORNING WASHINGTON DC" ABC7. more complicated, app-makers [...]
In today's edition of the topic we call Mom-Nonsense, we'll cover the debate about whether working or staying home is better for babies and present new evidence that....IT DOESN'T REALLY MATTER. Yes, ladies, we'll have to come up with another measure by which we can judge each other (organic cooking, perhaps?) because statistics from the U.S. [...]
Here are 7 tricks to balancing work and home. As mothers, we worry about work-life balance, hoping we’ve spent enough time with our kids. Yet along the way we meet so many moms who navigate changes with endless grace.What do they know that we don’t? Cali Williams Yost — an expert on workplace flexibility [...]
Government Names a Winner in the Mommy Wars We are ending the mommy wars, which will certainly make things less exciting around here. Because when it comes to the stand off between Working Moms and Stay Homes, we at this website are double agents. The stress over work deadlines distracts us from sending in our field trip [...]