Category: Working Moms

Shaming Phrases All Working Moms Are Tired of Hearing

7 Shaming Phrases All Working Moms Are Tired of Hearing

Even today, when women have equal rights to men, women still have to fight for the society’s approval of their life choices. The scenario of the traditional family role division, where the father brings home the bread and mother stays at home with children is still perceived as the only “right” way by a great number of people.

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Three Ways Professionals Can Survive Work on a Newborn Sleep Schedule

Becoming a parent can be an incredible adventure, but it’s not all sunshine and roses. For many parents, the most difficult thing of all is lack of sleep.

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Biggest Health Mistakes Working Moms Make

Being a working mom is like working a double shift; the second you finish one, you’re on to the other, and the cycle never seems to end. Given the busyness of your role, maintaining your health may take a backseat.

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You Might Be A Working Parent If….

What are your signs that you’re a parent who works outside the home?

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Balancing Family and a Budget: Finance Tips for Working Moms

It can sometimes feel like quite a challenge to be a responsible mom. Having to hold down a job and maintain financial stability on top of that can make it seem even more difficult to stay on top of essentials like money management.

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Need Time to Yourself? How Moms Can Prioritize Their Time

Being a mom is hard work. Moms are much more likely to work full time now than in the past. Despite this, they’re also usually responsible for handling most household responsibilities.

7 Working Mom Trade-Offs for Survival and Sanity

It’s true.  You cannot have it all.  There really are only 24 hours in a day.  I do not possess a time machine.  Nor am I crazy.  Thus it is necessary to have some working mom trade-offs for survival, sanity, and thriving in this crazy environment.  Many of these tips will apply to Stay at…
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5 Tips for Working Parent Balance

As a working mom with four kids, Balance is a never-ending challenge.  I have demands constantly pulling me in every single direction.  There is my job, my school work, four needy kids, my ailing father, Girl Scouts, Church, and -oh yeah- me.  I’m not wonder-woman.  I will say that over and over again.  I am…
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How to Eat an Elephant, OR How to Get Things Done

~by Haley Lynn Gray~ . As you might have guessed, I am not really talking about having elephant as a meal. Maybe you’ve heard that joke about how to eat an elephant? The answer: You eat an elephant one bite at a time. It’s good advice, not just for eating an elephant, but also for…
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My Kids, The Sociology Experiment

Being a parent is one long sociology experiment.  I’d say that is particularly true if you have middle or high school kids in your house.  In some cultures, there is a high degree of competitiveness, and a desire and drive to be the best students, and achieve the most in school. That does not seem…
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