Lately, it seems like moms are doing more than ever — they're working, cooking gourmet meals and crafting up a storm — all while raising their families and maintaining marriages and relationships at the same time. Whew! So, what do you think? Can moms really have it all?Read Full Story
Most moms’ first inclination after having five kids back-to-back probably isn’t “Hmmm, I think I’ll start a business,” but that’s exactly what Melissa Lawrence, 42, of New York, New York did with her internet resource for moms — and she’s never looked back.Read Full Story
Mowing the lawn, cooking, folding laundry, running a business — where does the job of a work-at-home mom end? In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, Stephanie Taylor Christensen explores where and how working stay-at-home moms can draw the line between professional work and the equally important work of managing home and family.Read Full Story
Being a stay-at-home working mom can feel like an uphill battle. In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen poses the question: How do you know all your hard work is getting you closer to the life you want for yourself and your family?Read Full Story
Choosing to stay at home with your kids has been great for your family... but not so hot for your family budget. Are you interested in learning about some work at home job options that are realistic and rewarding? Read on for some of the best jobs you can do while never having to get out of your footie pajamas.Read Full Story
Can a working mom build a new non-traditional career path that provides that elusive work-life balance? Working Mom 3.0 chronicles the experiences of Stephanie Taylor Christensen, a former marketing professional turned self-employed stay-at-home mom, writer and yoga instructor, as she strives to redefine "having it all" on her own time and terms.Read Full Story
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