working mom 3.0

  1. Career and Time Management

    Working Mom 3.0: The many faces of a working mom

    What kind of mom works the hardest? Who cares?! In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, Stephanie Taylor Christensen recounts her many...
  2. Career and Time Management

    Working Mom 3.0: 5 steps to better emails

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    Emails are a key tool in the life of a stay-at-home working mom, but are you putting your best professional image forward with every...
  3. Career Advice

    Working Mom 3.0: 3 Find the right job

    You know you want to be a stay-at-home working mom, but what's the right job opportunity that will give you extra money,...
  4. Time Management

    Working Mom 3.0: No regrets

    Being a stay-at-home working mom can offer the best of both worlds, but do you always feel so certain when self-doubt sets in? In...
  5. Time Management

    Working Mom 3.0: Prevent career burnout

    When you become a working mom, you’ve got less time, far less sleep and more work tasks to do, even before you get to work in the...
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    Working Mom 3.0: Mom-centric jobs

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    In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor Christensen explores how working moms can tap into their passions for...
  7. Career Advice

    Working Mom 3.0: Thank your mother

    New television shows highlight the glory days of the 1960s, but the reality for working women then might be better left in the past....
  8. Career Advice

    Working Mom 3.0: Proving yourself

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    Being a stay-at-home working mom can feel like an uphill battle. In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, writer Stephanie Taylor...
  9. Career Advice

    Working Mom 3.0: What's my worth?

    While time with your kids is invaluable, losing your salary can sting. In this issue of Working Mom 3.0, Stephanie Taylor...
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    Working Mom 3.0:Use guilt for good

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    Working moms are no strangers to guilt. It's not always a bad thing, and can provide telling insight into changes that you could...