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The Realities Of Working Moms

Posted by Emily Davis on 12/7/18

work it: balancing families and careers

How working parents use their time not only affects them and their colleagues, but also their families. This can be positive or negative, but the key is living with intention. And maybe saying “no” more often.

  • The BBC has personal stories of taking parental leave - what went well, what was hard, and what was just unexpected.
  • Forbes has four ideas on how to create a family-friendly workplace.

  • Slate interviewed Quinn Lewis, daughter of Michael Lewis and Tabitha Soren, about her parent’s work-life balance, and how the quirks of her upbringing affected who she is today.
  • What are some of the common realities of working motherhood? Among others; crying at work, running out the door without contacts in, and feeling selfish for taking personal time. From Refinery 29.

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