Is the working mama rat race simply too much? Read Amelia Cotton Corl’s story about leaving her job and moving to the Midwest, becoming a home-front CEO.
Striving to be inclusive, the newest Mindful Return program aims to help mamas with special needs babies navigate their transition to working parenthood.
I’m not predisposed to love chaos. Rather, order is my friend. But in working parenthood, chaos often reins, and I’m determined to find its upside.
If parenthood is the perfect training ground for grit, and if employers want gritty leaders, then they should be hiring and promoting working parents.
Weekly planning meetings can save a working parent’s sanity. Here are some practical strategies for getting your partner on board.
What a Working Mama *Really* Needs Postpartum: An Introduction to the Marabou Services Gift Registry
Sometimes a new mama doesn’t need more stuff. Sometimes she needs support, in the form of food, night nurses, education, and postpartum doulas. Marabou, a new services-oriented gift registry steps in to fill the void.