With husbands getting laid off or their salaries shrinking, many moms are revving up to go back to the workforce in 2010. Here are some handy suggestions.
You may be screaming about the males-only club in your workplace, but we mommies have our own exclusive, vag-only counterpart.
Listening and kids may be a bit of an oxymoron in one sentence. But recently, my 6-year-old learned a very valuable lesson.
Feel like you're afflicted with incurable mom brain? No worries -- a new book says that having little ones actually makes us smarter than our childless counterparts.
Many of my friends are married to men who have lost their jobs. As the unemployment rate climbs, this is no surprise -- especially considering that men are getting laid off at a faster pace than women.
I was recently speaking to a friend who is returning to the workforce. She is worried that she will never get paid what she is worth. Here is a little advice I gave her.
Your daily daycare
pickup should be a special time for your child. Focus on them
exclusively and be visibly happy to see them when you walk through the
door. I wonder -- could this advice be used at the office?