Working moms are always busy managing their personal and professional lives. Being a child mother and employee is difficult, but we are here to tell you that it is possible.
Just look at the ladies (real and fictitious) in the center of the following reading, all inspiring women are striving to reach the top. Their hard-won advice on everything from work-life balance to learning will help you find your way and remind you that you are not alone.
1.You are a badass:
how to stop doubting your greatness and start living an awesome life
This is not a standard customized book, but written in a more avant-garde, conversational and humorous language. And if you are tired of the same advice time and time again, that would be a good thing.
In the end, it should make you question your self-destroying beliefs and behaviors. And, more importantly, it will help guide you to create the life you really want.
After reading this book, please read Jen’s latest book “Everyday is a badass” as a partner.
Lori Bregman found a more real, balanced and happy mother from the inside
This version will not be released until April 23, but you should be reminded. It was written by the famous doula, healer, yoga teacher and parenting coach Lori Bregman.
According to its description, Lori will bring “a holistic guide to becoming a more balanced, authentic, and happy mother. Lori introduced “five maternal expressions” (action mother, flow mother, rebellious mother, vulnerable mother, and Free mothers) to provide supportive advice, exercises, meditation, and yoga exercises to cultivate a healthy and balanced life and stronger bonds.”
3.My top ten gifts for my kids:
The book was first published in 1984 and has been helping parents bring joy back to parenting. It sounds great, but Vannoy encourages readers to practice skills such as positive reinforcement, compassion, humor, responsibility, and conscious choice to build a healthier and more enjoyable relationship in your family.
Vannoy also uses these principles to help companies build healthier and more satisfying workplaces.
4. Balance is an obstacle, sleep is the weak:
an indispensable guide for working mothers
Amy Eschliman and Leigh Oshirak
Sometimes, laughter is the best medicine. Amy Eschliman and Leigh Oshirak are working mothers themselves, and they provide a survival guide that contains a lot of helpful advice and a healthy dose of dose fish. The topics they discussed included:
• Congratulations. Now, how to put “baby” in Outlook?
• Maternity leave: leave or hell?
• The pub is open for business: nursing care after you resume work
• You are not the husband’s mother! And other time-wasting obligations
5.The Balance Plan:
Susie Orman Schnall
Lucy Cooper (Lucy Cooper) is Katherine Whitney’s loyal assistant, she seems to have everything. But even working mothers with a multi-billion dollar empire face challenges, and as Catherine’s life begins to collapse, Lucy must also face a dilemma that will affect both of them forever.
Before becoming America’s most iconic first lady, Michelle Obama was an executive who took care of a demanding job and had two young daughters. In a candid memoir, she records her journey from the south of Chicago to becoming one of the most striking and dynamic figures of our time.