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Comeback Moms: How to Leave Work, Raise Children, and Restart Your Career Even if You Haven't Had a Job in Years

Comeback Moms helps mothers lay the foundation for a return to the workplace whether it’s been one year or 20. Check out a sensible approach to career planning for moms from numerous angles to help make the best decisions possible before leaving their jobs, during their time at home and once they decide to return to work.
Posted: 11/18/2007 11:11 PM EST more »

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Getting It Right: How Working Mothers Successfully Take Up the Challenge of Life, Family, and Career

Getting It Right is based on research from 300 Stanford University Business School graduates. Moms can learn how to create a healthy balance between work and home and navigate issues like timing the birth of children, allocating housework, evaluating various work arrangements and lining up the best support.
Posted: 11/18/2007 11:12 PM EST more »

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Going Back To Work: A Survival Guide for Comeback Moms

Moms can find the basics of returning to the workplace after a baby—from networking to negotiating a salary as well as using a position as a volunteer to determine what to do when getting back into the thick of a career. Going Back to Work is a great guide for mothers who aren’t returning to the career they had prior to the birth of their child.
Posted: 11/18/2007 11:10 PM EST more »

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How She Really Does It: Secrets of Success from Stay-at-work Moms

Moms should know that they aren’t abandoning their children just because they work. Learn the basics of balancing work and life by focusing on child-care options, supportive spouses and the ability to let go of perfectionism.
Posted: 11/18/2007 11:11 PM EST more »

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Nursing Mother, Working Mother

One of the few books that provide information for nursing mothers on breastfeeding once they return to work. Moms can learn about the legal issues of breastfeeding in the workplace in addition to the resources nursing mothers need to meet the challenges involved with combining breastfeeding and their careers.
Posted: 11/18/2007 11:10 PM EST more »

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The Daring Female's Guide to Ecstatic Living: 30 Dares for a More Gutsy and Fulfilling Life

Natasha Kogan dares any woman to use this book as a springboard to launch herself into a life that is more rewarding, exciting, interesting, and fun. On every page of her lively guide you will find a shot of energy and inspiration encouraging you to escape your hectic schedules, endless errands, and growing to-do lists, and find the time to do the things that make life more fulfilling.
Posted: 04/02/2008 03:22 PM EST more »

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The Milk Memos: How Real Moms Learned to Mix Business with Babies-and How You Can, Too

Moms shouldn’t have to choose between being at home with their kids and having a career. The Milk Memos evolved out of a note written on a paper towel on Cate’s first day back to work after her maternity leave when she questioned if anybody other than herself used the company lactation room. The original note written on a paper towel eventually made its way into a notebook with numerous stories about how women were handling both work and being a new mother.
Posted: 11/18/2007 11:08 PM EST more »