You've just had a baby. Six foggy, hormonal, exhausting weeks of adjusting to being a parent fly by -- then you wake up (did you ever go to sleep?) and find it's time to return to work. Your body is still recovering, you're finally getting into the rhythm of breastfeeding and that little bundle of chaos is just... Read More »
As a working mom, you may be the boss at home, but most likely someone else is the boss at work. For many women this creates stress as they try to balance the conflicting demands of career and family. One way to solve this dilemma is to become your own boss.
Connie Glaser, author of 'When Money Isn't Enough'... Read More »
By Elle Baker
When their son was 5 months old, Sutton Stokes and his wife Amy "couldn't bear the thought of leaving him" in day care. But there were times when both of them needed to be working. After researching it, however, they determined that the cost of day care for the hours they needed "was too... Read More »