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Working Mommy Blogger Group

This group is designed for blogging working mommies to come together, laugh, vent, share and encourage. We all share in the difficulties of managing motherhood and work, so let's do it together!

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I'm looking for some new working mom blogs to read.  On Sundays I go out visiting other blogs and usually do a post about one that catches my fancy.  I'm thinking about working my way through this…Continue

Free Session on Achieving Work Life Balance

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Hi Working Moms!  I'm a working mom, a blogger and a Work Life Balance Coach.  I'm offering free 30 minute phone sessions to moms who are looking to move from busy into balance through understanding…Continue

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just joined. Wanting to get to know other people on here. Will write more later Continue

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Comment by Working Mama Julia on May 19, 2010 at 8:54am
you're right Sarah, if it's only a couple days a week. taking care of yourself is so very important. also, look for local programs at health clubs and gyms around your area. the place i work at... we have a Mommy and Me class. it's for ages 3-6 and they get to work out WITH mommy. some places even have infant/mommy classes
Comment by Sarah Hammond on May 19, 2010 at 8:49am
Thanks Julia! Sadly, her school doesn't open early enough for me to drop her off and get to work in time, but I am going to have to start doing something! I'll probably just go in the evenings and on weekends. I guess an extra 45 mins a day a couple days during the week and then on the weekends really isn't so bad.
Comment by Working Mama Julia on May 18, 2010 at 10:04pm
Sarah, for me, I work AT a gym... hehe, i'm lucky, but i do know alot of moms who struggle with this. Can you go early in the morning? I think leaving her at daycare for an extra 45 minutes is not being selfish. it's important to keep your body healthy too. a few days ago my friend Stef wrote a post about being an effective mom. you can find it here... www.laytonfamilyjoy.blogspot.com

You can do it!! make a priority
Comment by Sarah Hammond on May 18, 2010 at 2:37pm
How does everyone else handle working full-time, family time, and going to the gym? Cause I can't seem to get there with the gym part and I really want to. I feel guilty having my child in day care longer than she needs to be just so I can have 45 mins a day in the gym... what to do..what to do..
Comment by Working Mama Julia on May 17, 2010 at 11:08pm
welcome all newcomers!! Keep the discussions going and talk amongst yourselves! (i feel like that lady that mike myers used to play on SNL.... remember??) ;)

I've also got something coming on my blog that y'all might be interested in. I'll let you know when it's up!
Comment by Katrina Cole on May 17, 2010 at 7:45pm
Hi Ladies! I am new to this group and wanted to introduce myself. I am a mom who works part time outside the home and part time at home with my home business! I am also fairly new to blogging and look forward to checking you all out and finding what others are doing to make it work!
Katrina http://ImagineYourselfFree.blogspot.com
http://EnchantmentofMotherhood.blogspot.com
Comment by Sarah Hammond on May 17, 2010 at 1:38pm
Hey Guys, I work full-time as a research analyst and Mom. I also run the blog Sprout Reviews, www.sproutreviews.com Check out our great piece on vintage clothes for kids today, our great weekend craft projects, or the Sophie Giraffe giveaway!
Comment by Cj Poindexter on May 5, 2010 at 11:18am
I forgot, I also have a blog that shares what I learned through a very challenging and traumatic experience and how it inspired me to make the decision to really be who I am. Writing this blog has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. So check it out. http://killsuperwoman.blogspot.com. Please follow and comment.
Comment by Cj Poindexter on May 5, 2010 at 10:56am
Hi folks, I just added a new post to http://cjsredcloset.blogspot.com. This blog focuses on my thoughts and suggestions on how to express your true self through fashion for very little money. It also connects to my online vintage boutique CjsRedCloset.

Please follow and comment - I will return the favor! Happy Blogging!
Comment by Amy on May 1, 2010 at 7:23pm
Hi!!!
I'm a newbie to the group and to blogging. Please follow my blog at http://thingamajigetc.blogspot.com/. I will return the favor just let me know!
 

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