Balance Is a Crock, Sleep Is for the Weak: An Indispensable Guide to Surviving Working Motherhood

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Balance Is a Crock, Sleep Is for the Weak: An Indispensable Guide to Surviving Working Motherhood

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Rating : 4.62 (940 Votes)
Asin : 1583333703
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 352 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-09-15
Language : English

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Marketing veterans Amy Eschliman and Leigh Oshirak know firsthand what a struggle it can be to hold down a stressful job while raising a family-and that sometimes the only way to preserve your sanity is with laughter. • And more day-to-day advice for surviving the working-mommy trenches Balance is a Crock, Sleep is for the Weak is the indispensable "what to expect when you're expected back at work" guide for working mothers or any woman considering returning to work after baby.Watch a Video. Now, where do I slot "baby" in Outlook? • Maternity Leave: Vacation or Hell? • The Breastaurant is Open for Business: The pump and grind of nursing after you return to work. • You Are Not Your Husband's Mother! and other time-sucking obligations. wickedly funny, girlfriend-to-girlfriend survival guide for working mothers who want real answers, not mommy manifestos or sappy crap on finding "balance" Most books for working mothers are earnest, serious guides with some usefull information, but lack the snark and praticality that today's overworked moms relate to. A survival guide for the rest of us, Balance is a Crock, Sleep is for the Weak is filled with bitterly funny topics like: • Congratulations

No matter what age or stage your kids are in, this book will remind you that one of the most invaluable assets you need to survive is your sense of humor." -Cate Colburn-Smith and Andrea Serrette, authors of The Milk Memos. For the working mom who is under stress, this book is like a spa day for your psyche!" -Stefanie Wilder-Taylor, author of Sippy Cups Are Not For Chardonnay "An indispensible and laugh-out-loud hilarious bible for working mothers. In other words, for all of us." -Alexa Stevenson, author of Half Baked and creator of Flotsam (flotsamblog) "A must read for all those who struggle to manage the chaos of modern motherhood." -Amy Keroes, Founder & CEO, mommytracked "This wickedly funny book debunks once and for all the myth that you can balance children and anything e

"and I found the authors' discussions of themselves in the third person (constantly) to be annoying. It is also not very helpful" according to k. This isn't nearly as entertaining as it is hyped to be, and I found the authors' discussions of themselves in the third person (constantly) to be annoying. It is also not very helpful -- just a bunch of "here's what we did and what worked for us" that isn't really any different from what I could have come up with myself. I ended up forcing myself to finish it, rather th. "My Best Pregnancy Purchase" according to Lyndsay. I have a six week old baby. Reading books is not something I'm doing these days. But, I'd seen this on Amazon when I was pregnant and had pre-ordered a copy. It arrived last week and I flipped it open when I had a minute. I now CANNOT stop reading and re-reading it! Amy and Leigh are hilarious and somehow manage to deliver incredibly useful tidbits while making me giggl. A must read for all office moms Paige Graziaino When this arrived on my doorstep on ThursdayI tried to save it for reading after the kiddos went to bed. But, made the mistake of "just taking a peek" and before I knew it, I couldn't put it down and was laughing out loud to myself. I somehow managed to cook dinner that night while reading the book as it was propped up on the counter. Tons of great gems of advice from t

. Leigh Oshirak has worked in publicity and marketing for major film studios and brands, including Disney, Joe Boxer, and the nation's leading home furnishings retailer. Amy Eschliman holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and works in business development for a national retailer. The authors live in California, and are bloggers at the theofficemoms

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