I was recently invited to contribute a vlog post to Working Mother Magazine.
I was thrilled to be a part of their video series because I really LOVE this magazine. It is one of the few in a sea of women’s magazines that actually offers really helpful information about the challanges of balancing work and family, and portrays women in a true, honest way – gray hairs, spit up on our suits, and all.
As a work-from-home mom, I have different challenges than some working women who go to an office. However, I still have deadlines to meet and work trips to take, and therefore know firsthand how difficult it can be to do everything I need to for my family and still meet my work obligations. I’m grateful for magazines like Working Mother that offer real solutions for real life issues!
Here’s the vlog I did for them. If you like it, let them know and hopefully I’ll do more! And definitely check out their website at www.workingmother.com for some great information on balancing your life!
Disclaimer: I was not compensated in any way for this post. I just happen to be a big fan of Working Mother Magazine. Opinions are my own.
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