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Tuesday

Reading on the Run: A Resource for Busy Women!



Successful working women keep track of important matters in the news. However, we are not one-dimensional. Some of us also want to keep up with celebrity gossip and fashion news too. Even in the era of the Internet and 24 hour news shows and E! it can be challenging to keep up with everything.

Also, for the working moms we also like to stay abreast of the parenting best practices, work/life balance techniques, and hear tales from other working moms that help us feel less guilty about how much time we spend away from our children everyday.

As much as we hunger for information and need that information, we often lack the time to keep up with it.

For that reason, with the able assistance of my intern, I have decided to include another standard post that will run a list of articles of interest to working women. I will be your trusted filter for information. And instead of mindlessly perusing the Internet looking for articles, you can scan the articles posted here knowing that they are relevant and informative.


The posts will run under the title, "Reading on the Run". Check out our first edition, and stay tuned for more!

Until next time, enjoy your world!


 
READING ON THE RUN

1. Who Wears the Pants in This Economy?




What does the shift in the economy mean for the “average”Americans? Using the manufacturing industry and one small town to magnify how changing economics is affecting the changing family structure and gender norms, this in-depth piece from The New York Times’ “Sunday Magazine” is a must-read!

 


2. Why We Will Not Be Telling Our Kids That Mommy's on a Diet


Written for Babble.com; Featured on Huffington Post


Chances are you, or someone in your family, has been on a diet. Do you remember either of your parents on diets? With millions of Americans on a diet at any given time, this poignant piece asks you to think about how you will manage an unexpected factor in your eating program: your kids.

3. Best Parenting Tweets: What Moms And Dads Said On Twitter This Week


Huffington Post


If you need a laugh, some parenting commiseration, or just new great Tweeters to follow, I always recommend Huffington Post’s weekly roundup of the best tweets about parenting each week. See for yourself!

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