It’s important to give yourself and baby time to transition to a new caretaker. Here are six tips to help both of you get there with ease.
It’s so important to build in rest and recovery to get the results you want. Here are five ways to do this even when you feel so busy.
Whether you’re going back to work after maternity leave, thinking about returning to the workforce after time as a stay at home mom, or are currently in a job and just know you’re meant to do something more, this workshop is for you.
ThriveMomma created a self-care planner to help you build time into your week or month to focus on taking care of you. She shares it here with us.
Angela Williams found flexibility in a role placing international students in U.S. homes for one year of high school. A perfectly flexible role for this former teacher and new mother of two.
Here’s a fun guide with four ways to help you discover your unique strengths. Ready, set, go!
These amazing mamas clicked with their careers in big ways after having children, in each case dialing it up.
Here’s a game plan to prepare for the personal and career changes that comes with a baby.
A new mom at Yahoo reflects on concerns about career and family pre-baby, and how she’s learning to ask for help and embracing this new stage of life.
How an unplanned baby allowed for amazing growth and expansion of a career for this new working mom, who then sought a new work culture to support this surprising — and ultimately welcomed — shift.
Five work-smart strategies that will help you with the transition from maternity leave back to work, and give you the foundation to feel good about work and family time.
A new job and surprise timing of a second pregnancy left Bria Martin feeling nervous and guilt ridden, for nought. A great example of seeking the right workplace culture.
These companies are doing great things to support working moms. From part time schedules to paid leave to core working hours and holiday closures. Good stuff!
Traveling for work and still pumping? Your questions asked and answered by ThriveMomma.
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Just as you need to prepare yourself to head back to work after maternity leave, you need to prep your baby as well. Career coach Elaine McGhee shares her five tips.
Allow yourself to unwind from the chaos of the holidays and use the slower pace to imagine where you will be a year from now.
“I knew I was capable of doing so much more, but I had no idea what that “something” looked like.” Three steps to help you make change.