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Who hasn't heard a lot about juggling, balancing, and surviving? Navigating parenthood and professional life is all those things. But amidst the struggle, a life of kids, careers, and busy-craziness canbe a privilege-and a tremendous reward.
"Working Families "shows you how.
Joy Jordan-Lake, a woman passionate about her kids and career, gives you examplesfrom the lives of...more
ebook, 240 pages
Published February 19th 2009 by Waterbrook Press (first published March 20th 2007)
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Barbie
Sometimes this book seemed a little jumbled in that the author just inserted a new subhead and went off on another topic. But overall, it was a wonderful presentation of practical and inspirational tips and stories about making parenting work with two working parents, however that may look. I particularly appreciated her repeated points about all things being for a "season." Knowing that in a few years, perhaps it will be my turn to advance my career instead. Well done.
Jody
What a helpful book in navigating the world of working moms. Joy Jordan Hall approaches the subject with great wisdom, sensitivity, and insight. This book would be VERY helpful for those families considering how to work out careers and families.
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