Friday, February 17, 2012

Making the Switch from Working Mom to Stay-at-Home Mom

Not long ago a writer from the childcare website Care.com asked to interview me for an article she was working on about adjusting from working woman to stay-at-home mom. An excerpt:

You've decided to stay home with your kids. Congratulations on making a very important, yet often difficult decision. And welcome to your new role as CEO of a cottage industry called: Your Kids, Inc.

No matter how thrilled you are to be with your kids, going from the boardroom to the playroom can be a drastic change. "Much of stay-at-home mothering is harder than any other job," says Shannon Hyland-Tassava, Ph.D., author of The Essential Stay-at-Home Mom Manual: How To Have a Wondrous Life Amidst Kids and Chaos."Can you think of any other profession that has 24/7 shifts, no coffee or lunch breaks, and no vacation or sick days?"


Click here to read the entire article.

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