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Filled with the voices of real women, this book is a practical and positive read aimed at women transitioning from full-time mother to mother and worker.
Jessica Chivers, The Thinking Woman's Coach, works with women from all backgrounds to help them achieve what's important to them. She has a weekly column in Look magazine, and also regularly appears in publications such as She, Zest and Prima Mother & Baby.
Just the ticket for those facing the perennial motherhood question of how to make work, work. -- Allison Mitchell, author of Time Management for Manic Mums Smart, warm and incredibly well-researched. This is THE book employers should be giving all their women returners. -- Professor Karen Pine, Professor of Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, and author of Sheconomics Jessica Chivers has done working mothers everywhere a favour by helping them get in touch with their G-spot. We're talking guilt (what were YOU talking about?) If you're thinking of returning to work, or are already there but tired of feeling frazzled, this book can help you get a grip. -- Justine Roberts, Founder, Mumsnet Jessica Chivers is the perfect ally for a new mother who is pondering whether and how to go back to work. Her chatty style, empathy and wealth of anecdotes make this an easy read as well as a rich source of valuable advice. -- Octavius Black, CEO, The Mind Gym From the Everest of ironing to the lack of quality time with the children, every working mother has G spots (that's guilt spots) aplenty. So how best to negotiate the home-office tug-of-war? Jessica Chivers sets out simple strategies to help ease the pressure - and keep you sane. Mail On Sunday You Magazine