The Thank You For Being a Working Mom’s Toolkit

Published Tuesday, May 03, 2011 5:56 PM

Mother's Day is fast approaching with its glitter embellished cards and kitchen-wrecking breakfast creations. The sweet offerings of children (often aided and abetted by dad) make motherhood worth it. What makes it possible is a whole other story.

 Working moms pull double-duty, managing both paying work and labors of love. Pulling it all off requires patience, planning and frankly, luck. Well this is your lucky-day: we've assembled a list of our go-to resources that every parent can use in a pinch. It's our "Thank You for Being a Working Mom" Tookit.

 Finding Child Care for Sick Kids: A Working Mom's Guide to Sick Kids:  Daycare for sick kids? Yup, it exists; here's how to find it before a little one's fever coincides with a can't-miss-meeting.

 Stress Management Tools for Parents: Stress-free working moms don't exist. Come to think of it, stress-free stay-at-home moms don't exist either. So moms, take a deep breath and read on for stress-busting tips, everything from parental date-night to effective time management tools to help keep stress at bay.

 Working Parents: A clearinghouse of information from leading web resource BabyCenter providing tips for working parents on topics ranging from childcare to managing mom-guilt.

 25 Parent Productivity Tools for Busy Moms, Dads and Kids:  Comprehensive list of productivity resources ranging from pet care to allowance trackers. Offers a productivity overhaul for virtually every aspect of family life.

 Mom Puts Family on Her Meal Plan: Healthy, home-cooked dinners every weeknight? You heard me right. This helpful article takes you through the planning process for dishing up dinner after work. And a new favorite blog Dinner: A Love Story  is a charming, nightly walk through healthy, foodie home-cooked meals made by a pair of working parents every night.

 What tools do you use to help balance the demands of work and motherhood? Share your thoughts here and on the Pendaflex Facebook page.

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