Guest posts by and about working moms and dads

Guest Post: Mommy See, Mommy Do

by Katrina on May 24, 2012

Kristen is a Bay Area mom and writes a very funny blog about parenting, among other things. A random sampling of recent topics: hippie preschools, baby lust, and pink eye. In this guest post, Kristen talks about an attempt to move her career in a new direction, and the effect it has on her kids, […]


Nancy Davis Kho is a freelance writer and consultant in the Bay Area, with two daughters, age 13 and 10. Since her first child was born, she has tried just about every possible work schedule, from full time to part time to no time, and some other stuff in between. Today she gives us a […]


I’m pleased to announce Working Moms Break has its first foreign correspondent! Also known as my friend, former coworker, and fellow working mom, Lucie Moses. Years ago, while I was quietly descending into full-time job madness, Lucie seemed to have arranged the perfect life as a part-time freelance designer. Now I have that part-time freelance […]


Guest post: Slowly but surely?

by Katrina on January 10, 2011

Nomi is a working mom in Washington DC. She has two boys (age 2 and 6) and heads up the U.S. office of a UK-based family planning charity organization. She sent me an email about two news stories that piqued her interest, and I thought it would make for an interesting discussion on the blog. […]


Guest Post: Reclaiming Mama Mojo

by Katrina on November 15, 2010

Most jobs aren’t made for people who have children. Which is one of the reasons a lot of moms and dads start their own businesses. Lately several blog readers have been asking for advice or stories about this. So I asked Heather Sobieralski to write a guest post about why she decided to start her […]

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