The Chaos of a Newly Working Mom

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Today, it would be nice if I was doing something like this:

Santa Cruz, CAOr maybe even this:

pig chillinBut, in all likelihood,  my day will probably look more like this:

messyhouse2

In September, I began the task of looking for a job outside my home.  It turned out to be a much more arduous process (and at times embarrassing – Bag Lady Goes a Job Hunting) than I had anticipated.  But at long last, in December I was offered a full time position (someone finally took pity on me) and officially changed my status from WAHM (work at home Mom) to WOHM (work outside the home Mom).

I expected a transition time, what I got was chaos.

Head over to ParentSociety.com where today, I share the whole messy story and what I plan to do about it!

Go Here: The Chaos of a Newly Working Mom

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13 responses

  1. Ha! – loved the article:) My mom was so lucky to have a daughter who picked up the slack when she went back to work and the rest of the family eventually got on board too. I think it was about a 3 to 6 month transition period though – Hang in there:)

  2. I loved the article – very humorous and only too true. The silver lining is that your family should really appreciate all you do (one would hope). I think I liked the pig picture the best!