The Sneaky Summer Calendar Trick to Ditch Working Mom Guilt

According to The New York Times, summer break in the U.S. is about 10 to 11 weeks long on average. For working moms with school-aged children, this can be a logistical challenge and can also create loads of working mom guilt.

To read the full article in Working Mother Magazine, click here.

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