Work Shift Review and {Giveaway}

As a full time mom, full time employee (some days outside the home, and lots of work at home,) and part-time homeschooler, one of my biggest struggles is figuring out how to blend work, life, and family.

The minute I heard about Anne Bogel’s new ebook, Work Shift, I was intrigued. A guide to blending my work life and family life? It was just what I needed as I’m entering into a new position at work and at the same time trying to soak up all the time I can with my kids while they’re still so young.

In Work Shift Anne provides practical advice for the details of blending work, life, and family. From managing household tasks and planning mealtime to discussing options for every age and life stage you can imagine, Anne covers it all. She also includes personal stories of nearly 30 women who have created a blend of work and family that works for them.

“A personalized plan that’s tailored to the needs of your family and your work isn’t going to just happen. You’ve got to create it.”

Click here to view more details and download your copy for only $8. It’s a must read for any mom trying to find that perfect blend of working and meeting the needs of your family.

And…Anne has graciously offered to give one of you a copy of her ebook Work Shift!

To enter: Leave a comment sharing your biggest struggle in blending your work life and family life.

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to Dee!


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  1. Am I seriously the first one to comment? The biggest work/life balance challenge I find is that at work, I’m thinking about home stuff and to a lesser degree, vice versa. Actually, I don’t think about work stuff at home, but sometimes feel/wish I could spend a weekend day at work to catch up.

  2. This sounds like a wonderful book. My biggest challenge is finding time for rest and to just "be". If I'm not careful, I'm doing something every moment at home: laundry, cleaning, planning/preparing meals, homework, etc. Thanks for your great blog!

    • krissajeldy says:

      I'm the same way Emery! I have to make myself take time out for myself every now and then, because there's always something to do and the list will never get completely crossed off!

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