How She Does It An everywoman s guide to breaking old rules getting creative and making time for work in your actual everyday life Today s working woman looks a lot like you She s a stay at home mom working on her passion at naptime a part time professional sharing childcare with her husband a full time creative planning a futur

  • Title: How She Does It: An everywoman's guide to breaking old rules, getting creative, and making time for work in your actual, everyday life.
  • Author: Anne Bogel
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  • Page: 101
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Today s working woman looks a lot like you She s a stay at home mom, working on her passion at naptime a part time professional sharing childcare with her husband a full time creative planning a future on her own schedule She s a woman like you with the opportunity to find fulfilling and profitable work without the mother guilt of previous generations The possToday s working woman looks a lot like you She s a stay at home mom, working on her passion at naptime a part time professional sharing childcare with her husband a full time creative planning a future on her own schedule She s a woman like you with the opportunity to find fulfilling and profitable work without the mother guilt of previous generations The possibilities are endless for today s woman in this shifting work place but the roadmap for getting there hasn t quite been written Until now In How She Does It, author Anne Bogel unpacks these trends in family work culture, and gets to the core of HOW you can make your work goals fit into your unique family situation Inside, you ll find the personal success stories of 30 women who found by playing to their unique strengths solutions that really work for their families How She Does It will show you how to Explore options for the shape of your work life, and plan ahead even before there s a husband or kids in the picture Abandon old limitations on home life demands leftover from previous generations Embrace this changing landscape where it s easier than ever to find time to work and be there for your family Squeeze in work hours without increasing childcare Overcome common barriers like a tentative husband or a seemingly inflexible boss Set priorities for your personal, budgetary, and family goals Create a plan for your unique family situation Adapt your work and family rhythms to the changing seasons of life Meet other women like you who have walked the path of blending work and family and succeeded How She Does It is the roadmap you ve been looking for packed to the brim with the creative solutions, encouragement, and resources you need to make a plan that works in the actual, every day life of your family.

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    1. This is the problem with ebooks - one cannot flick through the pages and check out writing styles etc to see if the book is suitable. And while this was a good read, it had absolutely nothing to do with me. Apparently, an "everywoman" is a woman with her own family. I should have known, right. Oh well. In any case, I like the ideas that are presented, I like that we are going back to working in the home as opposed to the office, and I like it when families can work it out so that there is almost [...]


    2. A quick and useful ebook. The most valuable aspect of this book is the collection of stories from various women who found creative solutions to balancing work and family in their life. If nothing else, this book provides permission -- and motivation -- to think outside the box. I wish Anne had taken some time upfront to lay out the narrow audience this is geared toward -- that is, women in opposite-sex marriages who have or plan to have children and want to do at least some work for pay. (The us [...]


    3. My fixation on books about motherhood and work/life balance continues! This was written to be an e-book, and is therefore pretty short and sweet. I appreciated that, but also just didn't find it very good.To be fair, I think my low rating is at least partly due to the fact that I possibly misunderstood the book's target audience -- and that audience does not seem to include me. I realized about halfway through that this really seemed to be aimed at moms who want to work but who, for various reas [...]


    4. A book you can literally finish in a day and may just inspire you to change your life. As a new stay-at-home mom, I enjoyed reading this book and thinking about how and what working can look like for me in this season and in seasons to come. If you're looking for inspiration for finding a work-life balance that suits your particular situation as a woman, this book is encouraging and quick to read.


    5. 3.5 stars. Quick read inspiring women to think outside of the normal paradigms of work/family. It's a good reminder to do what's best for your family and not try to arbitrarily fit an established mold.


    6. A quick, inspiring read by our own "Modern Mrs. Darcy". Reading this book inspired me to recommit myself to making my creative dreams a reality.


    7. this little book was just what I was needing to read today, as I've been a SAHM for 3 years and considering how to reintegrate into the workforce in a way that makes sense for my family. i read the whole thing during nap.


    8. I've been looking forward to reading Work Shift: How to Create a Better Blend of Work, Life, and Family since I heard about it a few months ago. Even with the title, I wasn't sure quite what the focus of the book would be.Blogger Anne Bogel of Modern Mrs. Darcy wrote Work Shift to share with women the possibilites of combining work and family. She explores what this can look like by looking at the ways 30 different women are doing this. Although there are some exceptions, the majority of the ex [...]


    9. As often happens when I start reading a book to review, I'm always a bit skeptical about what I'm actually going to take away from it. I should really know better by now - one can always learn something! As I ran through Work Shift to write this review, I came to a complete stop in the section on time.Although I am enjoying the flexibility of my new-ish job, I struggle with creating "work hours" and "off hours" because there is always something that needs to be done. I have long struggled with t [...]


    10. I downloaded this book as a trial for the Kindle Unlimited (which I won't keep) but this book was excellent. It was an easy read, it introduced me to an ongoing conversation about topics I value, work, quality of life at home and the seasons in life we go through. The author of the book is a favorite blogger of mine, Anne Bogel or "The Modern Mrs. Darcy" She's a productive writer. I found her blog because she is a relentless bookworm and her taste is similar to mine. She posted so frequently I d [...]


    11. 4.5 starsI wasn’t sure how applicable the book would be to my life but I found it very inspiring and motivating. The section on how to squeeze in more work was written for those on parent duty, so all of the tips included there were relevant and occasionally convicting. I wish I’d been able to read this book when I was in college, so I could plan ahead a little better for a career that would give more flexibility and the potential to take advantage of the different seasons and options for wo [...]


    12. I really enjoy the Modern Mrs. Darcy blog, so I was excited to read this. But this was not what I thought it would be about. I was hoping for more ideas about time management for busy moms, but it was really about how to create part-time work on a flexible schedule. I like Anne's blog writing because it's so personal; this book was less so, actually pretty dry in parts. I would recommend it to women who think they want to have kids but are looking for ideas about what to do to prepare in their p [...]


    13. Bogel takes issue with the concept that women have to choose between working or being home, and advocates a more flexible blend of work and lifeOne helpful section covers how to overcome common barriers to achieving work/life balance and advice on issues such as how to work without incurring childcare costs. Childcare costs are wildly under-discussed in the work/home debates, and I think childcare can be a big hurdle. Government-subsidized care wouldn’t help the many moms who work flexibly, an [...]


    14. I would recommend this book to anyone (male or female) with children or anyone planning to have children someday!To be honest, I read Work Shift because my friend Anne wrote it. And she used my personal story as one of her many examples of how to juggle family and work. I wasn't sure what to expect from the book. But I came away feeling enlightened. Anne really researched her topic and does an excellent job providing not only pointers on how families can create a work-life picture that works for [...]


    15. While this book does have some ideas for balancing work and childcare, I felt that it was deprecating to full-time stay at home mothers. Phrases like "I have marketable skills outside a home filled with little people" and "I need time with other adults and accomplishments that don't involve how many loads of laundry I did that day." are understandable, but take value away from those activities. Also, the women in most of these stories seem absolutely crazy with trying to balance work and home li [...]


    16. This Kindle single discusses the different ways that women manage work-life balance. Although it doesn't really offer any practical tips, there is a lot of value in seeing how other mother's manager work and family successfully.I picked my copy up for free during a recent promotion; I don't know if it would be worth paying for though. It was enough like Anne Bogel's blog that I didn't feel like I was getting new information.


    17. A short and practical look at how to make time to pursue work that you value while having family responsibilities. I loved the peek into different families' lives. I think this book is a helpful resource for women in a variety of scenarios -- taking time to look at your family structure and see if it's working for all members of the family is always wise. If you're reassured that you're on the right path, great! If not, this book may inspire you to make some adjustments.


    18. 2.5 stars. The content here consisted of mini-interviews and snippets from other women's lives, lots of "Here's how I did it in 10 sentences or less". I think if I had children, this book would have been more applicable, as the advice for the pre-child stage is pretty much: work hard now so you have something to trade for later.


    19. Good practical tips Bogel writes in the same relatable, practical, voice we're used to from her blog, but in longer form in her E-book. I found this collection to helpful sometimes in theory (pieces by women in different life stages) as well as in practice. A quick read with plenty of info honoring a diversity of life stages and styles.


    20. This book was a quick read and really helped me reassess the work/life balance in our home as it currently stands. It contained helpful information that inspired me to make some changes in our family routine so that I can spend more time in meaningful work, becoming a better wife and mom as I fulfill my other callings.


    21. I loved this book! As I read, I felt inspired to continue plugging along at my 10-hour-a-week nap time gig, and to think about ways to expand it and make it work even better for me and my two girls (and husband). Anne shared some thought-provoking history of the transformation of the workplace, and shared many stories of women who are making work *work* for themselves and their families.


    22. This eBook is a quick read and dives into the WHY behind women in the workplace. I really love Anne's blog and her writing is just as engaging in her book—I just wish it was longer! I appreciated the different perspectives based on seasons of life, but would have liked more practical tips for time management too.


    23. Good things to consider for the future!would recommend this to any woman who is trying to figure out how to work and pursue passions without sacrificing time with your family. Quick read and full of ideas and resources.


    24. Fan of her blog. Enjoyed the history of work. Glimpses into other women's lives probably the most helpful. Got a buzz from reading Susan Wise Bauer's section. Easy, practical read. I do see this as being helpful for women wanting to work in and outside the home.


    25. Short ebook by Anne Bogel, my favorite blogger at Modern Mrs. Darcy, and fellow INFP book lover. Discusses how the work world has changed, and how we have opportunities to find better balance between work and home life by being flexible with our time and roles. Quick, useful read.


    26. I read this book several years ago before the updated version came out. I absolutely loved it, and I want to read it again. I will give a better review once I refresh my memory, but I remember thinking it was a must-read for work-at-home moms!


    27. I love the the author's reading blog. The advice in this book works best for married women/men with flexible work hours. As a grade 3 teacher raising two kids without nearby family support, I walked away with little useful information.


    28. Interesting to see how (some) American women do it. Not relevant for me as I live in a country with heavily subsidized daycare, paid maternity leave and many more benefits. I missed information about making time for your partner beside work and childcare.


    29. Short, quick read, but with some interesting examples of how families are making home life with kids and work all fit into a day.



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