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Looking For Working Mom Blogs In All The Wrong Places? MBC is a great place to start!

I'm looking for some new working mom blogs to read.  On Sundays I go out visiting other blogs and usually do a post about one that catches my fancy.  I'm thinking about working my way through this group and checking everyone out.  I wanted to hear from you all if there are some working mom blogs that you'd recommend I take a look at (of course yours!!)

I'll throw one in the mix that I really enjoy - www.liberatingworkingmoms.com.  Oh yeah, and of course I'm pretty proud of my little endeavor -www.maternityleavecoach.com so stop by to visit.

Have a wonderful Sunday afternoon,

Cheree

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Hi! Check out my blog please www.becauseitriedit.com

Looks great! I for one had a terrible time going back to work when I had my daughter at 40! Never knew it would be so difficult. I had not planned on taking a hiatus from Real Estate & being stuck at an 8-5 job for 5 years when I had my daughter. She is almost 3 now and I am back in Real Estate & also selling 100% toxic free organic bath & wellness products for the family. I blog about that. Check it out www.ToxicFreeWellness.wordpress.com ! 

Hi Cheree, you have a new follower :) I'm a new mom, back at work, so that makes my blog a working mom blog too hehe. http://velvet-rose.net

Had to re-do my site, so still need to re-up some articles. However, you can check out my site at http://www.divineworklife.com/

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