4. Don't be afraid to break your routine sometimes, because consistency is a killjoy.

10 Secrets to Being Happy

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Big blue skies. A cozy cabin. And panicked calls 4,000 miles away from the school nurse. Here's what really happens when you try to break loose.

I Went All the Way to Alaska to Escape Family Life. It Didn't Work.

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I worked from home part-time in my field of choice. And then during my second maternity leave, it hit me.

I Quit a Working Mother's Dream Job Because of What I Think My Children Should See

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They get memories to last a lifetime. You get a break. Everybody wins!

How to Find the Perfect Summer Camp for Your Kids

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This mom's way of dealing with male coworkers who co-opt her ideas is BRILLIANT.
Men who asked to work at home to take care of a child were judged to be more likable and committed than their female counterparts. (from 2014)

Companies That Offer Flex Time Are More Likely to Penalize Women Who Use It Because Of Course

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"We're tired because every single job we try to do gets literally sabotaged five times."
You aren't doing your well-being any favors when you force yourself to wear a smile, suggests a 2016 study.

Why Pretending to Be Happy Around Your Kids Can Hurt You More Than You Realize

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She's smiling because she has stopped feeling sorry about leaving 'early' to pick up her kid.

10 Things No Working Mother Should Ever Apologize for

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The girl who hated how her mother's business took up so much time? Just wait until you see what that young woman does today.

Will Your Child Turn Out Okay? 6 Working Moms Reveal How Their Grown Kids Are Doing Today

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A new study has found that top-tier schools' female graduates earn about the same as men from the least selective schools. And the reason why will infuriate you.

Attending the Most Selective Colleges Boosts Men's Salaries a Whole Lot More Than Women's

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It's quality over quantity for their academic success, behavior and emotional well-being. (from 2015)

Study Proves Amount of Time You Spend with Kids Under 11 Has No Bearing on How They Turn Out

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