REVIEW: Connect and learn with ‘The Multitasking Mom’s Survival Guide’

If you are frazzled, coming unhinged and struggling to find work-life balance while raising your children, you know you are not alone. The makers of the ““Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Multitasking Mom’s Survival Guide”” have released an anthology of stories from multi-tasking moms like you who manage to do it all and take a pause to breathe.
The book, released earlier this year that retails paperback for $14.95, is filled with 101 heart-warming, well-written stories and prose from bloggers, authors, journalists, working moms, stay-at-home and work-at-home moms who strive for balance, order and offer worthwhile temps through their own trial error. 
From the publishers:  The Multitasking Mom contains 101 inspirational, useful, and amusing stories about mothers taking care of themselves, juggling a career, and enjoying the wonder of being a nurturer and provider. Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Amy Newmark do a great job selecting and assembling a good package of tales.
The stories are short reads that you can digest while waiting at the laundromat, for the kids to finish a sport or activity, waiting in bank or grocery store lines. You will be able to connect to the lives of and empathize with contributors.

Pick up a copy at your local book stores or get it online at our affiliate partners Amazon.com HERE!

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