Working Mother

I'd Rather Have an Hour to Myself at Night Than More Sleep, Thanks

woman with ipad and baby at night

Hear that beautiful sound? It's silence. And it's exactly what I need for a little while every day.

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If there’s one thing every working mom has in common, it’s that we’re exhausted. Depleted. Bone tired. Dead on our feet.

And yet, many of us are hiding a secret, even from our husbands: We could be .

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