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The Working Mom Blueprint

Author : Whitney Casares
ISBN : 1610024869
Genre : Family & Relationships
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As a practicing pediatrician and mother of two young daughters, Dr. Whitney Casares understands balancing family and career first-hand. In The Working Mom Blueprint, she combines honest insights about her own challenges with professional expertise about children of working moms--they thrive!--to create a reassuring guide to navigating modern motherhood. Dr. Casares offers a practical plan that covers setting priorities, cultivating self-care, finding child care, establishing an equal parenting partnership, delegating whenever appropriate, and more.

The New Baby Blueprint

Author : Whitney Casares
ISBN : 1610023757
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 25. 56 MB
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Pediatrician and mother of two young daughters, Dr. Whitney Casares, delivers a modern, empathetic guide to preparing for a baby and those first few days, weeks, and months of being a parent. From basic newborn care to breastfeeding success and from childcare choices to the emotional ups and downs of new motherhood, Dr. Casares's advice combines important health and safety information from the American Academy of Pediatrics with honest insights from her own parenting experiences. A dual approach to baby and self-care supports new and expecting moms through the challenges of meeting their own needs while getting ready for and caring for a new baby and includes important information on baby blues and postpartum depression. Dr. Casares's message is especially relatable for fellow working moms, struggling to win at parenting without losing themselves.

God S Blueprint For A Happy Home

Author : Lester Sumrall
ISBN : 9780892212514
Genre : Families
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What are the foundations and building blocks of a successful family? What does the blueprint from God look like? In this book, missionary statesman Lester Sumrall Draws on decades of experience in raising a Christian family to show parents and children everywhere just what God intended for a health family. Marriage, trust, communication, and the gift of children are just a few of the topics covered in this bluebprint from God, as given over the years to one of his most dedicated servants.

Nursing Mother Working Mother Revised

Author : Gale Pryor
ISBN : 1558323317
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Presents advice for working mothers who want to continue to breastfeed, covering such topics as selecting a breast pump, integrating pumping sessions into daily work routines, and maintaining a milk supply.

The Working Mother S Guide To Sanity

Author : Elsa Houtz
ISBN : 0890817448
Genre : Social Science
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The Brown Mama Mindset

Author : Muffy Mendoza
ISBN : 1987591836
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The Brown Mama Mindset is a blueprint for Black moms on life, love and home. Single moms and married moms alike will find a set of parenting principles that will guide African-American moms on a journey to: Efficiently manifest your life's purpose on a timeline that is conducive to raising happy, healthy and well-rounded children. Engage in productive relationships from a place of self-love and abundance, rather than control and lack. View your home and the role of being a Brown Mama for what it really is: your own personal breeding ground for self-mastery. Rather than telling you how to be a mother, this book will help you understand that motherhood is not just about taking care of your children, it's about transforming into the woman that you are divinely destined to be.

The Success Blueprint

Author : Mohamed Isa
ISBN : 9781456628079
Genre : Self-Help
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A BLUEPRINT for SUCCESS is the architectural rendition of what success should look like. It will give you the detail and various views of the concept. It is no secret that achieving goals is a personal and individual pursuit. Your goals are invariably different to those of your neighbor. One important secret in pursuing your goal is in your ability to identify it clearly and distinctly. Accomplishing any goal for success requires us to make changes to the identified product/service/present condition or situation, in order to produce what we are trying to achieve. While difficult to define success succinctly, we have been given many pointers along the way. Successful and well-known people have always given us food for thought. A few examples are: "Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do." John R. Wooden "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." Lao Tzu "What the mind can conceive, it can achieve." Napoleon Hill "If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door." Milton Berle The Celebrity Experts(R) in this book have dedicated themselves to their goals. Their blueprints include the good, the bad and the ugly. They are not afraid of success or failure. Their experiences will guide and mentor you as you pursue your own goals and begin designing your own SUCCESS BLUEPRINT.

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Blueprint For College Success

Author : Pao Lor
ISBN : WISC:89078142288
Genre : Hmong American college graduates
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The New Relationship Blueprint

Author : Nancy Levin
ISBN : 9781401955090
Genre : Couples
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"Nancy's latest book takes a fresh look at relationships, showing you how to build them better from the ground up - or perform some skillful renovations where needed. This book is for you if you're ... - single and craving a new relationship that's beyond what you've experienced before - divorced and determined never to do that again - recovering from the death of a partner and unsure how to move on to other relationships - in a relationship you're not sure you can salvage - looking to refresh and restore your relationship - in a relationship that you recognise as being the right teacher for you, even if it's not easy Whatever your relationship status, if you're looking for more, this book is for you. Working from the essential truth that relationship is first and foremost where we learn to love ourselves, Nancy will walk you through a 10-step process to overcome your emotional and psychological roadblocks to self-love and the relationship you truly desire."--Publisher's description.

Momlandia

Author : Jennifer Strube
ISBN : 9781725291263
Genre : Self-Help
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When two college roommates reconnect after twenty years and find themselves both pregnant with baby girls, nothing could seem more blissful. That is, until they actually have the babies. Cue Momlandia: a strange universe that looks nothing like moms of Instagram. Braless, sleepless, and covered with milk, these friends fight for their pre-baby sanity the best way modern moms know how--one text message at a time. Together, they wade through the strange vortex of momlife, navigating GMO-sized body parts, tangled breast pumps, and sudden-onset husband hatred. Where is the glitter-filled Momtopia they were marketed? Strapping on their belly bands and pulling up their postpartum panties, these BFFs guzzle coffee and kale in search of organic motherhood. Hand-churning flax muffins while fighting their own muffintops, surely they can become the selfless, maternal saints they'd envisioned themselves to be. Or can they? To all those "natural" moms in search of perfection, we hail you, one momguilt, mombod, momfail at a time.

Mean Moms Rule

Author : Denise Schipani
ISBN : 9781402264153
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Denise Schipani shares her secret to being a 'Mean Mom,' and why it's better for your kids–and for you–in the long run." —Jen Singer, author You're a Good Mom (and Your Kids Aren't So Bad Either) "'Mean' moms make kids learn to do things for themselves from making breakfast to finding inner peace. I'm hoping I'm a little meaner myself after reading this book." —Lenore Skenazy, founder of the book and blog Free–Range Kids "I've chosen to be the kind of mother I feel is best, and that kind of mother is mean." MEAN MOMS SAY NO. MEAN MOMS ARE CONSISTENT. MEAN MOMS TRUST THEMSELVES. MEAN MOMS DON'T CARE WHAT EVERYONE ELSE IS DOING. MEAN MOMS TEACH KIDS THE LIFE SKILLS THEY NEED TO KNOW. MEAN MOMS SLOW IT DOWN. MEAN MOMS FAIL THEIR KIDS A LITTLE BIT EVERY DAY. And mean moms prepare their kids for the world, not the world for their kids, raising children into adults who know how to make themselves happy. Mean Moms Rule. And their kids benefit Denise Schipani writes about all things mean and motherly at www.confessionsofameanmommy.com

Project Independence Blueprint

Author : United States. Federal Energy Administration
ISBN : STANFORD:36105029293987
Genre : Energy policy
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Minority Enterprise And Expanded Ownership Blueprint For The 70 S

Author : United States. President's Advisory Council on Minority Business Enterprise
ISBN : UCAL:B3894376
Genre : Economic assistance, Domestic
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The Engaged Employee Blueprint

Author : Corina Walsh
ISBN : 9781525505669
Genre : Business & Economics
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Engaging employees is an enormous challenge for companies and their leaders, costing employers hundreds of billions of dollars annually in lost productivity and crippling innovation. Often CEOs and business owners are aware of the problem yet can’t seem to increase the engagement levels of their employees. The Engaged Employee Blueprint offers an actionable framework that can be used by companies of any size to create the kind of workplace where employees can’t wait to come to work every day. The book includes six extended case studies from award-winning companies that solved common problems related to employee engagement and gained a competitive advantage by making workplace culture a top priority. Employee engagement is one of the most important strategic challenges that companies must overcome to remain competitive in the twenty-first century marketplace. The Engaged Employee Blueprint is the playbook that companies, business owners, and managers have been waiting for to help them build a thriving workplace culture.

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Blueprint For Theocracy

Author : James C. Sanford
ISBN : 9780974704296
Genre : Political Science
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This investigation sheds new light on the confrontational stance the religious right has taken toward contemporary America by examining the nature and origins of its highly charged ideas. It traces its belief system, commonly called the "Christian Worldview," to four Christian thinkers (Abraham Kuyper, Cornelius Van Til, Rousas John Rushdoony, and Francis Schaeffer) known for their anti-modernist, authoritarian, and in some cases, openly theocratic ideas. Although virtually unknown to most Americans, these men have been treated like patron saints by the religious right. Their ideas, seriously discussed within the movement and codified in Christian Worldview documents during the 1980s, have been widely disseminated to followers through textbooks and seminars, evolving over time into standard talking points. The book then examines how the ideology buttresses the movement's controversial, right-wing agenda. It explores how the Christian Worldview advances a concept of "total truth" that is unique to biblical Christians and enables them to redefine freedom, law, government, and even history and science, in their own infallible terms. A vision for the future and plan of action are formed on the basis of these certainties. The book concludes by discussing the danger the ideology poses to pluralist society and offers intelligent ways of confronting it.

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