Friday Finds – March 12, 2010

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Did your city make the list? just published this really cool infographic map (yes, I’m a nerd) of The Best Cities for Working Mothers. Click the icons at the bottom of the map to reveal cities with the highest incomes, lowest unemployment, best childcare, best parks and more. I was happy to see Cincinnati on several of the lists.

Retreat, retreat! File this one under “I Wish I Had Done This!”: Work. Life. Me! A Balancing Retreat for Working Mothers. It’s the brainchild of working moms Karen Renzi, co-owner of Beyondus Design & Marketing, and Denuelle Meyer, life coach and owner of A Balancing Act Coaching. The retreat will be held March 27-28 at Center of Renewal Retreat and Conference Center near Niagara Falls, NY. Sounds woooonderful. And at $159 per person, a great deal, too.

It’s almost St. Patty’s Day–speak like the Irish do. You can brush up on your brogue for free with Rosetta Stone. They’re offering a free trial of Irish Gaelic March 11-18. It’s so easy and fun to use, you might even get the kids interested. Discover their heritage and all that jazz. Erin Go Bragh!

Susan Wenner Jackson

Susan Wenner Jackson is the cofounder and editor of Working Moms Against Guilt. She lives in her hometown of West Chester, Ohio, with her husband, two children, and their dog.


  1. yeah! San Francisco made it on the list of best quality of schools!

  2. Great article on best cities for working moms. Hadn't seen this. Will be sure to share with my friends. Thank you!!

  3. @Annie – isn't it fun to find your town on positive lists? Cincinnati was also recently listed as #1 "craziest" city (not crazy-fun, just crazy).

    @Money Missus – Glad you liked it! We aim to share stuff other WMAGs would like.

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