Well, it’s official. You are now on the WMAG VIP list. Welcome!
Keep an eye out for the confirmation email that double-checks you really want to be on this list. (Which, of course, you do!) Once you hit that confirmation link, we’ll send you a link to download our ebook, 99 Simple Ways to Make Life Better Now.
You’ll also start getting weekly updates of our latest content. We know you’re busy, so we hope this makes it easy for you to keep tabs on all the tips, experiences, and resources we share to help working moms like us.
Thanks for joining our community of working moms on a quest for less guilt and more joy. We’re so glad to have you!
What to read now
Working Moms Against Guilt has been publishing content for working moms since 2006, so we have a pretty extensive archive of great articles for you to peruse. If you’re fairly new, here are some of our most-shared posts you might want to read while you wait for that confirmation email to arrive …
Does your morning routine include packing your child’s lunch for daycare? Here’s a week’s worth of easy toddler lunches that require minimal prep time.
Make this easy chicken parmesan with items you probably already have in your pantry. I love this dish because it looks impressive but it’s super-easy.
A clean workspace is key to having an uncluttered mind and a great way to foster productivity. Here are seven helpful tips to organize your office.
This one’s for any mom nearing the end of her pregnancy and wondering how she’s going to make it. Stephanie shares the trials and tribulations of being 36 weeks pregnant.
Returning to work after maternity leave is a difficult and emotional challenge. Here are some tips for navigating back into the working world after a baby.
If you have an only child, how do you respond to questions about when/why you should have more kids? Follow this honest advice from a mom who’s been there.
No mom can possibly achieve the unrealistic expectations of a mythical “Supermom.” Here’s how you can “Lose the Cape” and redefine what being a mom means.
Looking for baby sprinkle game ideas? Here’s one that’s fun to play, easy to plan, and leaves behind a nice gift for Mom. Step-by-step and free printables!
As an overwhelmed, exhausted mother, Kristi decided to spend a week mothering herself. Here’s what she learned—and how you can adopt your own self-care routine.
The first day of preschool can be difficult for working moms but even harder after both mom and child have a complete meltdown before the day even begins.