30 Things Working Moms Should Know By The Time They Hit 30
You know how to multitask.
Whether it’s using your phone as your personal assistant to call in car repairs or check the kids’ grades or planning date night with your partner, you know how to get it all done. You can work and be mom. Just as well, you can be mom and be a girlfriend or spouse. If there’s a kitchen tool you love, it’s because it can do a hundred different things for you. That’s a good analogy for what you do for your family and your employer. Basically, you’re the Swiss army knife of motherhood. You’re resourceful with what you’ve got, and when there’s something you just plain can’t do, you know how to find the person to do for you.