Congratulations to Nicole Corning on her Book and recent coverage on the Katie Couric Show!   The show aires on Thursday March 6th at 3pm on ABC.  The show is about bread winning mothers.  Her book is called The Working Mommy’s Manual and is about how to establish work life balance by trusting yourself and setting your own boundaries. 

Book Description: Amazon.com: A manual for working mothers to achieve their own work-life balance. Real, raw, and funny - you will feel empowered and capable of having it all after reading! The manual contains fourteen topical chapters designed to give practical advice and inspiration through giggle-worthy stories. Chapters include: Stay At Home Moms Are Not The Enemy, Sex: Just Do It, and Mothers and Mothers-In-Law. Where Do I Start? Read an excerpt: Being a working mom is the most crazy, amazing, powerful, frustrating, loving experience you will ever have in your entire life. And I am here to tell you that you can do it! But you will never do it perfectly. Throw perfect out of your vocabulary. Just toss it out the window and keep on driving, because, sister, it ain’t an option for you anymore. We’ve been fed a huge pack of lies. We’ve been told that we can bring home the bacon, fry it up in the pan, and feed our smiling, happy family with it. I am here to tell you that the quickest way to end up on a therapist’s couch or crying into your glass of pinot noir at your girlfriend’s house is to think that “perfect” and “working mother” belong in the same sentence. They don’t. No one has it all. Save yourself the doctor’s bill and the AA meetings and just accept the fact that if you choose to work and be a mom, life will be far from perfect.

This is the link to my book on Amazon:  http://www.amazon.com/Working-Mommys-Manual-Nicole-Corning-ebook/dp/B008VTZY2G/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1393980106&sr=1-3&keywords=working+mother

She also writes a weekly blog that can be found on www.NicoleCorning.com and is reposted on WorkingMother.com that deals with the same subject matter.

Nicole Corning