First, Eat Your Frog: And Other Pearls for Professional Working Mothers

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$18.95  $17.62
Armin Lear Press
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.37 inches | 0.54 pounds

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First, Eat Your Frog centers on work/life integration processes in a more thought-provoking, studious manner than the usual discussions of work and parenting, and will appeal to mothers who are not just going to work, but cultivating a professional career and approach to work and life.

Libraries and readers who choose First, Eat Your Frog will find its drive towards enlightenment and pattern adjustment makes for a series of concrete reflections not just on the balancing act, but the process of creating more satisfying, fulfilling dual careers in motherhood and business achievement.

- Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review

The practical guide that everyone needs to make their lives feel manageable. Elizabeth Arleo writes from her perspective as a working mom, but her advice is so specific and realistic that it applies to women, men, parents, and single people alike. This is a must-read book for anyone who is trying to tame the chaos that is day to day life.

- Emily Tisch Sussman, family policy advocate, political strategist, founder and host of "She Pivots," the podcast in partnership with Marie Claire about women, their stories, and how their pivot became their success

The actionable guide that working mothers need to thrive. Weaving together expert tips and relatable perspectives, Elizabeth Arleo offers valuable insights to help navigate the tension between work and motherhood.

- Reshma Saujani, Founder, Marshall Plan for Moms and Girls Who Code, and bestselling author of Brave, Not Perfect

Where other advice books tell you to 'be more intentional, "have a growth mindset," and plan your self-care, Arleo opens her calendar, brain, and heart to show you exactly how, synthetizing all the strategies she's tried, adapted, and mastered. She's created the secret sauce of "doing it all," or at least the closest thing we've got.

- Lauren Smith Brody, author of The Fifth Trimester and co-founder of the Chamber of Mothers