stay at home mom
This woman is all heart — but she means business.
Love Mom

9 Reasons Stay-At-Home Moms Are The Hottest Women We Know

There is no doubt about it: Stay-at-home moms have one of the toughest jobs around. That said, being a full-time mother isn't all work and no play; We're firm believers in the fact that looking hot while rocking a messy bun and grass-stained jeans couldn't come more naturally to moms. The modern-day SAHM has certainly got the sexy superwoman thing down pat.

Life Coach: Avoid Mommy Guilt & Live A Balanced Life
You'll have more energy for your family if you pamper yourself first!
Experts Blog

No More Mommy Guilt! 3 Secrets For Balance & Bliss

Life coach Beverly Pickard knows a thing or two about mommy guilt. Having once been crippled by self doubt, Pickard now empowers women to make themselves a priority to become better mothers and wives. Read on to learn the 3 secrets to how you can become a super mom, too!

Get Your Sexy Back Without A Gym Membership
Experts Blog

Get Your Sexy Back Without A Gym Membership

Whether you’re an on-the-go parent or part of a busy marriage, at-home workouts are a fantastic way  to stay fit while attending to your hectic schedule.  With the right home fitness program, you’ll generate energy and confidence that will fuel your daily life to new levels of productivity and fulfillment.

housewife
If only he paid me for this...
Love Buzz

Weird News: Should Housewives Earn A Salary?

It's long been said that hiring a person (or people) to cook, clean, nanny/teach a kid to read, pay household bills, shop and have sex would cost a pretty penny. And seemingly, only super villains and Brangelinas have the kind of foresight and cash to hire those several people. However, dear friends, a house spouse (let us not give husbands who work from the home short thrift) does all of these jobs and is NOT on anyone's payroll.

ann romney
Let's not bash Ann Romney for her life choices.
Love Buzz

Ann Romney Should Be Proud Of Her Stay-At-Home Mom Status

My sister is a stay-at-home mom. Her day starts at 6 a.m., when my nephews get up, and isn't over until the last of the two monkeys heads off to bed around 8 p.m. Every single second of her day is dedicated to my two nephews, ages two and three, and I can say without a single doubt in my mind that my sister is the hardest worker I know.

busy mom
Juggling kids and an at-home job can be a challenge.
Love Mom

Being A Work-At-Home Mom Ain't Easy

The working mom vs. stay at home mom debate is one that has gone on for decades. As a work-at-home mom, or WAHM, I lie somewhere in the middle. And while I am very thankful for this, I also want it to be said: WAHMing ain't easy.

mother's day
Tomfoolery

The Best Of The Web: Mom's Day & Ugly People

Nine ways to celebrate Mother's Day. Being a stay-at-home mom. Making a sex tape AND not getting caught. Breaking up via social media, a how to. 10 songs about bad sex. Recovering from a serious text message gaff. Low libido for ladies under 30. Ugly people are better in bed? Bedroom quid pro quo. A wallet made for condoms. And hotel room sex.

Celebrity Love

Younger Women Putting Careers Ahead Of Love Lives

According to a study by researchers from Duke and the University of Albany (Catherine Mosher and Sharon Danoff-Burg, respectively) male undergraduates are now more likely to sacrifice career prospects for romance than females. In a survey of 237 undergrads (a small number if you ask us), 51% of the women said they would choose love over work. And 61% of the men said they would do likewise.

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Happier as Mother & Wife through Sharing a Job

Anyone who's heard the term "mommy wars" knows that being a working mom is a recipe for burnout. When you want to stop juggling a career and motherhood, the best solution might be to do a little bit less. Many employers are now accommodating of a job share. The key to job-sharing is coverage and communication at home and the office. Read more to find out how to find the flexibility you need to have it all and say goodbye to the career vs. family conundrum.

For Some Couples, One Kid Is Enough
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For Some Couples, One Kid Is Enough

Having a child irrevocably alters the balance of a partnership. The responsibility, time commitment and difficulty having baby is tough, no matter how strong your union; romance and sex after kids can be hard to accomplish. Although many couples decide the disruption is worth it, finding a new equilibrium can be challenging. Here, one mother comments on why she won't do it again. In her own words, "admitting that bringing a child into a relationship might ruin said relationship verges on the unpatriotic. Like most of us, I expect romance to survive marriage and committed cohabitation. I’m more dubious that it can survive raising a child."