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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Motherhood is incredible, rewarding, magical, and amazing. Mompowerment: Insights from Successful Professional Part-Time Working Moms Who Balance Career and Family by Suzanne Brown is an insightful book that handles a relevant topic in a progressive and positive manner, one that will help all moms make changes in the workplace and home. This practical guide to motherhood gives excellent tips and suggestions and interviews that will help in a good transformation to being successful as a professional part-time working mom. The book creates a situation where all moms will feel empowered, both in motherhood and career. The information, examples, and personal stories are useful to moms when it comes to making their choices.
This book is not only informative, but can also be used as a reference guide. The exercises are helpful when it comes to understanding where changes need to be made and figuring out what works for each person. For all mothers, women who are thinking of having babies, career women, and those wanting help on how to approach motherhood, this book has a lot to offer. Mompowerment is tough, no matter what, but the author gives excellent tools so that all mothers can combine career and family the way they want. The topic is fresh and the author’s approach is encouraging, and is a wonderful reminder that women can combine a career and motherhood and be successful at both. This book will help working moms to achieve success by making comfortable decisions for their career, family, and work.