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16 Tips To Help Returning To Work After Maternity Leave

Work After #Maternity-Leave : You never thought that going back to work would be this difficult, did you? Now that the time approaches, you are filled with dread and apprehension. You are not alone. The very thought of leaving their little one behind can fill new mothers with anxiety.Here are the tips to make your returning to work after maternity leave easier.

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Work Gap? Here’s How to Close It on Your Resume

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Returning to Work or School while Breastfeeding Your Baby - Some tips for Success

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The Ultimate Guide on Building Breast Milk Stash Before Returning to Work

Want to build a breast milk stash before returning to work? Check out this ultimate guide to build your freezer stash (FREE download: freezer stash calculator: design your pumping plan to meet your freezer stash goal).


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jessigaivota: Even though I won’t be attending capoeira for a while (because money), that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t prepare my body for my return!I have really tight hips resulting in low kicks, so I’m going to condition myself to get into the routine of working out at home.I’ll find the motivation. I don’t know where, but I’ll find it!I’m going to start with open lizard, happy baby and pigeon. I’ll hold each position for 20 seconds and hopefully I’ll see some progress in a weeks time!