Run Like A Mother

Author: Dimity McDowell
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 1449400248
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In Run Like a Mother, authors Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea offer both inspirational advice and practical strategies to help multitasking women make running part of their busy lives.

Train Like A Mother

Author: Dimity McDowell
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 1449409865
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How to Get Across Any Finish Line - and Not Lose Your Family, Job, Or Sanity
Dimity McDowell, Sarah Bowen Shea. 02. BEFORE. YOU. HOP. ON. THE. TRAIN
. By. Dimity. I promise we won't retell too many stories we already shared in Run
Like a Mot/. ... My family has a history of depression, and as much as I tried to
pretend I was a healthy, separate flower growing next to the diseased family tree,
my genetic reality had come crashing down when I had Amelia, our first kid.
Despite ...

Gece

Author: Elie Wiesel
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ISBN: 9786054629978
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Upscale

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But when you lose your job, you say 'well I've worked for this company in
corporate America for 1 1 years, and I'm sure I can get another job relatively
easily because of the skills I've acquired and because of my background and all
that stuff.' Well, being in your late 3()s it didn't happen, it just didn't happen. So I'm
saying, 'wait a minute, what's wrong." The bubble burst, and I found myself
looking for any type of job because the unemployment benefits were running out.
What do you do?

Rtnda Communicator

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Dughi, 38, who next became news director of WBNS-TV in Columbus, OH, is now
director of The Producing School at The Broadcast Image Group in San Antonio,
a job he took not to get out of the news director business, but because it ... effort
to keep their sanity, their souls and their spouses. Their daughter, Kim- berly, now
28 and working as Florida regional producer for NBC News Channel, remembers
her mother as "definitely the strength in our family. She kept our family together.

Fly In The Ointment

Author: Anne Fine
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407083929
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Anne Fine ... Only the day before, I'd started a proper accounting job with a small
family firm, Hanley & Hanley, run by a somewhat tottery but sharp old fellow and
his engaging son. ... I tried to sound casual: 'I think I've lost Malachy again. If he
comes in to find me, would you give him this?' Soraya took it with a worried look. '
It isn't cash?' Leaving a box number for your own son sounds so unloving that I
lied. 'No, it's my new mobile number.' She slid the envelope between the wall and
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Left Curve

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like a kid playing house when you move in together. You get married a year later
and feel like a princess. You get an office job where you type a lot and then go
back to school. Finally you are going to be something. A writer. Two weeks into
the semester you get pregnant and then have a redheaded daughter and are
giddy happy for awhile, living in a little rented cottage with your baby and
husband. Of course, you get bored and frustrated, it's not enough, so you finish
that degree so ...

Tan

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My husband had actually left me and he wasn't coming back. I still wanted him
back, however it takes more than just me wanting, it would have taken the two of
us. But there was no chance of that. Bill had made up his mind and I had to make
up mine that life goes on. T SUDDENLY realized the enormity of the job that lay
ahead of me. I had to be mother and father to my child. I had to provide for us as a
family. I had to get a job to keep my sanity. And I had to move. There were just too
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