Darcie Sanders and Martha M. Bullen are also the authors of Never Throw Out a Banana Again, and their latest book on home businesses, Turn Your Talents into Profits.
Darcie Sanders and Martha M. As recognized authorities on self-employment and family issues, the authors have appeared on "Today," "CBS This Morning," and numerous other TV and radio talk shows, and have been featured in dozens of newspapers and magazines. I was quickly working my way up to opportunities that many of my colleagues dreamed of. Slight change of plans, my husband being in the military, I was forced to leave my company of 7 years and move.
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Staying Home : From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent. by Darcie Sanders and Martha M. Bullen. In Staying Home, authors Darcie Sanders and Martha M. Bullen have taken a wealth of surveys, statistics, anecdotal evidence, and plain old common sense to put together a guide that every woman considering motherhood should read cover to cover. What can a professional woman expect her life to be like after she's ditched the 9-to-5 world and become a.
Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent. Bullen, Martha Mahon was born on September 23, 1960 in Oakland, California, United States. Daughter of Bruce Allan and Mary Willis (Waters) Mahon.
Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent ) This practical guide helps women through the emotional transition from working-world career to stay-at-home parent. Seasoned with plenty of practical advice, this reassuring guide explores every facet of the transition, from making the decision to feeling comfortable at home. Bachelor summa cum laude, Carleton College, 1982.
In their new book, "Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent," Darcie Sanders and Martha Bullen argue that staying home with the kids is a good option for working women. But these two are not your typical at-home moms. In fact, Ms. Sanders, 39, weaned her 2-month-old son at three weeks, partly so she could be involved in the promotion of the book.
About 40 percent of new mothers working full-time before pregnancy did not return to their previous employer. In a survey taken of 300 women, 5. % said they would stay home when they had children.
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That's what everybody tells us," said Martha Bullen, co-author with Darcie Sanders of the 1992 book, "Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent. But that's not always the case, she added. Most of the time, people decide to quit work to stay home for a simple reason - they want to spend more time with the children.