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Join our eMoms at Home Group on WorkItMom!


Some of you may already know Nataly Kogan and her killer social networking site for business moms at WorkItMom. Nataly and I met, serendipitously enough, as I read her article on the Huffington Post about her struggles overcoming the “Mommy Stigma” in business.

Oh, could I relate.

Then we met at BlogHer, then we became friends, then we started swapping articles, then WorkItMom became a new sponsor here.

To me, this is the perfect advertiser for our site. We share the same goals - helping moms (and dads!) succeed in business and in life. I’ve linked to them in the past because I thought that WorkItMom would add value to your life.

We get to kick that up a notch now, and I’m pleased as punch! (Especially considering I have turned down well over $1000 in advertising revenue in the last month or so because I didn’t think those advertisers would add value to your experience here, there, or anywhere else for that matter).

So what better way to celebrate our new partnership with WorkItMom than to launch our own little group over there? All of the eMoms at Home authors are going to be hanging out and sharing tips, secrets, articles, and just hanging out - please join us! :D

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