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100 1  McClelland, Audrey Couto. 
245 14 The digital mom handbook :|bhow to blog, vlog, tweet, and 
       facebook your way to a dream career at home /|cAudrey 
       McClelland and Colleen Padilla. 
250    1st ed. 
260    New York :|bHarper Business,|cc2011. 
300    243 p. :|bill. ;|c21 cm. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-230) and 
520    "Mothers have been looking for the middle ground for more 
       than half a century. Staying at home and raising the kids 
       full-time isn't it. Working full-time and rushing home to 
       tuck the kids in at 7 p.m. sharp ain't it either. Even 
       part-time work outside the house can be a scramble for 
       most women, as they try to "have it all" between 9 am and 
       5 pm. To work or not to work? That seems to be the bottom-
       line question for most women today. But, Audrey McClelland
       and Colleen Padilla are proving that the equation is 
       changing. Both of them left behind the corporate ladder 
       and Ivy League degrees to stay home with their children; 
       but, instead of assigning them permanent stay-at-home 
       status, this choice was the catalyst to their reinvention.
       Miles apart, they each sat down at their computers one day
       and began to blog. Slowly but surely, their audiences 
       grew. The portability of computers and smart-phones, the 
       connective powers of social networks, and an overwhelming 
       desire to happily mix work and family enabled them to move
       past the Mommy Wars (i.e. stay at home mom vs. working 
       mom) into a territory all their own. Audrey and Colleen 
       literally blogged, tweeted, skyped, vlogged, and 
       facebooked their ways to the top. In THE DIGITAL MOM 
       HANDBOOK they will show other moms how to find middle 
       ground--via the frontier of the Internet--too. Do you want
       to be a booming six-figure eBay saleswoman? A 20-hour-a-
       week brand consultant? A local Twitter correspondent? The 
       terms are yours to define. Money, hours-per-week, title--
       these don't dictate your Digital Mom success. Personal 
       satisfaction does"--|cProvided by publisher. 
650  0 Home-based businesses|zUnited States. 
650  0 Working mothers|zUnited States. 
650  0 Self-employed women|zUnited States. 
650  0 Women|xComputer network resources. 
650  0 Electronic commerce. 
650  0 Telecommuting. 
650  0 Internet. 
650  0 Child rearing|xEconomic aspects|zUnited States. 
700 1  Padilla, Colleen. 
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