Working During Pregnancy Articles

  • Working from home during pregnancy -- how to manage and succeed

    Working from home is a dream job for most parents-to-be especially moms. How does a pregnant woman cope with all the physical aspects and organizational ones to boot?

  • Working from home checklist -- can you handle it?

    Have you always wanted to work from home but not sure you could handle it? You can always do a practice run for a few days before making any final decisions.

  • The pregnant gal's guide to buying business clothes

    Your career path doesn't come to a screeching halt just because you're pregnant. You still have endless meetings, presentations to give, and conferences to attend. Follow our suggestions below to build your business maternity wardrobe, combining comfort, room for "growth", and yet still having you look chiche and in charge.

  • Standing Long Hours During Pregnancy Affects Baby's Growth

    Does your work require you to stand for long periods of time or to work long hours? If so, your pregnancy working conditions might hamper your baby's growth.

  • Car Safety Tips for Pregnant Women

    Most moms-to-be continue driving throughout their pregnancies. It's safe for most women, even during the last weeks as long as you take extra precautions getting behind the wheel.

  • Negotiating Maternity Leave

    Thinking about getting pregnant, or already pregnant? It's never too early think about what you will do when baby gets here. When planning your maternity leave, the more you can plan or arrange ahead of time the less stress you will feel.

  • Energizer Shake!

    Are you looking for a quick, cool, healthy and easy to make (or make ahead of time) breakfast or snack? Need a pick-me-up? Look no further! Here is the recipe for you!

  • Maternity Wardrobe for the Between Weeks

    Get up in the morning, jump into a pair of jeans and by afternoon it's two sizes too small! During the "in between weeks" of pregnancy many women notice that by the end of the day their belly has expanded outward. What's the mom-to-be to do?

  • Morning Sickness: It's Not Easy Being Green!

    The paradox of morning sickness: Few people ever really dwell on the trauma of it, because it is the famous first sign of a glorious occasion to come -- the birth of a child. That is true. It's also true that morning sickness can be debilitating, depressing and alienating. Baby or no baby.

  • Work and Pregnancy

    You have a job. You're pregnant. Is your job dangerous for your baby? The workplace may pose certain risks, depending upon the occupation. Knowing what these risks are and minimizing them will help increase the likelihood of a healthy pregnancy.

  • Morning Sickness: It's Not Easy Being Green!

    The paradox of morning sickness: Few people ever really dwell on the trauma of it, because it is the famous first sign of a glorious occasion to come -- the birth of a child. That is true. It's also true that morning sickness can be debilitating, depressing and alienating. Baby or no baby.

  • Negotiating Maternity Leave

    Thinking about getting pregnant, or already pregnant? It's never too early think about what you will do when baby gets here. When planning your maternity leave, the more you can plan or arrange ahead of time the less stress you will feel.

  • Keeping Safe and Comfortable on the Job

    Years ago, women were expected to resign from their jobs the moment the pregnancy test came back positive, but today, pregnant working women are as much a part of the modern office as the computer and the fax machine. While most women are able to work through their entire pregnancy, There are some situations in which you may want to consider leaving work early or requesting some modifications to your working environment.

  • Car Safety Tips for Pregnant Women

    Most moms-to-be continue driving throughout their pregnancies. It's safe for most women, even during the last weeks as long as you take extra precautions getting behind the wheel.

  • Standing Long Hours During Pregnancy Affects Baby's Growth

    Does your work require you to stand for long periods of time or to work long hours? If so, your pregnancy working conditions might hamper your baby's growth.

  • The pregnant gal's guide to buying business clothes

    Your career path doesn't come to a screeching halt just because you're pregnant. You still have endless meetings, presentations to give, and conferences to attend. Follow our suggestions below to build your business maternity wardrobe, combining comfort, room for "growth", and yet still having you look chiche and in charge.

  • Working from home checklist -- can you handle it?

    Have you always wanted to work from home but not sure you could handle it? You can always do a practice run for a few days before making any final decisions.

  • Working from home during pregnancy -- how to manage and succeed

    Working from home is a dream job for most parents-to-be especially moms. How does a pregnant woman cope with all the physical aspects and organizational ones to boot?

  • Work and Pregnancy

    You have a job. You're pregnant. Is your job dangerous for your baby? The workplace may pose certain risks, depending upon the occupation. Knowing what these risks are and minimizing them will help increase the likelihood of a healthy pregnancy.

  • Pregnancy Induced Clumsiness

    Pregnancy-induced clumsiness or "PIC" is a real phenomena. Its basis stems from a combination of physical and emotional factors, which increase as the pregnancy progresses.