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Workin’ Moms

August 15, 2019

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Do you have trouble agreeing on what to watch?

Is he all Westerns, Aliens, and Die Hard? Maybe you enjoy some extraterrestrials, but would rather check out Brene Brown or Queer Eye?

I stumbled upon your entertainment solution, especially if you’re new parents like us: Workin’ Moms. It’s a sitcom about a group of new moms in Toronto, returning to work after maternity leave. Characters in the show gripe about going back to work after 10 months of leave (I was happy with 10 weeks)!

I love this show because it feels like traveling to visit our neighbor to the north, and you get a taste of their culture. I wholeheartedly agree with the Workprint’s well-written review of season one

While I giggle at the Mommy & Me group antics on screen, my husband appears mildly entertained while passing out. This show doesn’t shy away from the dark side of parenting, from having to protect your baby from a wild animal (again, Canada) to fielding unwelcome remarks as a new mom. If you need some fun, relatable entertainment, give it a go. 

By the Way

I’m still finding my rhythm with the blog, and enjoy alternating career and personal finance topics with mommy and lifestyle content. Let me know how it’s working for you in the comments. Or, if you’re a private person, e-mail me! It’s

Thanks for joining me in kicking ass at life & parenting, one day at a time. 

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