Can you get any work done when your kids are around?
Essential Kids members and full-time working mothers share their tips on how they juggle work, children, and getting everyone up and out the door every morning. On time!
When Noelia Garella was a small child a day care centre director rejected her application and called her a "monster". Now, aged 31, she has overcome a life of prejudice to become Argentina's first teacher with Down syndrome.
When we first wrote about 17-year-old James Charles and his amazing beauty skills, there was little doubt he was a star in the making.
A nurse from Queensland, Australia, has been praised for a heartfelt open letter she wrote following a meeting with an acquaintance who described her as 'just a nurse'.
For many parents, keeping children occupied during the long school holidays can be a nightmare.
A 16-year-old boy who has Down Syndrome, wrote a letter asking for help finding a weekend job.
I hope you take pride in all you have accomplished," the president wrote to the formerly homeless child.
Jensen Walcott, 17, could never have imagined that asking a simple question about why her pay was less than a male co-worker's, could land her where she did.
I love holidays of all kinds, so how did it get to this, asks Jenna Price.
"You want me to get a job, but you, and your colleagues, have not offered or supported my ability to have any meaningful career of my own."
A small piece of encouragement in the form of a note from a daughter to her mum's work has eased a mother's guilt.
Being driven to distraction may be sucking dry your ability to focus and succeed.