Wendy Sachs
In Wendy Sachs's truly inspiring book, she interviews accomplished women to find out how they manage the working mom juggling act. Here, the interviewer becomes the subject. Wendy Sachs is an award-winning television producer, former Capitol Hill press secretary and the author of the critically acclaimed book, How She Really Does It: Secrets of Successful Stay-at-Work Moms. Currently, Wendy works as a vice president at a NYC public relations agency. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, Michael, and two children, Alexandra and Jonah.

The Supervision Situation.

“Mommy, last night I had a dream that Ben kissed me!” my six-year-old daughter Lexi told me excitedly, while perched on my bathroom sink, watching me apply my makeup. more

Meeting Michelle.

I am on a quest to meet Michelle Obama. I think we could be friends. Yes, I bet lots of women think Michelle could be their BFF and maybe that’s part of her charm. And maybe that’s what has endeared her to most of the world. more

What is a Mom Worth?

I’ve always had a hunch that I am being grossly underpaid. After all, shouldn’t I be more flush given that by 9 p.m. each night I’m so wiped that my body feels like it’s been mowed down by a Mack truck and I need a triple shot of espresso just to get me moving in the morning. more

Losing My Twitter Virginity – Tweet Tweet!

Last week I lost my Twitter virginity. Like losing my real virginity at age 20, again I felt a bit behind the curve and wanted to wait until it seemed worth it. So last week after watching Barbara Walters send her first tweet live on “The View,” I felt motivated and a little pressured to set up my own Twitterberry. more

Pageant Princesses.

Little girls have been perched in front of their mommies' vanity mirrors smothering on creams, rouges and lipsticks probably since the time Cleopatra first rubbed some Nile kohl around her eyes. The magnetic tug of a mascara wand to a little girl’s hand may be more innate than sucking a pacifier. more

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