Freshen up your job

July 2004
Working Mother;Jul/Aug2004, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p54
Focuses on "Second Innocence: Rediscovering Joy and Wonder," John Izzo's advice to working mothers on how to improve their work attitude. Reinvesting energy and thought on work; Paying attention to craft; Showing kindness to other people.


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