Wish We'd Known: 23 Things No One Told Us About Work After Having a Baby

When you first head back to work after having a baby, it can be hard to navigate the everyday craziness of life as a working mom. Here's what we wish we'd known (24 Photos)

Holly Pevzner on Aug 1, 2013 at 12:00AM

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Your Commute May Border on Bliss

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a Holly Pevzner on Nov 14, 2012 at 2:47PM

Before you became a mom, that 45-minute bus, car or train ride to work may have been painful -- an annoying delay between getting into work or arriving home. No more! While there will be times you'll feel that your entire schedule hinges on your train schedule, odds are you may learn to love the moments you can sit in virtual silence for a nice stretch of time with not one person needing your attention. You can (gasp!) read a book! Catch up on the news! Tune out to music! The commuter parking lot never looked so dreamy.

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