I’m so impressed with Lynn when she took an active role in creating the cover which is a celebration encircling the message that all moms are special -- it speaks volumes all on its own.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 3, 2006
When it comes to motherhood, think you're having, doing and surviving it all? Whatever your answer, this book is for you. It will show you how to not only survive motherhood, but also have it all.
Mom CEO (Chief Everything Officer)TM - Having, Doing, and Surviving It All! by Jodie Lynn, is a book validating moms in motherhood and life in general. Providing inspiring strategies into daily challenges in parenting, family and the "Me Factor" proving once again that moms are far from being desperate housewives.
Stuffed with tons of easy to cook yummy recipes and doable fun activities to help build family traditions/memories, all the way to helping moms avoid work-at-home scams, this is an "all in one answer” book.
“I’ve seen and read plenty of books written on motherhood and the one thing I always see missing is a book implementing just about everything that surrounds surviving motherhood. They are pretty much focused on one or two topics and totally leave out pertinent information that moms yearn for and love to have in one book. For example, this uniquely written book covers topics on pregnancy, baby, breastfeeding, child rearing, mommy wars, taking time for mom, feeling sexy, business tips, and recipes -- neatly wrapped up in one package. There is no other parenting/family book out on the market today that does this -- so we hope to be the first,” says Stacey Kannenberg, of Stacey Kannenberg Unlimited, an imprint of Cedar Valley Publishing, and publisher of Mom CEO (Chief Everything Officer)TM - Having, Doing, and Surviving It All!
Kannenberg says, “I’m so impressed with Lynn when she took an active role in creating the cover which is a celebration encircling the message that all moms are special -- it speaks volumes all on its own.”
Lynn coined the terms, associated with Mom CEO (Chief Everything Officer) TM, and plenty of other CEO acronyms and implications, and even has a wide variety of logos available on her site, http://www.ParentToParent.com -- just in time for Mother’s Day.
“The last two months has been an incredibly busy time…Syndication Secrets was released in March 2006, finishing this one and designing the CEO logos for the merchandise, has all been a blast. I am thrilled when a mom buys a T-shirt, coffee mug, or other product with her favorite logo and then writes to share how much she and her friends love it. It’s a great feeling to motivate moms to feel validated,” says Lynn.
Moms do everything for everyone everyday and deserve the CEO title before anyone else.
Move over Jack Welch -- there's a new CEO in town! From running businesses, households to driving car pool and raising kids -- Moms are the real CEOs in life.
For press interviews, please contact Jodie Lynn at (636) 273 0404.