The Mother of All Jobs is a funny, heart-breaking and completely realistic take on why combining a big job and small children breaks you if you let it. This book ignores the glossy lives presented on social media to show that, while it's not always pretty, working mothers can thrive if they have the knowledge others learnt the hard way.
As practical as What to Expect When You?re Expecting and as human as Bridget Jones' Diary, this book is grounded in real stories that every working parent can relate to, cringe at and learn from.
'A guided missile of a book, unflinching, practical and very funny. If you're a mother with a career (or ever want to be) and are beginning to get the feeling you've been conned, welcome to your manifesto.' - Justine Roberts, Mumsnet CEO