Book Reviews To Live, Learn and Work By

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Families and Work Institute, (FWI) a nonprofit action tank providing research to live, learn and work by, has launched a book review series that includes video and blog reviews about work-life related books getting people talking and thinking. We go beyond the noise and let you know how popular books on the topic of work can, or can’t, impact your life.

We read them for you because you don’t have time to read everything.

Book Reviews:

all joy and no funAll Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood by Jennifer Senior. Reviewed by Anne Weisberg, the Institute’s senior vice president of strategy.

 

BookOverwhelmed: Work, Love, and Play When No One Has the Time by Brigid Schulte. Reviewed by Eve Tahmincioglu, FWI’s senior director of communications.

 

 

(Tune in next month for more reviews by the FWI team. And email Eve Tahmincioglu at eve@familiesandwork.org if there’s a book you want us to reviews.)

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