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This is NPR's LIFE KIT. I'm Diana Opong.
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OPONG: Being a working parent can be - well, let's be honest - really hard. I've got three kids and I'm working over 20 hours a week in one job, and I'm spending almost as many hours doing side projects to help grow my career. Oh, and did I mention that I have three school-aged kids? You know, sometimes it just feels like there isn't enough time in the day to get it all done, and done well.
DAISY DOWLING: I've spoken to parents in all different fields and family structures and phases of parenting doing different kinds of jobs.
OPONG: That's Daisy Dowling. She's an executive coach and leading expert on working parenthood, and she's also the author of "Workparent: The Complete Guide To Succeeding On The Job, Staying True To Yourself And Raising Happy Kids."