Becca Carnahan

Becca Carnahan is a mom of two, writer, and career coach from Massachusetts. She is the founder of Becca Carnahan Career Coaching & Communications where she specializes in helping women find more joy and fulfillment in their work. She also writes and manages the working mom blog, With Love Becca, which helps women manage motherhood, manage careers, and manage to laugh through it all. Becca gained her expertise in the career development field over a 13 year career at Harvard Business School, where she still works as a career coach, and while earning her Masters Degree in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. In addition to her career coaching work, Becca is also the author of Belinda Baloney Changes Her Mind, a fun and inspiring “when I grow up” children’s book and When Mommy Grows Up: A Guide to Parenting Yourself to a More Fulfilling Career.

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10 Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview (Great for Impressing and Assessing)

Inside: Need questions to ask at the end of an interview? Try these 10 questions from a career coach. We’ve all been there. You get to the end of an interview, feeling like you’ve crushed “tell me about yourself,” SOARed right through the behavioral questions, and then you get hit with one more. So, do …

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So You Want to Publish a Children’s Book? Here’s How!

Inside: You can publish a children’s book. You can do it this year! Let’s get started with three different paths forward. Shortly after publishing Belinda Baloney Changes Her Mind I started getting messages that were worded much more eloquently but essentially boiled down to this: But, like, how? It’s a great question! And a question …

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What If Employers Embraced “Mother’s Hours?” (And Encouraged Them For Everyone)

Inside: “Mother’s Hours” for work makes sense, and not just for moms. Here’s how employers can make it work. Dear Employers, Do you know how many incredibly talented, experienced, creative, and dedicated employees you could attract by making one simple change? It’s a change that does not in any way impact productivity but could skyrocket …

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98% of Working Parents Want to Work Remotely – And It’s Not Just About the Sweatpants

Inside: Why does remote work for working parents? Dive into the survey results from FlexJobs and make your case for a remote work arrangement. According to a recent survey by FlexJobs, 61% of working parents want to work full-time remotely in a post-pandemic world and an additional 37% want a hybrid schedule. That’s 98% of …

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