As a breastfeeding mom faced with returning to work, I know how terrifying it can be to think about the transition you're about to make.
You're afraid to disrupt your routine and the hard won tenuous grasp you've gotten with breastfeeding. You're afraid your baby will prefer the bottle and you'll be forced to wean before you're ready. You're afraid you won't produce enough. You might even be afraid of losing momentum in your career, or worse, getting fired.
And you're probably not sleeping.
I was a new mom who struggled entering the world of motherhood. We fought through a lip tie, poor latch, and low birth weight to finally get the hang of nursing after about two months. I hadn't slept more than a few hours in a row, but I felt like I was finally getting intoa routine with my newborn.
Then I realized I had to go back to work. I wasn't rocking the whole maternity leave thing, but I felt in no way reado be away from my baby all day. I wasn't sure how I'd be able to continue breastfeeding. I was sure I wouldn't make enough milk, and that I'd probably fall behind at work and lose out on the best roles or a promotion.
I went back to work and realized I needed to make my goals happen for myself. No one else was going to help me, and no one else cared as much as I did about my baby or my career. If I wanted to breastfeed, I needed to schedule pump time. If I wanted to get ahead at work, I neeeded to make it happen.
So I did.
I created the optimal steps to set myself up for both work and pumping success. I knew what I needed to do to make enough milk for my baby and get us both ready for the day long separation. I also implemented systems to prioritize and continue winning at work. Although it was definitely a shift in my schedule these steps helped me nurse for 19 months, and get a promotion at a fortune 500 company.
And now, I want the same things for you.
Whether it's breastfeeding for three months, six months, or two years, I want you to meet those goals. If it's climbing the career ladder or just hanging in there during this phase, I want you to meet your career goals.
Breastfeeding & Pumping when you return to work...
This PDF unit + video supplement will help you through each phase of going back go work. From getting your breastfed baby to accept the bottle and NOT refuse the breast to getting your schedule set for pumping at work, you're covere If you're worried you won't make enugh ounces to get baby through daycare - we'll cover that. Are you worried you won't be given the flexibility to pump when you need to? We've got you covered there too.
We'll tackle questions like:
Returning to Work - A Guide to Success
The second PDF+ supplement focuses on how to succeed once you're back in the game. You're probably unsure of how you'll be perceived as an employee now that you have these other responsibilities. Don't be. I'll help you set up your schedule and set expectations with your bosses so you're just as productive as before. You can do this.
Here's where I'll show you how to:
Can you really help me?
Hi, I'm Carly!
I was once where you are.
A new mom who was totally overwhelmed, and felt like she'd never figure out breastfeeding, survive motherhood, or be successful at anything ever again.
I didn't know how often to nurse, and I felt like I was constantly attached to a baby. I couldn't find two minutes to go to the bathroom. I had NO IDEA how I was going to go back to work and continue breastfeeding.
Becoming a new mom is HARD, but I made it through, and so will you.
From the early weeks of me crying each time we nursed, to 19 months of breastfeeding - we made it.
From frazzled and sleep deprived to nursing and pumping regularly, back at work with demonstrated success, high performance reviews, and a promotion at a fortune 500 company.
Sometimes you just need a little guidance, someone to give you awesome (and useful) information, to hold your hand, and let you know it will be ok. You will get through this. I can help!
You're not alone! I felt all of these things and more as a new mamma.
The good news is, while it may not feel like it, this is a short phase. In the meantime, I'd love to help.
Because I know you need a solution NOW.
You need to get back to work, feel confident in your breastfeeding goals, and take control of the insanity of the newborn phase.
Luckily, you have immediate access to the PDF files and supplemental videos. And you'll get a BONUS section on combatting the overwhelm of new motherhood. Going back to work and transitioning is stressful. This bonus section provides actionable tips on how to decompress. The best news is, it's risk free.
We always want you to be happy with your purchase and our content. So we remove all the risk.
If you're not 100% satisfied - I'll refund your money as long as you email me within six months.
This is literally a RISK FREE purchase.
You'll get two videos absolutely free on two topics that are super important to moms.
- 10 tips to sleep through the night
- How to build a breast milk freezer stash of 500+ oz.
PLUS -- the bonus section on combatting overwhelm as a new mom.
That's two bonus videos, and an entire bonus section (+ supplemental video) FREE!
*Email me with your receipt and I'll send the links to the videos directly to your inbox!
Helping you out as a new mom doesn't include adding any stress to your plate. If you're not 100% satisfied - I'll refund your money. This is literally a RISK FREE purchase.
100% of customers replied that the course was worth the money*
The top two participant rated sections of the course are on sample schedules and establishing milk supply.
"This course is perfect for new moms continuing to breastfeed after returning to work."
A big "ah hah" for participants are the employer rules and regulations that require employees to be able to breastfeed while at work.
*Don't worry I'll ask for your opinion too!
"This course is absolute gold for a working mom! It’s written from the perspective of a working mom who has managed to excel at mom life, breastfeeding and her career. This is inspiring for any working mom who has career goals but also wants to be a great mother. The course is broken down into three units to work through as you reach the applicable stage or review all at once and then go back to as needed. I love all the practical tips Carly provides for returning to work and making the most of your time while still fitting in all the necessary pumping times to keep your supply up. If you are a working mom that wants to successfully breastfeed, then this course is a must!"
- Lauren, my favorite job title is mom
I've already started breastfeeding. Is this course not for me? This course is beneficial for everyone who is seeking a long-term (beyond maternity leave) breastfeeding relationship with their child. The first lesson is helpful for the learly days, with tips on milk supply and regulation, and adjusting to the overwhelm that comes with new motherhood. The second lesson focuses on pumping and being away from your baby, while the third lesson details how to be successful back at work. If you'v already started breastfeeding you're ahead of the game for unit one, but you'll still find awesome tips on setting up schedules, and ways to decompress.
I'm on a budget. Is it worth the investment? This course costs less than a lunch out. For less than $15 you can set yourself up for success, reduce stressand get ready to crush breastfeeding and working. For me, that was worth double the cost.
I'm a mom. I don't have time to read a lot or watch a two hour video. I know how busy you are. You don't have time for a full class or some days to even wash your hair. The good news is that you can read all this information QUICKLY. The video supplements can get you started if you don't have 10 minutes to spare, and both PDFS can be read in less than 30 minutes.
I don't plan to return to work. What would I get out of this? If you don't plan to return to work, and won't need to pump a freezer stash, the entire course might not be for you. However, unit one is still totally relevant. You might get more value out of Breastfeeding Basics for New Moms, which is included as part of the bonus for this course.
How do I get my FREE bonuses? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your receipt and you'll be sent the links!
Is this a comprehensive guide on how to breastfeed? No, this course doesn't focus on latching or breastfeeding positions, how milk is made, or the let down process. This course focuses on building supply, dealing with all the overwhelming changes in your life, and setting yourself up for breastfeeding success if you need to be away from your baby. Whether that's for work or any other reason - getting ready to pump is another phase in the breastfeeding relationship. If you're looking for a great guide on learning to breastfeeding, check out this course from Milkology. It's everything you need to know about learning to breastfeed - in 90 minutes!
If you're ready to get back to work and breastfeed with confidence, click below to snag your PDFs. You CAN do this.
I truly believe this course will help you with your breastfeeding and working goals. On top of helping you chill out a little bit.
That doesn't include in any way making you worry about the cost.
If you're not 100% satisfied - I'll refund your money as long as you email me within 30 days. This is literally a RISK FREE purchase.
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