By Taffy Brodesser-Akner | Hollywood Reporter.com
If you’re a working mother in this or any other industry, and you’re looking for a magical app or shared calendar that will help you find the correct equilibrium between work and home life — forget social life! — you won’t find it here, because it doesn’t exist. We’re all rolling calls in the car on the way home from the office. We’re all texting at traffic lights (but not when the kids are in the car, right?). We are all very grateful for the domestic help we’ve been lucky to find and fold into our families. We are all not going to the yoga class we so badly want and need to attend. We are all sure we’re not doing this right.
But if you’re looking for perspective on how to handle the guilt and which way to wiggle on the choices you do have, well, you’ve come to the right place. “I like to say my job has flex hours,” cracks UTA’s Louise Ward, who has three children and reps Channing Tatum and Colbie Smulders. “Twenty-four of them a day!”