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Read this book if you want to make the very most of your pregnancy journey while working. This book is written by a mum of three who has a diploma in both antenatal and human resource subjects as well as drawing on many other mothers’ experiences. This book covers topics such as planning for your maternity care, how to look after your pregnancy wellbeing, keeping your stress levels low and how to communicate with your employer effectively. It also offers a step by step guide on how best to plan your pregnancy journey at work. It’s full of practical advice and no-nonsense self-help tips including a pregnancy week by week checklist with key dates and deadlines.Don’t waste your time trying to work out the best way to deal with being pregnant and working. Get this book and do it the easy way and get the best out of a very unique and happy experience.Questions with the author:Q: Who is this book for?A: Anyone who is working and planning a pregnancy in the future and all those who are working and already pregnant.Q: Won’t my employer tell me all this? Or my midwife?A: No! Your employer has certain obligations which include keeping you safe at work and providing you with relevant maternity pay and leave provisions. They will advise you on their company maternity policy and your statutory rights but that is likely all they’ll do.Your midwife will see you a few times through your pregnancy to monitor the health of you and your baby and advise on motherhood. Although they will do their best to answer any questions you have, they are experts in maternity care, not employment.