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About the author:
Jeanne Muchnick is a freelance journalist and the former editor of BaBY Magazine and BaBY
Magazine’s Infant Care Guide, two publications aimed at helping new moms deal with the physical
and emotional aspects of parenthood. Muchnick also served as an editor at Good Housekeeping
and was the Travel Editor at Woman's World Magazine.
Since going freelance in 1999, the self-professed "harried mom" has published hundreds of
parenting and lifestyle articles for various national and local publications, including The New York
Times, The Boston Globe, Woman’s Day, Ladies’ Home Journal, Parents, Parenting, Child,
Pregnancy, Sesame Street Parents, Healthy Kids, Family Life, ShapeFit Pregnancy, Women’s Health
& Fitness, Westchester Magazine, Long Island Parents & Child, In Town Magazine, Rockland
Magazine, Endless Vacation, Sprout.com, Family.com, FamilyTravelTimes.com, and momlogic.com.
She has also been a contributor to several books including See Mom Run, The Best Places to Kiss
in New York, The Rough Guide series and The Birnbaum guidebooks. TV appearances include CNBC’
s Parent’s Helper, Steals and Deals, News 12 Westchester, Good Day New York Sunday and RNN.
She considers herself to be the quintessential suburban mom, complete with two daughters who
she embarrasses simply by breathing, a husband who doesn’t understand why there are so many
beauty products in the bathroom, a shedding dog, a lawn that forever needs mowing, and a messy
house/car filled with overdue library books, clothes headed to the dry cleaners and an assortment
of reusable shopping bags. She lives in Larchmont, NY. For more information go to
www.jeannemuchnick.com or www.dinnerforbusymoms.com.
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Dinner for Busy Moms by Jeanne Muchnick
Study after study proves time spent gathered at the kitchen table is a
significant way to strengthen family bonds. Yet, in our time crunched
world, how do we fit the “goal” of what we know we should do into
our crazy, busy reality? This is not a cookbook but a strategy guide
filled with expert advice from moms just like you. And yes, take-out
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