I Am So the Boss of You

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I Am So the Boss of You

An 8-Step Guide to Giving Your Family the "Business"

By Kathy Buckworth

McClelland & Stewart, Paperback, 9780771017483, 247pp.

Publication Date: March 26, 2013

Description

A hilarious, tongue-firmly-in-cheek look at a promising new trend in parenting: being the boss!


     In this day and age - when parenting books are a dime a dozen - it's easy for a mom to get confused. Do you go democratic or hover like a helicopter? Do you take a tiger-ish approach, or something more "hands off," like those French women who supposedly raise perfect children? Parenting author and humourist Kathy Buckworth has a completely different idea: Why not let the boardroom be your guide? In I Am So the Boss of You, Buckworth imagines a world where corporate policies and practices rule on the home front, and Mom is most definitely in charge!



About the Author
Kathy Buckworth is an award-winning writer, public speaker and television personality. She is the author of six books, including The BlackBerry Diaries: Adventures in Modern Motherhood, Shut Up and Eat: Tales of Chicken, Children & Chardonnay, and her latest, I Am So The Boss Of You: An 8 Step Guide To Giving Your Family The Business. She is a parenting and travel columnist for Metro News and GoodLife Magazine, and a feature writer for magazines such as ParentsCanada, Canadian Living, Oh Baby!, and a blogger for Huffington Post Canada. She is a parenting expert on City TV's Cityline and is an in-demand public speaker on media and marketing. Visit her at www.kathybuckworth.com or follow her on Twitter @KathyBuckworth. She lives in Mississauga Ontario with her husband and four children.


Praise For I Am So the Boss of You

“A practical advice guide for parents who feel like they’re not in charge at home anymore.” 
Vancouver Sun
 
“Move over, Tiger Mother. Au revoir, superior French parents. Stop hovering, helicopter moms and dads. If you want to rear responsible, well-adjusted children who will be able to make their way out in the real world, let the boardroom be your guide.” 
—Winnipeg Free Press