- The Washington Times - Sunday, February 17, 2002

Books

• "She Works/He Works: How Two-Income Families Are Happy, Healthy and Thriving," by Rosalind C. Barnett and Caryl Rivers, Harvard University Press, 1998. This book has encouraging information for two-career families.

• "When Work Doesn't Work Anymore: Woman, Work and Identity," by Elizabeth Perle McKenna, Delta, 1998. This book advocates using flexible scheduling and downsizing to improve family life and reduce stress.

Online

• Circadian Information, an organization that helps companies manage shift work, sponsors a Web site (www.nightshift.com) where visitors can find articles about sleep, shift work and family life. They can also order the company's Working Nights Family Calendar, which helps shift work families organize schedules and activities.

• At www.nightshift.com, a site sponsored by Circadian Information, an organization that helps companies manage shift work, visitors can find articles about sleep, shift work and family life. They can also order the company's Working Nights Family Calendar, which helps shift work families organize schedules and activities.

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