Dr. Mom, unlike her colleagues, puts in a 40-hour work week and is still successful. "It seems like most of my colleagues (women and men) work crazy 10, 12+ hour days. Often you hear people comparing the academic version of war stories almost as if it is a contest to see who has worked the longest day. But I have never been like that," Dr. Mom blogs.

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