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Everyone knows that being a career mom is one of the hardest jobs there is. Try mastering the work-life balance on top of a fabulous Hollywood lifestyle. Tracey Edmonds knows this scenario all to well. But it’s one that she’s embraced all while making herself known in the film and entertainment industry.

The 48-year-old award-winning producer set out to make magic in 1993 with her then husband, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds. The two formed Edmonds Entertainment Group which created the hit TV series, “Soul Food.” The show garnered critical and commercial success and earned five NAACP Image Awards. Edmonds Entertainment Group became a multi-million dollar enterprise that was actively involved in all aspects of the entertainment business.

Fast-forward to today, Tracey is a dynamic, multi-dimensional entertainment industry veteran. She’s currently the executive producer of “Deion’s Family Playbook,” and she also served as the executive producer on Lifetime’s “With This Ring.” But despite her busy overloaded schedule, Tracey somehow still manages to make time to nurture her growing family.

From following your dreams, effective time-management, “me” time and more, we asked Tracey how she manages to do it all. Simply put, “You can’t put all your eggs in one basket,” she revealed. Watch the video above and get Tracey’s must-watch working mom tips.


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Tracey Edmonds On Her Career: “You Can’t Put All Your Eggs In One Basket!” [VIDEO]  was originally published on