Tina Fey certainly knows a thing or two about juggling a successful career and being a mom. She opens up about the demands of working mothers in her article in The New Yorker, aptly titled 'Confessions of a Juggler,' according to Us Weekly.

Fey is mom to 5-year-old Alice, with husband Jeff Richmond, and writes that people often look at her with "accusatory eyes" when trying to figuring out how she does it all.

"Sometimes I just hand them a juicy red apple I've poisoned in my working-mother witch cauldron and fly away," she jokes in the article.

Perhaps her "working mom" struggles can be turned into a script?

"There's another great movie idea! Baby Versus Work: A hard-working baby looking for love (Kate Hudson) falls for a handsome pile of papers (Hugh Grant)," she writes. "I would play the ghost of a Victorian poetess who anachronistically tells Kate to 'go for it.'"