6 Ways to Teach Children About Money
Our understanding of money begins at a young age and by the time we are adults, it’s second nature to use cash, credit and debit cards. In monetary societies, money…
Is Working as a Nanny Skilled or Unskilled Labor?
Being a nanny is a huge responsibility. Families trust you with the care and well-being of their most precious family members – their children. Some families seem to think caring…
Teaching Diversity to Children
We hear a lot of talk about diversity these days. So what is Diversity? Diversity is the condition of having or being composed of differing elements. Diversity is also defined…
Is Your Daughter Ready to be a Babysitter?
Your daughter is growing up so fast and now she wants to take on part-time babysitting jobs to earn spending money. While admiring her work ethic, you may wonder if…
Nanny Transitions – Planning for the Unexpected
When we are faced with a personal crisis, our first instinct is to fall apart. So how do you keep from doing that? First of all, we have more control…
What is the Difference Between a Babysitter and a Nanny?
You need someone to care for your children – but do you need a babysitter or a nanny? If it’s an evening out with your spouse and friends, you need…
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