Do you and your Nanny or Sitter Need a Work Agreement?
Taking the time to draft, agree on terms, and sign a work agreement can protect both parties.
How Much Would You Earn If You Were Paid For Being a Mom?
Have you ever wondered how much you’d earn if you were paid for being a mom?
Benefits and Considerations Before Accepting a Live-In Nanny Job
As a live-in nanny, you will work, eat and sleep under the same roof as the family and children.
The 4 R’s for Negotiating a Nanny or Sitter Salary
The 4R’s (Reflect, Recognize, Research, and Reasonable) can help prepare you for this important salary conversation.
5 Ways to Reduce the Summer Slide
Summer learning loss, the summer slide, or summer setback is the when school age students return to school in the fall at lower levels of achievement than before the break.
5 Ways to Promote Healthy Eating Habits to Children
Here are five tips to help you encourage children to develop healthy eating habits.
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