Organizing your personal schedule can be challenging by itself. Add to that the schedules of multiple children and any number of their activities, and you could spend days trying to keep track of everything that needs to get done.
The key to managing multiple schedules is having the right tools and the right mindset. Here are six tips and tactics for time management for parents:
According to 2015 statistics from the United States Census Bureau, about 80 percent of American children have at least one brother or sister. A sibling relationship is the longest relationship that most siblings will have in their lives, so it’s only natural that siblings can have a huge impact and influence on each other.
The extent of sibling influence can vary greatly from family to family and person to person, and older brothers and sisters can pass down much more than the clothes and toys that they’ve outgrown.
Here are some ways that parents can teach older brothers and sisters how to be good older siblings and encourage good sibling relationships:
Stay-at-home parenthood can be rewarding: You get to spend every day with your children without struggling to achieve an elusive home-life balance, and chances are that you’ll be front-row and center for every school function, dance recital and T-ball practice.
Although the life of a stay-at-home parent can certainly be gratifying, it also can lack the monetary reward of a traditional 9-to-5 job on which many families rely.
If you’re a stay-at-home parent, consider these four ways to earn money and contribute to household income without ever stepping outside of your front door:
Each situation differs, but the scenarios are similar: One day you turn around and suddenly realize that your parents are getting older and need help with day-to-day living. When this time comes, it can be difficult for everyone involved. Having a plan in place before it’s needed can therefore go a long way toward alleviating some of the stress.
Before you find yourself taking care of elderly parents, here are some tips to help facilitate the transition to caregiver:
It often seems that a man’s sense of humor evolves when he becomes a father. He develops a remarkable and uncanny ability to work puns and cheesy one-liners into everyday conversations. His family, often lovingly (and cringingly), is likely to refer to such quips as a “Dad joke.”
Some people find that Dad jokes are so bad that they’re actually kind of good.
To celebrate the sense of humor of fathers everywhere, whether it’s corny or wonderful, we’ve compiled some “Best WORST Dad Jokes” supplied by five dads who’ve used them.
One has to admit…the jokes have “Dad” written all over them.