Working parents today tend to feel a need to do it all: chauffeur the kids to school, work eight or more hours a day, pick up the kids from school, help them with homework, and then burn the midnight oil to complete a work project. Who has time to catch one’s breath, let alone catch some sleep? How can a new parent keep everything under control without pushing over the limit?
Here are four ways for achieving a healthy work-life and home-life balance:
How to help children understand the difference between a “need” and a “want.”
No matter how uncomfortable it may be, all children need to hear the word “no” at certain times. Without such limits, children don’t learn the self-discipline they need to succeed in adulthood, and they may even develop a sense of entitlement. Unfortunately, telling your kids “no” sometimes can be difficult, especially if they react in anger.
The information below can help you make the process a little easier for both you and your child.
In today’s stress-filled world it can be easy for working parents to forget about taking care of themselves and their needs. Gerber Life Insurance Company has compiled the following list of tips to help you maximize your time to create a little extra time for yourself.
Lots of laughs, good food and great stories — there’s nothing like getting the family together for a reunion every year. If Aunt Jean can’t take off from work that week, or if Cousin Joe has a business trip he can’t reschedule, no worries. You can still have your family reunion, just by booting up the computer or picking up a mobile device.
Here are some tips to planning a family reunion in the digital age:
Back to school means back to homework. It’s good for parents to have an action plan to keep their kids focused on after-school assignments. Even the most diligent student sometimes needs a little help.
Here are some homework tips for keeping your youngsters on task: