Asking your child what he or she wants to be when all grown up can be a lot of fun for parents as well as for the child. The imaginations of young children can be astounding. One week your child may want to be a firefighter, and the next week a great chef, and the next week a professional athlete. By giving children the tools to realize their ambitions, we can show them that, with some work and planning, their dreams are attainable.
Here are some ways to help nurture your child’s dreams:
We all need to reign in our budget at times, perhaps because we lose an income source or want to make a big purchase, such as a home or a car. Whatever the reason, realizing the need to spend less is the easy part. Finding where you can afford to cut back is much more of a challenge, especially if you’re already on a tight budget.
Consider these tips for how to cut your budget:
Most likely, your child has big dreams – that’s part of growing up. Maybe your daughter or son wants to run a company, play a sport in college, or become a politician or astronaut. No matter what the dream or how it might keep changing down the road, you’d like to see your child realize his or her ambitious dreams.
What are some ways for you to assist, particularly for launching the process? It’s often important to create a road map for success that your child can follow. Consider these tips for how to help your son or daughter set and achieve goals:
When someone becomes a parent, it’s not uncommon for other things to be put on hold. Plans to pursue a college degree, learn a new language, or play a musical instrument take a back seat to caring for the child.
Nevertheless, as many parents already have demonstrated, it is indeed possible to pursue and realize a personal goal while raising a child. If you’re thinking of doing likewise, consider these tips for how to achieve goals after becoming a parent:
Lose weight. Quit smoking. Take up exercise. Spend more time with the kids. Sound familiar? If you have a New Year’s resolution in mind that you’d like to kick into high gear – and become part of the 8 percent of people who actually stick to their New Year’s resolutions – read on. Gerber Life shares some tips and tricks to help you make – and keep – your resolution.