Even in 2019, women still get nervous to announce their pregnancy at work. Many feel that even if they don’t plan to take time out of the workplace to raise children, that their career will still be negatively affected. But that’s not always the case. You have options and many employers are making pregnancy and maternity leave easier than ever.
We use the internet for everything and our children are even more fluent in all things online than we are. Our kids have instant and unlimited access to information, communication, and scams; and that alone is a major reason for worry. But there are things we can do to help eliminate their vulnerability to things we’re not ready for them to see. Let’s look at ways we can protect them in the process.
Working moms have a lot on their plate. Not only do they have to look after their family and run a household, but they also have to maintain a busy professional life. While it’s possible to do; it takes a little effort on your part to get started.
For as long as I can remember young girls have been socialized with a very distinct trajectory. We’re given dolls and ‘play’ makeup at a very young age – signifying that being able to care for children and maintaining our appearance are things that should be considered important.
We all love personalized spaces. Think about how long it took for you to get one room just right. But how much effort do we put into creating custom spaces for our little ones? Once they’re not so small anymore, decorating can get a little tricky.
There’s a whole lot said when it comes to managing our kids’ behavior. There have been countless books written on the subject of ensuring that our children’s words and behaviors echo the proper ideals and values. We want to ensure that they stay on the right path.