Archive for 'Work and Finance'

Technology, Work and Sick Children

Technology, Work and Sick Children

How today’s parents are managing to work when a child takes ill. Technology and Parenting If you work in a job where your presence is a must such as health care or retail or many others, [...]

Blending Work and Family

Blending Work and Family

How today’s parents manage to juggle work and family responsibilities. Work and Family Way back in the mid 60′s, only 25% of women with children under the age of six were in the paid workforce. Today [...]

Returning to Work and Dealing With Separation Anxiety

Returning to Work and Dealing With Separation Anxiety

Preparing your baby for your return to the workforce. Work and Separation Wouldn’t you know it? Just as parents are ready to return to the workforce full-time, baby’s hit a developmental milestone that makes that so [...]

The Importance of Allowances

The Importance of Allowances

How allowances provide our kids with more than just a little spending money. Allowances Allowances. It’s something every parent will eventually have to come to terms with because sooner or later every kid will want to [...]

Role Modelling Money Values

Role Modelling Money Values

Why parents need to walk the talk when it comes to money management. Role Modelling Finance When it comes to money, do you tell your kids to save and spend wisely, but rack up the credit [...]

Teaching Kids Money Management

Teaching Kids Money Management

Why allowing our children to make a few mistakes can be one of the best ways to teach kids to be financially savvy. Kids and Money As parents, we want our children to grow into self [...]

Family Financial Values

Family Financial Values

A few tips on how to teach our kids to be financially responsible. Family Financial Values Believe it or not, someday your children will be financially independent and, hopefully, responsible. But it won’t happen without a [...]

When Should Children Get an Allowance?

When Should Children Get an Allowance?

Are you wishing your children were a little more fiscally responsible? Then consider giving them a few of their own pennies to rub together. At some point children need to learn about money; how to spend [...]

Two Jobs, No Life

Two Jobs, No Life

With almost 90 percent of adults employed outside the home, balancing the demands of work and family has become an exercise in frustration. It doesn’t have to be this way. In Two Jobs, No Life, Dr. [...]

Going Back to Work

Going Back to Work

Women who left their careers to raise children–whether just for the toddler years or until the nest is empty–face employment, economic and emotional challenges when returning to work. How to explain that big black hole on [...]