Juggling your children with your career can be tough- read on here to figure out some ways to cope.
advice for working moms
Family. Career. Personal Fulfillment. For moms who work outside of the home, it can be tough to find balance. GalTime caught up with Rachel Blaufeld, a successful Mompreneur and founder of the popular blog Back'nGroove Mom to get her take on motherhood, work and how to stay relevant in your career while you're raising your kids.
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Once school starts, it's easy to forget to find family time. Here are some simple suggestions.
Leaves falling, soccer balls, pumpkins, football jerseys, sweatshirts, crisp air ... all indicators that autumn in full swing. While parents are busy driving from activity to activity and kids are getting back into the school rhythm, we often forget how to connect as families, so here are some ideas.
Figure out how to make the best out of both worlds, balancing your career AND family!
By Chief Writer for Veterans United Network, Levi Newman, for GalTime.com
new dads and work
People talk a lot about how working moms are affected by having children, but I rarely hear the conversation turn toward how working dads’ lives are changed.
My life was dramatically altered when my wife and I started having kids, and I don’t think I’m alone in that.
Check out a wonderful list of healthy snacks you can eat at anytime of the day!
By RD & Certified Kids' Nutrition Specialist, Colleen Hurley, for GalTime.com
getting kids to eat healthier
Snacks not only can help curb hunger but can also make sure your family gets their daily dose of fruits and vegetables.
Healthy snacks are particularly important for little ones because their tummies are tiny and often prefer to ‘graze’ throughout the day.
My clients come to me a lot, asking me how we as parents both get on the same page. It sometimes appears that couples, partners, husbands and wives spend more time thinking about the weekly shop than about parenting their children in a cohesive manner. So here are my tips to get you both quickly thinking along the same lines.
1. Get clear on the outcome.