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Carter White presents How to Decorate Your Entrance for Halloween posted at Babysitting , saying, "As the air turns cool and crisp, thoughts naturally begin to gravitate towards the fall season and its spooky holiday, and what better way to usher in the new season than to decorate your house’s entrance for Halloween?"
Tim Hall presents 30 Blogs With Great Family Vacation Planning Tips posted at Summer Nanny Jobs , saying, "In 2009 NPR reported that people who take vacations and engage in leisure activities reported more life satisfaction, had lower levels of stress hormones, and tended to struggle with their weight less than those who rarely or never planned miniature escapes."
Shelby Jackson presents 10 Ways Nannies Can Increase Their Marketability posted at 4Nannies , saying, "Today’s nanny job market is extremely competitive, and the nannies that are the most marketable are the ones that typically get the interview and ultimately the job."
Elisabeth Wright presents The Health Benefits of Fish Oil posted at Vitamins and Minerals, saying, "When it comes to taking vitamins to supplement your nutritional needs, it can be quite tricky to navigate around which ones you actually need to take and which ones you probably get enough of through your diet alone."
Steve Jackson presents 10 Fun Ways to Get Kids to Help Clean Up posted at Housekeeping, saying, "Fun and clean in the same title? You bet! With most kids life is all fun and games anyway, so why not use that energy to have them help you around the house?"
Lisa Williams presents Why Nannies Shouldn’t Gossip About their Bosses - Become A Nanny posted at Become A Nanny, saying, "After a long day of dealing with the less-than-glamorous aspects of your nanny job, especially if you haven’t been seeing eye-to-eye with your employer"
Kaylee Adams presents How to Budget for Christmas and Avoid Going into Debt posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "With the weather starting to cool off, thoughts naturally begin to gravitate to the upcoming holiday fun and festivities. However, going into debt for that fun and being stuck paying off your Christmas bills isn’t likely to make your New Year’s very bright."
Michelle Brown presents 30 Blogs with Homemade Holiday Cookie Recipe posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "As the autumn and winter holidays approach, thoughts begin to turn to the delicious food that typically accompanies large family gatherings. One of the most beloved dessert table staples of the holidays are a variety of freshly baked cookies."
Sydney Bell presents 10 Ways to Make Your Blog More Social posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "Having a blog is relatively easy; all you need to do is create a custom domain name and start writing and publishing posts. The tricky part of blogging is getting people to not only read what you’re writing, but also to respond to it."
Laura Anderson presents Do You Know What to Do If Your Nanny Is Injured on the Job? posted at eNannySource, saying, "When any injury occurs, there’s a certain amount of concern felt by all involved parties."
Jeff Moore presents 5 Fall-Themed Kids Crafts Made from Empty Paper Towel Rolls posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "As the weather cools down and more time is spent inside with the kids, it’s nice to have some simple go-to fall craft ideas that recycle items you may already have around the house."
Layla Martinez presents 10 Tips for Nannies Transitioning to Live-In Status posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, "Beginning a job as a live-in nanny has a lot of advantages, but it also comes with its own set of challenges that are unique to this type of position."
Denise Young presents 10 iPhone Apps that Help Manage Shopping Lists posted at Au Pair Care, saying, "Making a shopping list before heading to the market can not only save you time by eliminating the necessity for several return trips to fetch forgotten items"
Shelby Martin presents 4 Reasons to Let Your Toddler Help Around the House posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "You child will naturally want to help you do things around the house. At times, this insistence can be seen as a nuisance because it is generally easier and quicker to do the job by yourself than to have little, clumsy hands help"
Kevin Thompson presents 5 Fun Ways to Teach Kids about Thanksgiving posted at Nanny Needed, saying, "The first Thanksgiving as we know it was celebrated in 1621 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It was a celebration that was born from the pilgrims desire to give prayers of thanksgiving to God for giving them a good harvest."
Jocelyn Scott presents 10 Things Great Nannies Have in Common posted at Nanny Background Check, saying, "Although every nanny is different, there are certain traits that all great nannies share. These things are what enable them to be successful with their charges and loved by both kids and parents alike."
Brittany Harris presents 30 Blogs with Emergency Preparedness Tips posted at NannyPro.com, saying, "For many families, emergency and disaster preparedness is something that falls to the end of a to-do list continually, out of a misplaced belief that bad things can’t actually happen to them."
Shelby Jackson presents 10 Nanny Interview Questions About Homework posted at 4Nannies, saying, "If you have school aged children, your nanny may be a defining factor in their educational success. The National Academy of Sciences has conducted studies which have shown that children do much better in school when the household help is skilled in aiding them with homework."
Jeff Moore presents 10 Questions Parents Should Always Ask a New Babysitter posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "Whether you’re hiring a Friday night babysitter or one with a more regular schedule, there are certain questions you should ask during an interview with any potential babysitter."
Kaitlyn Johnson presents 30 Blogs with the Best Baby Shower Favors posted at Newborn Care, saying, "With the advent of the Internet and the rise in popularity of blogging, there’s now an entire corner of the web dedicated to providing hints, tips and ideas for planning great parties"
Lisa Williams presents 10 Tips for Organizing Kids Craft Supplies posted at Become A Nanny, saying, "If you constantly find yourself buying duplicates of craft supplies because you can’t seem to find what you need when you need it, then it sounds like you may need some organization tips to help you out"
Elisabeth Wright presents Udderly All About Milk posted at Vitamins and Minerals, saying, "It’s no secret that much like the popular advertising campaign says, milk does the body good"
Steve Jackson presents 10 iPhone Apps for Tracking Storms posted at Housekeeping, saying, "When bad weather strikes, what seems like a simple storm can escalate into a much more severe situation very quickly. Unfortunately, alerts and updates can be hard to come by when those same storms cause power failures and extended outages. If you don’t have access to a battery-powered weather radio, your iPhone can be the link you need to the outside world so that you can accurately track severe weather in order to take cover, should it become necessary."
Diego Brown presents How to Hire a Nanny without Using an Agency posted at National Nannies, saying, "While nanny agencies are a popular way of securing private, in-home childcare, there are parents who would prefer to find a nanny on their own, without the services of such placement agencies. Fortunately for those families, there are a wide variety of ways to find a nanny without the assistance of an agency."
Michelle Brown presents How to Throw a Glow in the Dark Party posted at Nanny, saying, "There’s something about running around in the dark that thrills kids of all ages. For your child’s next party, why not throw a glow in the dark party?"
MITCHELL MORRIS presents 10 Things to Do While Your Child is at Practice posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "Do you ever feel like all you do is sit around waiting for your kids to get out of one practice or another? It’s like you’re constantly stuck wasting precious time that could be spent more productively otherwise. You’re not part of the coaching team, so you’re not participating in the practice, but you also don’t have enough time to go home and get anything done, making it feel like you’re just wasting time."
Jim Wilson presents 10 iPhone Apps Kids Love | Babysitters posted at Babysitters, saying, "While limiting screen time is a very real concern for many parents, there are times when a child’s natural fascination with Apple’s powerful and popular iPhone mobile device can provide a much-needed diversion. The intuitive interface and ease of use offered by these 10 apps, all of which are available in the App Store, make them great options for harried parents who need a distraction for their children during long waits."
Tim Hall presents 10 Ways to Keep the Kids from Falling Asleep in the Car posted at Summer Nanny Jobs, saying, "Keeping your small child on a reliable sleep schedule is challenging enough without any additional complicating factors thrown into the mix."
Daniel Long presents 30 Blogs with Practical Tips for Budgeting Childcare Expenses | Hire a Nanny posted at hireananny.com, saying, "You entrust your children to your nanny, so you need an effective strategy for choosing the right nanny. It is important to choose a nanny who is trustworthy, caring, capable and competent. These tips will make your search easy and organized."
Brittany Martin presents How to Screen a Nanny Employer posted at Nanny Interview Questions, saying, "When looking for a nanny job, keep in mind that you’re choosing the family just as much as they’re choosing you."
Arianna Lee presents How to Encourage Healthy Eating Habits in Kids posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, "With the childhood obesity crisis making the news just about every week, it’s important for parents and nannies to encourage healthy eating habits in kids."
Kaylee Adams presents 10 iPhone Apps That Can Help Manage a Family Move posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "Moving is almost always a complicated, time-consuming, and all around inconvenient task. When you’re single or are a couple who doesn’t yet have children, the hassles of moving tend to be a bit less overwhelming than they are after children enter the picture."
Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights: Catching Up With Nanny Stella from Nanny 911 posted at eNannySource, saying, "I first met Nanny Stella several years ago, and from the moment I met her I knew she was the real deal."
Jeff Moore presents 30 Blogs with the Best Personalized Christmas Gift Ideas posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "While there are plenty of great gifts out there for everyone on your list that are likely to be well-received, there’s something about a personalized or custom gift that reflects their personality that shows someone just how much you care"
Kevin Giffin presents How to Prepare for a Hurricane When Caring for Kids posted at Summer Nanny, saying, "If you live in a coastal area that is prone to tropical storms and hurricanes, it’s imperative that you learn to quickly and efficiently respond when severe weather strikes"
Caleb Hill presents 10 Tips for Hiring a Nanny posted at Nanny Classifieds, saying, "Hiring a nanny can be a tough process. In addition to being such an important decision to make, it’s also a very personal one."
Kent Irwin presents Perspectives on Wealth from a Missionary Doctor posted at JesusMoney, saying, "I write about personal finances and Jesus, as well as ways to save money and financial planning"
Jim Coy presents Poultry Preparedness Principles posted at The Magic Realist, saying, "Get A Grip! The world isn't coming to an end anytime soon. A well known figment of life suggests, with rather odd and cavalier blitheness, that there exists in subspace a mighty spinning blade of some sort and that a standard fell substance is randomly hurled towards its center, thus flung in all directions from it, often at extreme velocity."
Jocelyn Scott presents What You Should Include In Your Nanny’s Reference Letter posted at Nanny Background Check, saying, "Writing a reference letter for your nanny can be a tough job. It’s hard to summarize all the things she’s done for you, your child and your family into one letter"
Michelle Brown presents Pop Quiz: Car Seat Safety posted at Nanny, saying, "Installing your car seat, as well as maneuvering your child in and out of it, is easier when the seat is on one side of the car or the other."
Sydney Bell presents 10 Ways to Be a Better Marketer posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "A marketer’s job is demanding, and because of the high pressure nature of the job it can be easy to get stuck in a creative rut."
Shelby Martin presents How Nannies Can Write an Effective Online Profile posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "Online nanny job sites can be an effective way of finding a nanny job, if you know how to make yourself stand out from the crowd."
MITCHELL MORRIS presents 30 Blogs With Ideas For Family Fun posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "Spending time together as a family seems to be more difficult for today’s parents and children than it was for past generations."
Lisa Williams presents 5 Job Tools Nannies May Want to Get for Themselves - Become A Nanny posted at Become A Nanny, saying, "After years of experience, a nanny may develop a favorite brand of bottles or model of car seat that she feels is superior to others she’s tried."
Cherry Liu presents How to Do a Yankee Swap Gift Exchange posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "Whether it’s called a Yankee Swap, Chinese Gift Exchange, White Elephant, Dirty Santa or any one of the plethora of other names, these holiday gift swap games each offer a different take on the classic gift giving at Christmas. If you’re interested in doing a gift exchange at your next holiday function, do one with a twist."
Shelby Martin presents 10 iPhone Apps for Kids that Support Montessori Based Learning posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "The Montessori approach to education was developed by Maria Montessori, an educator and physician in Italy."
Suzanne Cullen presents Au Pair » 10 No Fail Recipe Substitutions posted at aupair, saying, "There’s nothing more frustrating than when you are right in the middle of a recipe and realize that you are missing an ingredient. Naturally, this always seems to happen when you don’t have time to stop and run to the store because you have company coming over in the next five minutes or the kids are napping so doing so is simply not possible. So what do you do in this kind of situation?"
Shelby Jackson presents How to Create a Gift Cupboard for Stress-free Gift Giving posted at 4Nannies, saying, "It’s time for the kids to go to another birthday party and, unfortunately, you haven’t bought a gift yet."
Jim Wilson presents 5 Ways to Make Ice Cream without an Ice Cream Maker posted at 10 Physical Contact Rules for Babysitters, saying, "Ice cream… that cold, rich and creamy dessert that never seems to go out of style. You can use it to top off your warm piece of apple pie, put a dollop on top of your peach crisp, or just enjoy a scoop or two on its own."
Laura Anderson presents Ways a Nanny Can Save Busy Parents Time posted at eNannySource, saying, "Many of today’s two-parent households have both parents working outside the home."
Joe Taylor presents Ways That Children Challenge a Nanny’s Authority posted at Live Out Nanny, saying, "In successful nanny care situations, the nanny has full authority over the child while the child is in the nanny’s care."
Brittany Harris presents 30 Blogs with the Best Holiday Tips posted at NannyPro.com, saying, "While the winter holidays are a time for celebrating family, friends and spiritual beliefs, they’re also a time for entertaining and hosting house guests and cooking and baking extravagant meals and treats."
Jeff Moore presents Boosting Your Child’s Self Esteem | Babysitting Jobs posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "Your child’s self-esteem is an important part of his self-image. It helps him feel he’s worthwhile just as he is and helps him feel good about his choices and decisions."
Sharon Moore presents How Nannies Can Build Good Relationships with Tweens and Teens posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "When most people think of nannies, they think of childcare providers who care for infants and toddlers. However, a large number of nannies work with school age children."
The Nerds presents Flying with a Baby in Your Lap: 10 Essential Tips posted at NerdWallet | Travel, saying, "This article includes 10 essential tips for flying with a baby in your lap."
Jim Wilson presents 10 iPhone Apps to Use for Christmas Shopping posted at 10 Physical Contact Rules for Babysitters, saying, "Traditional wisdom may state that it’s “the most wonderful time of the year,” but it can actually be one of the most stressful when it comes to shopping for gifts."
Kaylee Adams presents 10 Tips for Interviewing a Nanny posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "The nanny interview is a hugely important piece of the nanny screening process."
Kaitlyn Johnson presents The Things Kids Say About New Babies posted at Newborn Care, saying, "When a firstborn child is faced with the prospect of day-to-day life with a newborn sibling, their reactions can be widely varied."
Lisa Williams presents 10 Niches for Nannies posted at Become A Nanny, saying, "When it comes to nannies, there aren’t any one-size-fits all families."
Shelby Jackson presents 30 Blog Posts with Tips on Nanny Background Checks posted at 4Nannies, saying, "Trusting a relative stranger with the care of the most precious, vulnerable members of your family can be a terrifying prospect, even when the nanny candidate you’re considering seems well-qualified, competent and charming."
A Bit of Decor presents A Bit of Decor: Preparing for the Holidays posted at A Bit of Decor, saying, "Home Decor and Accessories and beginning the holiday season. Where to start? What to think about. What is next? How to decide what your style is? Size? Location, basics to holiday decorating - ie wreaths and garland."
Denise Young presents 10 iPhone Apps for Moms Who Love to Cook posted at Au Pair Care, saying, "There’s something about the art of preparing meals and snacks for your family that warms the very cockles of a foodie mom’s heart, whether she’s a master chef or a relative beginner to cooking."
A Bit of Decor presents A Bit of Decor: Ideas for planning your Holiday Decor and Accessories posted at A Bit of Decor, saying, "Home Decor and Accessories and beginning the holiday season. Where to start? What to think about. What is next? How to decide what your style is? Size? Location, basics to holiday decorating - ie wreaths and garland."
Kevin Giffin presents 10 Sports Every Dad Should Teach Their Son posted at Summer Nanny, saying, "Learning to play a sport can teach kids tons of valuable life lessons that they’ll carry with them long after that last whistle blows."
MITCHELL MORRIS presents 30 Blog Posts from Breast Cancer Survivors posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "Facing a breast cancer diagnosis can very easily be one of the most terrifying and stressful situations of your lifetime."
Zeryshadie presents Mattenleys in Haiti: June 2010 posted at Mattenley.
Jocelyn Scott presents How to Communicate to Your Nanny She’s Done Something Wrong posted at Nanny Background Check, saying, "Finding a great nanny is one of the most difficult tasks that a working parent can undertake, especially in areas that have a higher concentration of families seeking childcare providers than nannies seeking families; finding the perfect nanny is downright impossible."
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