There are benefits to taking a working vacation. Your airfare and hotel are paid by your company on a working vacation. You may be able to afford nicer accommodations in a destination that you couldn't visit on your own. It's easy for a working vacation to turn into all work and no play. Or, if you bring your family, you run the risk of becoming consumed with child care and not getting to the work you need to do.
Alleviate your morning scramble by putting your kids to bed in clothes. Whether you have an infant or a second grader, if your child gets into bed in clothes, it'll make the morning easier. Sure, you'll have an occasional accident, but it'll be worth it on all the mornings when you can pick your kids out of bed in clothes and go straight to daycare, preschool or elementary school.
Making your kids lunch doesn't have to be a last-minute scramble as they walk out the door to school. Eliminate the hassle by fixing lunch for your kids at night. Follow these quick tips to take the kid's lunch off your worry list.
A household with children seems to create paper clutter out of thin air. Between kids' art projects, letters from school and the endless bills, organizing paper clutter could be an endless task for many working moms. So instead, become ruthless about keep paper clutter under control. Start with these ideas to organize paper clutter.
Keeping a clean kitchen is challenging for any mom. When you work outside the home, it can seem impossible to maintain a clean kitchen. Here's a tip for working moms to keep kitchen cleaning simple and quick.
Laundry help can come in the form of a spouse, older child or even paid housekeeper. But for working moms with no help, laundry can quickly pile up to the ceiling. Here's a quick tip that will help make laundry less of a burden.
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