Welcome to the February 8, 2013 edition of working at home blog carnival. This weeks Carnival has, as always, some really good articles. So, Sit Back and Enjoy.
And Here We Go…
Dan Robinson presents How to Navigate the Airport with Kids posted at Aupair Jobs, saying, “Traveling with your children, whether you’re heading overseas or keeping your journey domestic, can be an exciting and rewarding chance to make memories that you’ll all cherish for a lifetime.”
Arianna Lee presents What to Include in an Emergency Plan posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, “Making a definitive plan for how everyone should proceed and what to expect in case an emergency arises could easily mean the difference between surviving it unscathed and suffering devastating loss.”
Diego Brown presents How to Connect with Your Baby When Away on Business and Miss Him posted at National Nannies, saying, “Being away from your baby is a difficult thing to do, especially if you are new to parenting.”
Steve Jackson presents 10 Ways to Get Your Husband To Do What You Want Around The House posted at Housekeeping, saying, “Some women are lucky enough to have married men who enjoy helping out around the house – or at least who help out without complaint.”
Caleb Hill presents The 10 Most Popular Tweets by Real-Life Working Moms and Why You Might Tweet Them Too posted at Nanny Classifieds, saying, “Keeping everyone in your life updated with quick bursts of information, 140 characters at a time, lets harried professionals maintain some semblance of normalcy in their relationships with friends and relatives.”
Alaina Moore presents 10 Family Dinners that Cost Under $10 posted at aupair, saying, “As food prices rise and more families encounter sticker shock every time they look at price tags at the grocery store, the idea of feeding your entire family a meal that costs less than ten dollars can seem absurd.”
Jessica Clark presents 30 Famous Actors and Producers Named Ken posted at Kenney Myers, saying, “As a shortened version of the Celtic name Kenneth, which is believed to be either an anglicized version of the Pictish name Ciniod or the Goidelic name Cináed, Ken means “handsome; good-looking; fair.”
Chris Price presents Setting Online Earning Goals posted at Earn Money in Pajamas, saying, “Making money online requires work, but work alone will cause frustration if there is no reward. One of the best ways to measure progress is through goal setting. Those who set goals that are concrete and reasonable are more likely to succeed at earning money online.”
Sharon Moore presents How to Lose Your Nanny Job posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “Finding a great post isn’t always easy, which is why it’s important to maintain an exceptional level of performance and always provide top-notch care in order to retain a post once you’ve managed to secure it.”
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