Wealth Matters by Paul Sullivan Easing the Transition From One Nanny to the Next Over the last 12 years, Donna Levin has come to know exactly what she needs in a nanny: someone on her way to or in graduate school who has an interest in children and a flexible class schedule. But given that […]
In DC (and in many other cities) there seems to be a lack of time. We are all rushing to work, school and back home again. What can we parents do to slow things down to be there for our kids and family? Read on to learn more in this article I wrote a while back for the National Association of Social Worker’s Help Starts Here.
Every family has its own rituals from birthdays to the first day of school. But what can parents do when they decide to separate or get divorced? Check out this post I wrote for ‘On Parenting,’ a Washington Post blog where I highlight some advice from separated and divorced parents operating their own spin on celebrating happily with family.
“Think about raising a kid who will be a happy 35-year-old: an adult who will be content with what they do, thrilled about their contribution, be hardworking, have social/emotional intelligence, and a collaborative spirit.” Ken Ginsburg , author of Letting Go of Love and Confidence. Check out my interview with him here in the Washington Post blog, On Parenting.