Are you a stay at home mom? Can you relate to these 10 good reasons to be a stay at home mom? Many moms are choosing to be a stay at home mom, so they can be home with their children, for a number of good reasons:
What to do after matric? What to study after matric? What are other matriculants doing after matric? How to apply for jobs after I have matriculated? Are there jobs for matriculants? Which university should I go to after matric? Where can I get bursaries? What things are there to do in a gap year after matric? Should I take a gap year after matric, or start working immediately or study further?
Is there really a difference between a stay at home mom and a work at home mom? Even moms who do not earn anything while they stay at home still do some work, don’t they?
A child can successfully complete a written school project, giving all the required information, in their own words, under the correct headings. Children can also show that they …
School homework can indeed be stressful for the entire family and not just for the child or the parent trying to help the child stress less. If your child can stress less about school homework, you will be less stressed too. Homework …
How much help should you give your child with his school homework? Perhaps you enjoyed school, and now that your primary school child is getting more and more homework, and learning about so many different subjects that you found interesting years ago, you’re excited about getting involved with his homework.
You are a long jump coach, or a proud and caring parent, and you’re at the primary school long jump pit going dilly because it looks like naturally-talented, fit, young long jumpers are going to waste … Here are long jump tips to help you help them
There are quite a few things you will need before you can move out of home and get a place of your own. Although living at home is convenient, and cheap, you’re now ready to do your own thing after matric or after college, but what will you need before you can actually move out of home?
I am a parent, a divorced mother, who is willing to financially assist my kids for as long as I am able to. But what if my kids still can’t find a job 2 or 3 years after matric or university? If I am still able to, will I still be willing to financially assist my kids when they should be earning their entire income on their own?
Your parents have agreed that you can take a gap year after matric, or you’ve twisted their arm to allow you to take a gap year, but what are your plans for that gap year? What are you going to do during a gap year? What can you do during a gap year?