Back to School Time Saving Tips: Meal Planning

The hustle and bustle of back-to-school has begun.   Early mornings, after-school activities, practices and appointments.   And you still have to get dinner ready. Our friend Julie at Julieverse has put together a September meal plan to help any busy family navigate through busy schedules and still find time for the family dinner. What's your go-to meal plan for a busy family?  … [Continue]

Nanny Notes of Appreciation for NNRW 2014 (1)

Regarding Nannies will once again be publishing Nanny Notes of Appreciation for National Nanny Recognition Week, September 21-27, 2014.  This is your opportunity to thank that … [Continue]

Expense Audit and how to perform one

Over at A Centsible Life, shares a great post on how to conduct an audit on your expenses. Most folks have a budget, but have you ever conducted an audit on your expenses?  I can … [Continue]

Self Esteem and kids

  What are ways to build self esteem in kids?  Over at My Life and Kids shares a little video on two important things to build kids' self esteem at The Key to Building Your … [Continue]

Peanut Butter Popsicles!

Making Popsicles is a bunch of fun.   Here is a fun and yummy recipe for a peanut butter fudgesicles! Everyone can use some chocolate and peanut butter … [Continue]

Chores for the little ones

As nannies one of our jobs is to help guide children into being a responsible children and one way to do that is have them help with the household chores. Having them help you with … [Continue]

What to do with a bad reference?

Back in 2010, Glenda Propst wrote an article called  Surviving a Bad Reference as many nannies are looking for jobs right now I thought it might be of value for … [Continue]

Living on less…15 ways

Over at The Centsible Life published a great little article on 15 Simple Ways to Live on Less.  One talks about getting out of debt, spending less, sticking to a budget and … [Continue]

Job Transitions

Glenda Prospt who is one of the original Regarding Nannies team members, has launched a new section on her Nanny Transitions Facebook page, called Butterfly Wisdom.  Simple quotes … [Continue]

Calming down with Legos and a jar!

I love the blog Lemon Lime Adventures, there are just so many fun things on this blog to read, make and do. The one I really wish I could have had today was the Lego Calm Down Jar! … [Continue]

Back to school and letter recognition


I am IN LOVE with this site and wish I still had little's to nanny for, so I could make all these great ideas that I Can Teach My Child comes up with! Check out her fun Feed the … [Continue]

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