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Motherhood is a duty which never ends. The job profile encompasses almost all aspects and one is expected to be a pro in it. Some brave women are determined to continue with their work/career even after having children. These women in our society are sometimes welcomed with criticism that the home and particularly their child’s study is hampered. With increased responsibilities and less time being spent at home and children, it is very essential to come up with a plan which benefits your child’s studies too. The role of parents or mere involvement can crucially influence the child’s academic performance. In case of falling grades, the child is likely to ignore since his parents don’t genuinely have time for him. And tell all those people who criticize you, that working mothers have raised many successful and happy people.
Top 15 Tips For Working Mothers To Help Their Children With Homework
Here are a few tips on how you can ace your child’s studies without letting your career in the way:
1. Set a goal:
With the beginning of each term, make time to sit with your child, go through the syllabus, review previous....
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Today every third person is suffering from anemia in India. Anemia has become a very common problem among youth. Earlier it was only women, who used to suffer from it, but today even a small kid can also have it. Basically, let us understand what is iron deficiency anemia and how is it caused?
What Is Iron Deficiency Anemia?
How Does Your Body Use Iron In Food?
Top 10 Foods That Can Help Combat Iron Deficiency Anemia
How To Make The Most Of Iron In Your Food?
Is It True That Vegetarians Do Not Get Enough Iron?
What Is Iron Deficiency Anemia?
Iron deficiency anemia occurs when your blood is short of red blood cells or hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is like the lifeline of the body. It supplies oxygen to the body tissues. Hemoglobin helps in maintaining the shape of red blood cells. If your body does not produce enough red blood cells or when your hemoglobin level is low, then your body does not get enough oxygen. This lack of oxygen will make your body tired, exhausted and irritable. Red blood cells, also known as erythrocytes,....
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Kid’s Portable Dvd Player is becoming very much popular among parents. If you travel a lot and trying to find a way to engage your child during your journey, then these DVD players can certainly be a blessing for you. It will help you to engage your child nicely. You would want your child to use the best DVD player available. So, in this article, let’s discuss everything about Kid’s portable DVD players. What Are Kids Portable DVD Players? Kids Portable Dvd Player a device to play DVDs. Portable DVD players are ideal for your kids. It is small in size and has a screen along with multiple buttons. The DVD player is suitable for watching movies and shows. Some Kids Portable Dvd Players also support TV and games. So, it will keep your child engaged while you travel and do your work. What Are The Factors To Be Considered While Buying Dvd Player For Kids? The Type: You have to decide how you will travel with the DVD player. If you are traveling on a flight, then choose a DVD player....
A first time father! It is daunting to even think about becoming a new father. This experience is almost as terrifying for men as it is for women. It can be argued that women are the ones who actually go through the pain and effort of carrying and delivering the baby, not men. But it is a life changing experience for men too. Nothing is ever going to be the same once they are on their way to becoming a father It is good for expectant fathers to talk to someone, a close friend or family member. They can clear their doubts and understand exactly what they need to do to make the journey memorable for both partners. Taking tips from someone who has gone through it recently is a good way to gear up! Contrary to belief, men also go through emotional ups and downs when the wife is pregnant. They are equally scared and nervous about pregnancy and childbirth. It is stressful for them as well. But if they keep in mind a few simple tips,, it will be a comfortable experience. Here are a few of them:
Mental readiness: It is very important to be mentally ready to the fact that you are going to become a new father. Men should take time out and gear up for the....
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6 months of paid maternity leave! Sounds yay, eh? Actually, it doesn’t. And I have good reasons to say so. Some of us women might have been elated at the announcement, but not me. Yes, I am not very happy with the new 6 months paid maternity leave law that has come to force a few weeks ago. Sounds totally gross? Well, I do have good reasons. I started off my corporate journey shortly after completing my education, slowly building my skills up and taking on the levels one by one. Every time I appeared for interviews, I was asked when I was getting married. Why, companies are not sure if a woman will continue working after getting married and no one wished to waste their resources on training someone who’d eventually quit the job to balance her personal life. After I was married, I was marred with yet another personal question -‘When do I plan to start a family?” It seemed everyone- from my current boss to the hopeful future one, from the HR department to my competitive co-workers- were more interested than me – as to when I am having a baby.
Bias Against Employing Women
Recruitment bias against married women is no new thing. The....
How to encourage children to wash their hands
Being a parent during the COVID-19 pandemic is incredibly difficult. That’s not exactly a secret: everything from school to social engagements to birthdays has been fundamentally changed in 2020. This year it’s all about keeping our kids safe while at the same time allowing them to have as close to a normal childhood as possible. Other than completely locking down at home, there are few options for keeping them virus-free. Masks are playing a critical role in safety for everyone, adults and children alike. That’s why they’re mandatory at most schools and daycare centers, not to mention on playgrounds and other public areas where large numbers of people gather. The other surefire way to keep kids safe is making sure that they wash their hands whenever they enter our homes, and if they frequently use hand sanitizer in public spaces. This all makes sense on paper, but we all know that kids have minds of their own. It is one thing to tell a child that he or she needs to wash their hands, but that doesn’t always mean that they listen. This sort of limit testing is part of a normal childhood, but in 2020,....