10 Chore Charts You Can Make With The Trip Clip

The Trip Clip has lots of different ways to make chore charts that can grow and change with your kids. Here are 10 different types of chore charts that you can make with The Trip Clip. 1. Daily Chore Chart For an Individual Kid The most straightforward chore chart is a simple list with checkboxes. … Continue reading 10 Chore Charts You Can Make With The Trip Clip

Thank You Notes Kids Can Trace

I updated the Letter Tracing Activity to make it easy to print out traceable thank you notes. You can choose a picture for the top of the card, enter your own text, then print & fold the thank you note into a custom card. Your kids can trace the letters and draw a picture. The … Continue reading Thank You Notes Kids Can Trace

13 Free Lists To Help Working Moms

  Morning Routine Checklist Healthy Snack Ideas Chore Charts By Age Embrace Screen Time Errand Count On It After School Screen Time Rules Bedtime Routine Lunch Box Checklist Cleaning Checklists House Rules Travel Activity Packs Back To School Checklist Questions To Get Kids Talking Raising kids is hard work! These lists are all designed to … Continue reading 13 Free Lists To Help Working Moms

Working Part-Time: A great option for working moms—but does your company have your back?

I’ve worked part time for the past 15 years, and I think for many women a part-time schedule is a great option. It allows them to balance earning money vs taking care of their kids and their home. It also allows them to participate in the world outside of the home – something I believe … Continue reading Working Part-Time: A great option for working moms—but does your company have your back?

The Difference Between Working Moms and Working Dads

When I had my first child I was working at Microsoft as a Group Program Manager. I managed about 20 people, and was leading a 300-person project for Windows. When I was pregnant, 6 of my co-workers were expecting babies within a few months of me. We joked how we had all celebrated the release … Continue reading The Difference Between Working Moms and Working Dads