One of the struggles most working moms have is having to deal with leaving your little ones with someone you trust. Sometimes you can leave your kids with their yayas, your parents, or in-laws, but what happens if those people aren’t available? Do you bring them to work with you? Do you stay home on a vacation leave? What about if you’re a stay-at-home mom and just want some alone time? What if we told you that we found a solution to this problem? Una Casita Learning Center is a daycare and child development center that can help you out. Read on to find out how!
Here’s something a lot of moms I’ve spoken to have confessed about: Over the course of pregnancy and child-rearing, they have all developed some form of chronic need-to-go online shopping. Online shopping has become both a fad and a useful tool for everyone with a gadget to skip the traffic, lines, and hassle, and just wait for the package to be dropped off at your doorstep. But here’s the thing: Try asking around if your online shopper friends really use everything that they’ve purchased online, and chances are, you’d be looking at a long list of people who would confess to buying things they don’t need, just for the sake of convenience. Are moms really more prone to being online shopaholics?
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Majority of our households nowadays have a yaya, kasambahay, house help, etc. These people contribute a lot in our day-to-day work in the household, especially when it comes to taking care of our kids. With extra help in the house, we have more time to prepare the household, be more productive at work, or even have some extra time for ourselves. While we enjoy the perks of having them at home, let us not forget that they have rights, privileges, and needs, too. Below is a summary of some of the pertinent parts of Republic Act No. 10361, an act also known as the Domestic Workers Act or Batas Kasambahay.