How to Guarantee You Never Forget an Errand or Chore Again

How to Guarantee You Never Forget an Errand or Chore Again

It's happened to every parent.

On your way home, you decide to stop at the grocery store to pickup something for dinner.

The smart and efficient parent you are, you call ahead: "Honey, what else should I get while I'm at the grocery store?" After all, getting everything in one trip means less time running errands, and more family time on the weekend, right?

"Well, we're about to take the kids to the playground, but let me take a quick look." You hear rustling on the other end of the phone. Your partner shouts: "What else do we need?" and your caregiver shouts back an inaudible list of items.

Then, you're hit with a tidal wave of requests you must remember or your name is mud.

You madly rush through the store, pickup everything on your (mental) list, head straight home, and proudly tote your bags into the kitchen.

Instead of praise, you get...

Work as a Live-In Caregiver in Canada

A lot of individuals these days are looking for better opportunities specially in other countries. Canada is one of the countries popular for work opportunities, and the possibilities of permanent residency and immigration.

To come to Canada, most individuals would apply under the LIVE-IN CAREGIVER PROGRAM.

How having a Nanny can help you keep your New Year's Resolutions

How having a Nanny can help you keep your New Year's Resolutions

Welcome to 2014 and I hope you'll have a very productive and fulfilling year ahead!

I'm sure like everyone else, you came up with resolutions you'd like to fulfill for this year. But if you're like most of us parents, the challenge lies in how to keep them when there are a gazillion tasks and chores you have to complete (on top of the work you probably have).

In for the Long Haul - How Caregivers Made My Journey Easier

In for the Long Haul - How Caregivers Made My Journey Easier

When I became paralyzed almost 16 years ago, I knew I was in for the long haul of needing assistance from the people around me. 

The first year was tremendously difficult. From being independent to being totally dependent, even for basic activities of daily life was a huge transition.