A mom needs help making a career decision that will impact how she spends time with her kids and outsources some caregiving duties. She turns to Amalah for advice.
A mom will be separated from her toddler while on a business trip for the first time. She can’t seem to put out her concerns and fears, about being away from her child, out of her head. What can she do about this parental separation anxiety?
Should you work full time? Part time? Stay home with baby? One parent wants to know how you make the right choice for you and your kid(s).
Amalah answers one of her most frequently asked questions… how do you find meaningful part-time work that allows you to have that elusive work-life balance? Where do you start?
A mom is returning to work full-time and will be leaving her toddler at daycare and is concerned that his reluctance to drink may increase there leading to dehydration. What can she do prevent these problems?
A mom of a young baby is considering a daycare option close to her new work opportunity rather than her home. Is it a doable option?
Should I be concerned that my baby will have different (but loving family) caregivers most days of the week? Will it cause attachment issues in my infant?
A work-out-of-the-home-mom’s long commute is making her rethink her excellent caregiving option. She is contemplating a radical move, but is she missing other options available to her?
What’s a fair and realistic division of household responsibility when one parent stays home and the other works outside of the home?
How to deal with the interviewing process when you are expecting.
The daycare I chose for my baby turned out to be terrible and borderline neglectful. How can I ever trust my instincts again?
This past weekend I was traveling by plane and the man sitting next to me struck up a conversation. He told me about his wife, kids, house, job… on and on. And, as is usually the case, I volunteered very little about myself. It is a strange thing that on the internet I don’t hold much back, but in real life I am reserved and cautious about what I share….
BUT WHAT KIND?????
A previous advice-seeker writes back with an update every employer, boss, manager, supervisor, HR rep and company should read.