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Keeping Kids Worry-Free: 3 Ways to Help Manage Your Child’s Worry & Anxiety

Keeping Kids Worry-Free: 3 Ways to Help Manage Your Child’s Worry & Anxiety

My 3-year-old is a worrier, just like his mama. In fact, he seems to have inherited the worry gene from my side of the family, as I come from a long line of “World Class ...

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The Reality of Being in the “Sandwich Generation”

The Reality of Being in the “Sandwich Generation”

Today’s post comes from a Bright Horizons Client Engagement Manager. In today’s busy world, we oftentimes find ourselves stressed about the things that overextend and overwhelm us, but by the same token, that very stress ...

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The Real Reason Working Parents Need Vacations

The Real Reason Working Parents Need Vacations

  Common wisdom has it that working parents need vacations to recover from the exhaustion that accompanies regular life. Nooooo. The real reason we need a vacation? The two weeks leading up to it. With ...

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“What Does Father’s Day Mean to You?”

“What Does Father’s Day Mean to You?”

Father’s Day is fast approaching – and along with the cookouts, cards, and crafted gifts, it can be a great time to take a sentimental step back and examine what fatherhood really means to dads ...

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The Work-Life Equation Ep. 30: Strategies for Pumping at Work

The Work-Life Equation Ep. 30: Strategies for Pumping at Work

If you’re a new nursing mom who’s planning to return to work and give pumping a try, you may have questions about how to navigate the experience. Maybe you’ve seen colleagues go through it, or ...

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The Work-Life Equation Ep. 29: The Truth About Varsity Blues

The Work-Life Equation Ep. 29: The Truth About Varsity Blues

Today’s post was written by Bright Horizons Director of Brand Storytelling, Lisa Oppenheimer. As parents, we all raise our kids thinking the secret to getting into a good college is to study hard. Then the ...

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When the Morning Routine Goes Awry

When the Morning Routine Goes Awry

Most mornings, I leave my house for work before anyone else is even awake to avoid the inevitable traffic. With a small child in the mix, though, things don’t always go to plan. A case ...

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Earth Day Art Activities for Children

Earth Day Art Activities for Children

With Earth Day falling in April, it’s a great time to teach children about the importance of taking care of our environment. Using art as a learning mechanism is a great method of teaching children ...

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The Work-Life Equation Ep. 28: (Rewind) Secrets of Successful Parents

The Work-Life Equation Ep. 28: (Rewind) Secrets of Successful Parents

You’ve probably been there: juggling the parent to-do list, adjusting to shifting schedules and needs, rushing to get out the door in the morning, taking mental notes at every turn, stocking the fridge, helping with ...

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Using Mom Skills at Work

Using Mom Skills at Work

We were recently joined by Lynne Robertson, founder of Lead Like a Mother™ for our webinar, Working Moms, Natural Leaders. Along with our webinar moderator, Ilene Serpa, Vice President of Communications at Bright Horizons, we ...

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