Work life balance – November 2, 2012

by Dave L on November 2, 2012

Welcome to the November 2, 2012 edition of work life balance.  The submissions this month were very impressive.  I hope that you all get as much out of these articles as I have!

Sharon Moore presents How to Set Up a Homework Station to Limit Distractions posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, “With the kids back in school you may be worried about how much your children are learning. For parents who want to provide their children with the tools they need to reach their potential, creating a homework station can help.”

Brandon Yawa presents Stop Whining and Leap posted at Brandon Yawa, saying, “I have a real passion for writing blogs about helping people. If you like my work, I look forward to building a relationship with you. Either way, feedback is much appreciated.”

Denise Young presents How to Host a Kid-Friendly Afternoon Tea posted at Au Pair Care, saying, “While the concept afternoon tea originated in France, contrary to what most people believe, the English made taking an afternoon tea fashionable. The English usually take their afternoon tea between 4 and 5 o’clock in the afternoon.”

Jon Rhodes presents How Hypnotherapy Can Help You posted at Free Hypnotherapy, saying, “This article shows you how hypnotherapy can help improve your life.”

Zhu presents 7 Canadian Work Culture Facts You May Not Know | Correr Es Mi Destino posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “My work expe­ri­ence is France is fairly lim­ited since I left when I was 18. I basi­cally embraced the Cana­dian work culture—I didn’t really have a choice any­way. It’s only when I talk with my fam­ily or friends back home that I notice the many lit­tle dif­fer­ences that exist between the two cultures.”

Angela presents How do you measure your life? posted at Evolve and Express, saying, “This is an article about how you measure your life? What are the elements that you measure yourself to and do hey need changing…”

Scott Lee presents How to Stop Being Miserable posted at, saying, “The simple answers, but answers often passed up.”

Angela presents Creation of New Manifestations… – posted at Evolve and Express, saying, “This is an article that encourages people to paint their goals. I show a painting that I have done and how it all manifested”

Jon Rhodes presents Overcoming Digital Overload in Online Life posted at Affiliate Help!, saying, “This article shows you how to stay in control of your life now that there are loads of digital demands placed on you.”

Theresa Torres presents 6 Reasons Work-Life Balance is More Important than Money posted at Balanced WorkLife – OnBoarding for Life – Latest Comments, saying, “If you’re on the brink of accepting that 90-hour workweek job and a hefty paycheck, here are six good reasons for you to think twice.”

Lisa Williams presents 25 Numbers Nannies Should Know posted at Become A Nanny, saying, “When it comes to being a nanny, there’s lots of information a nanny must retain about the children she cares for, employers she works with and home that she works in. While it’s not necessary that a nanny know every one of these numbers by heart, it’s certainly a good idea to write them all done and store them in an easily accessible to her place.”

Shelby Martin presents How Stereotypes May Cause You to Miss Out on a Great Nanny posted at Blog, saying, “Choosing the right nanny for your family is a very personal process. There are lots of factors to consider, such as the nanny’s education, experience and caregiving philosophy, along with how she connects with your family. Your ideas about nannies in general also come into play.”

Jog Freak presents Why I Love Jogging and Hate Running: The Birth of a Jog Freak posted at Jog Freak.

Stefan presents NinjaMelon: How to use LUCID dreaming to do anything. posted at NinjaMelon, saying, “Detailed guide on using Lucid dreaming to achieve inner peace and harmony.”

sigh presents The Road to Success starts with Humble Beginnings posted at Behind the Scenes of Lucky Lady Games Studio.

Suzanne Cullen presents Au Pair » 5 Creative Ways to Give Money as a Gift posted at aupair, saying, “What do you get for the kid who has everything? Money! While kids do love to receive money in a card, sometimes you just wish there was a more interesting and fun way to give it. Here are a few ways to give money that will be interactive and entertaining for kids and adults alike.”

Micah Graf presents Living In The Moment posted at, saying, “This article is my musings about living in the moment, and struggling to balance appreciation of life with the demands of a college campus.”

Lena Ameri presents Liveit! Magazine | A guide to your best life posted at Liveit! Magazine, saying, “It can be hard to figure out what your passion in life is. Written by a behavior therapist, here is a guide to figuring out what you’re passionate about.”

Jon Rhodes presents Hypnosis – Is This a Special State? posted at Free Hypnotherapy, saying, “Find out all about the “special” state of mind that hypnosis produces.”

Samantha Savory presents New York Post Features Dvorkin Explaining Importance of Financial Education | Miss Money Bee posted at Miss Money Bee, saying, “Parents, don’t let your babies grow up to be financially illiterate. That’s the take-away from a new study by the financial-services company PNC, which shows that twentysomethings are saddled with an average of $45,000 in debt.”

Change Your Life presents 10 vital habits to develop posted at Change Your Life.

Kaushik presents Monday Blues! posted at Humans and Resources.

Rita presents News alert – Sheep posing as Lions posted at Unbox Your Gift.

Stefan presents NinjaMelon: The power of controlling your own emotions.. posted at NinjaMelon, saying, “Very useful ideas for controlling your emotions and taking a more direct and goal oriented approach to your life.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of work life balance using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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