Suze Orman’s Advice for the Unemployed

Cut Your Spending Immediately Once You Lose a Job All week we have been sharing advice from The Money Class by Suze Orman. Orman says that anyone who is out of work must understand that slow economic recovery means job growth remain sluggish and that in turn means we could be facing years during which […]

What You Must Have Lined Up Before You Voluntarily Leave a Job

The Money Class by Suze Orman Last week we shared a lot of advice from Suze Orman, author of The Money Class. Last week we shared her advice for those who are currently employed. Even if you are working at a great job, at a time of high unemployment Orman suggests we must hope for […]

Get to Work as Fast as Possible

Advice for the Unemployed by Suze Orman Even if a job that is “less than” your last job and pays less, I am telling you to take that job! Last week we started discussing important advice about jobs and the economy by Suze Orman author of The Money Class: How to Stand in Your Truth […]

Teeth Tissues: Product Review Sunday

Products Nannies Love Baby teeth serve several important functions that aid in a child’s development. They help in the development of speech and they hold space for the future adult teeth. Finally, a smile can help to build a child’s self confidence and social skills. Dental cavities are the most common childhood disease and are […]

10 Best Books for Father’s Day

Are You Giving Your Dad Boss a Father’s Day Gift? Yesterday we recommended some gifts nannies and au pairs can give to their Dad Bosses. One of the best gifts a father can give his child is the love of reading. So, children’s books make an obvious great, inexpensive gift to give to fathers that employ nannies and […]

What To Do for Dad Boss for Father’s Day

Do You Give Your Dad Boss a Card or Gift for Father’s Day? Father’s Day is this Sunday. Nannies and au pairs should not be expected to spend a fortune on gifts for their Dad Bosses. But, if you are an in-home childcare provider it is common to help the children make a card or […]

Change Your Attitude Before You Change Your Job

Do the Work First, Then the Money Will Follow There are Five Job Seekers for Every Job OpeningFrom The Money Classby Suze Orman Great nannies wear many hats at their jobs including, but not limited to: childcare worker, tutor, nutritionist, and personal assistant. The best nannies are willing to pitch-in beyond just basic childcare duties to help the […]

You Must Earn Your Raise

Don’t Ask a Yes-or-No Question When Asking for a Raise Yesterday we mentioned that Suze Orman, author of The Money Class: Learn to Create Your New American Dream says you should not automatically expect to get an annual raise simply because of the amount of time you have worked at a job,  but to earn your raise […]

Before Asking for a Raise: Make Those You Depend on For a Paycheck Dependent on You

Your Attitude is Key in Keeping Your Job and Getting a Raise From The Money Class by Suze Orman Yesterday we shared Suze Orman’s advice for those who are working to hope for the best but prepare for the worst by saving and living below your means from her book The Money Class: Learn to […]

Act As if a Layoff Will Happen to You

Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst From The Money Class by Suze Orman I just finished reading Suze Orman’s The Money Class: Learn to Create Your New American Dreamand her advice may be the most important information I can share with working, unemployed, and underemployed nannies this year! Every week, (sometimes daily), I […]