Ten Basic Facts Every Parent Knows
Every single workplace law with regards to time off during pregnancy and postpartum.
Children basically pop right out of the shoot clasping a Master’s degree in their gnarled up little fingers.
How good it feels to be smiled upon with warm approval during breastfeeding time for their newborn.
How wonderfully flexible healthcare plans and doctor’s visits can be, especially during the hours of 8-5.
The cost of a college education is getting less expensive every day and why it’s not important to worry about saving for it until their baby turns pre-teen.
What to do in case of every single type of emergency.
The best, most effective way to raise the perfect child.
How to maximize their productivity at work while their teenager is texting them “UR not the boss of me”.
How to properly deal with their child’s anger, fear, worry and the 800 other things their kids are feeling.
How to work full-time, raise children and get the best tax benefits, all while taking a little time for themselves.
If you are a working parent you recognize that the list above is a farce. It would be extremely challenging for every parent to keep up with every law, every tax and every college savings plan which is why Shemia Fagan gathers industry experts on her Working Parents Lawcast podcast, supplying much-needed information to working parents.
Shemia knows firsthand how difficult it is to tackle the glut of responsibilities new parents face while working a full-time job. She is a partner in a law firm which specializes in employment law and a state representative in Oregon. In fact, she was pregnant while running for office in the house of representatives. Her hands-on experience and network of expert resources make the podcast incredibly informative and practical.
Weekly episodes include titles like Using Inside Out to Teach Your Kids about Emotions, How Do I Save for the Kids’ College While I’m Still Paying for Daycare?, Everything You Need to Do if You Get Hurt at Work, and many more. Every podcast episode delivers practical tips and real world applications for the countless trials and tribulations working parents face while raising children.
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