Having adequate health care options is important for everyone, especially for people who work as caregivers. As a nanny, you work with and around children in their home. You also probably come in contact with a child’s friends, other family members, and different public environments with many kids like schools, playgrounds, museums, or libraries. That means germs — a lot of them.
Working as a nanny is stressful. The hours are long and sometimes erratic, your tasks are mentally and physically demanding, and you’re often doing it all on your own. In any job, a healthy work-life balance is important, but actually achieving that balance can be tough, especially for nannies. Dealing with and preventing nanny burnout might seem like an impossible feat if you’re already feeling it, but we’re here to help. Here are a few ways that Chicago nannies can prevent burnout, so they can take care of themselves and others.
Good evening everyone!
We hope you all are doing well as we jump into the spring season! With the allergies picking up and the stomach bugs going around, we wanted to take a moment to share some helpful tips on how to stay healthy and strong. These tips will not only be helpful for your kiddos, but also for you as a nanny! Because we all know, if you aren't at your best, it's very difficult to provide quality care to your little ones. Please take note of the tips below--we hope you enjoy!
Good morning everyone,
We hope that you all had a safe and fun weekend and hope that everything is going well for you and your family. For those nannies who feel swamped with work and are ready for a vacation, I'm sure you're not the only one! This week's nanny tip, I want to offer you some ways that you can take a "mental vacation" when there's not enough time to take an actual vacation. Please enjoy these few self-care tips to help keep you motivated and doing well as a nanny!
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Happy New Year!