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Being a working mom is hard. Hear from women like you on how they make it work. If you’re trying to balance your family, career, make sure everyone is fed and *maybe* even wash your hair, this is the podcast for you. Featuring real moms throughout every stage of motherhood. Follow on Insta @AfterDaycareDropOff and listen to us after you do just that.
 
I’m a single... divorced 40 yr old tattooer , not allowed to work, running out of money , i’m locked inside the house for self quarantine because of the Coronavirus .... oh and I’m doing it all with a 3yr old boy. & a corgi. Follow me along as I try not to lose my shit, keep my house clean, maybe fold some laundry and teach this boy some manners........this could get interesting
 
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Hello! - Future children need a positive base to excel positively - Teachers need to set the stage for learning :) - Reality - burnout - Passion is important to understand their why. That why is going to get you through those tough times. - You need energy and understanding to be able to help children through their struggles - Don't give up! - What…
 
Communication with Leadership Conscious classroom certification model-Consulting company Connection and Service Looking for that Light bulb moment Self-Reflection: Push yourself out of comfort zone Communication with Staff members Informal: relationship building Formal: schedule, policies Nonverbal: face and body movements Everyone has different st…
 
Beth Cannon's website https://bethcannonspeaks.com How important an electronic manual is for your business Importance of Employee and Parent Handbook What sets you apart from other employers? Importance to catering to your new hires demographic Importance of doing things to retain your staff Tips and Tricks to keep your classroom engaged…
 
Rae Pica is the Author of 22 books and she has been an ECE consultant for over 40 years. I encourage everyone to visit her website Raepica.com. You can sign up for some free resources, her newsletter one of her very affordable classes. It will not disappoint! In this episode, Rae gives us all kinds of information on transitions and some Words of wi…
 
Classroom management: What is it and how you do it? Classroom tone/vibe/culture is different for each classroom, Assessing ourselves to determine our classroom management style. Look at our weaknesses and strengths. Benefits of routine and being consistent. Importance of self reflection and self assessment. FFC: Fair Firm and Consistent Relationshi…
 
Robin Lindals-Hill. is an Early Childhood Education teacher from Alberta, Canada. She has been in the ECE field for 25 years. Currently she works with children in the preschool age group. She has a diploma in Child Psychology, Early Learning and Childcare as well as a diploma in Early Childhood Montessori. She creates resources for teachers, educat…
 
Today I interview Rachel Elias. S he is currently a Director of a Corporate franchised Child Care Center in Long Island. I find it remarkable that she is a Director of a large center at only 27 years old. She holds a Master Degree is Childhood Education. We have an open and honest conversations about the struggles of running a child care center rig…
 
Nancy Koplan. She is an EC educator, recording artist, and performer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her 6 albums feature songs that serve as a means to memorize information, like the names of planets, continents and oceans. She has many songs that develop coping mechanisms, like regulating breathing and using reassuring language and songs that guid…
 
Today I interviewed Casey Craft-Cortez from the YWCA. Casey is an infant Toddler Specialist and have over 10 years in the ECE field. Getting back to the basics in the classroom. Just getting down on the floor with the kids. We are a reactive society and we discuss moving out of a reactive state to more of a proactive state. The important of nurturi…
 
Today I interviewed Susan Mrazek. She is an Infant Toddler Mental Health Consultant from Caring Connection. In this episode, we discuss the Attachment Theory and how to apply it in the Early Childhood setting. We also discuss the use of the Circle of Security in our interactions. There is so much good information for parents and teachers in this ep…
 
Today on Dishing Daycare Dirt, I interviewed Tori Graham. She is an Infant Toddler Mental Health Consultant from the Erikson Institute. During our interview, we discuss the FAN Method and how to apply it in the Early Childhood setting. We also discuss MSR, which stand for Mindful Self Regulation. There is so much good information for parents and te…
 
There are more grant opportunities for child care providers in NYC. If you are interested in starting your own program, try to take advantage of the Child Care Deserts Grant. If you are an existing provider consistently check the OCFS website for updates on grant opportunities that may be available for us to expand our capacity. Resource Links- OCF…
 
Almost two years into the pandemic and many working mothers are maxed out - on work, life, and trying to balance it all while prioritizing their families. Some companies have risen to the challenge of supporting them, while others have not. This is a call to action. Our families, and the world, needs working moms in the picture.…
 
Doc for Tots assists in resetting our teaching routines. Early education is not only about the academic lessons its also about the mental health of the children we provide care for. If you are interested in or want more information about Docs for Tots please visit https://docsfortots.org/. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way …
 
There are recovery funds for us small businesses to take advantage of such as, Stabilization Grant that are available until November 30, 2021. Also for anyone who wasn’t able to get unemployment there is the Excluded Workers Fund available to assist. Follow Daycare Diaries on youtube for resource links. https://youtu.be/WkTxQ7Jg0og--- This episode …
 
There are recovery funds for us small businesses to take advantage of such as, The New York State Covid 19 Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant Program. Selection decisions have begun. For more information-https://nysmallbusinessrecovery.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Part of the $1.9 Trillion rescue package to help children in poverty is the enhanced Child Tax Credit with some eligibility requirements. This rescue package includes a back to work initiative that will assist with paying for childcare as well. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Labor shortages and resource shortages are holding back the growth of small businesses everywhere. Are we aware of how we’ve burned ourselves out trying to keep our businesses open? Let us all keep in mind self care includes mental breaks. Take a break or breaks when needed. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podca…
 
Hiring, enrolling and resources. The pressure is on now that enrollments are spiking. Are we prepared? Are we mindful of our mental health when helping, hiring and daycare providing? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
Tobi Baker-Daigle and Christine McMacken are aesthetic powerhouses who took their combined talents and artistry and created a client-centered destination in the New England Skin Center. Tired of applying their efforts to the benefit of other businesses, they made their mark and created their own destiny by taking the risk of going on their own. Ove…
 
As is a pandemic wasn’t enough- let’s try to work from home while parenting! And maybe have a baby! As I look toward the end of my maternity leave, there’s endless questions about what work looks like as the pandemic rages on. We talk about juggling little ones, preschool, how to attempt to get focused work done, and industry efforts to make sense …
 
You’re in an elite club, mama. It’s called Motherhood and we’re in this together. I want to invite you to consider a world where we get rid of the competitive atmosphere surrounding mothering and, instead, come together as sisters.
 
Transitioning from bada$$ career woman to working Mama is not for the faint at heart. It’s a roller coaster, sister, and hard to come to grips with. The highs and lows at work shouldn’t dictate your happiness. You are in complete control of where you prioritize work into your life.
 
Meet Lesley- she gave birth singing to Beyonce. Full on, belting out Beyonce at the hospital such that others down the hall came to know her. Beyond that claim to fame, she’s the kind of woman we all could be so fortunate to call our friend (and I’m grateful to claim that status!). She’s crushing her career in public service by way of community out…
 
Meet Sue- a public relations business owner, wife and mother of two toddlers, balancing this crazy beautiful life. In this episode, we dive into how she went into business on her own after some time in the traditional PR agency scene, finding pockets of time to run her business and get wins for her clients, as well as how she richens her life at ho…
 
Meet Allison! She’s a wife, mom of two and works in developmental pediatrics. We talk about how her interest in people, love of true crime stories and psychology led her to her career...helping kids and parents navigate autism and behavioral issues. We get into how her profession influences her and her husband’s approach to parenting and how she’s …
 
Meet Kristen! She’s a married mom of two who planned ahead and was able to extend her maternity leave all through summer. She’s an elementary music teacher by day (who can play pretty much every instrument) and devoted family woman by night. We talk about how breastfeeding is going this second time around, how she decided to pursue music education …
 
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