This Mom Matched 3500 Parents to Give Them Childcare in the Pandemic

This Mom Matched 3500 Parents to Give Them Childcare in the Pandemic

Helen Mayer, a mother of young twins, was in the midst of building her first company when the pandemic hit. The pandemic shut down her company and took away her childcare, leaving her the stay-at-home parent by default. She needed childcare to get a new job. So she started organizing parents together to create childcare swaps by matching parents who needed care with local stay-at-home parents able to provide extra childcare in the pandemic.

Parenting Logistics: Why It’s Such A Nightmare — Episode #139

Parenting Logistics: Why It’s Such A Nightmare — Episode #139

Lately I’ve been fielding a lot of questions from people about what to expect in the shift from non-parenting to the parenting world. Personally, I find it really challenging when people smile at you and say things like, “Wait and see,” or “You’ll get it when you become a parent.” No thanks—please tell me now! On this episode, I decided to dive straight into the daily tangle that is the parenting logistics required of managing small humans. It is in these daily nuances—and the morning pitter patter of tiny feet—that our work lives and our careers begin to explode.

How To Hire A Nanny — Episode #103 With Co-Host Anna Frandsen

How To Hire A Nanny — Episode #103 With Co-Host Anna Frandsen

Childcare can feel really overwhelming, especially when you have little babies and you’re trying to figure out how to go back to work. With my first kid, we used in-home daycares. With my second, we hired a nanny. Here’s everything two mamas learned about how to hire a nanny by doing it ourselves (a lot).

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