The Federal government has compiled a compendium of resources to assist entrepreneurs and business owners with developing and expanding their businesses.
The motherhood and parenting journey can be filled with so much excitement and stress related to so many unknowns. The following list of resources is a great start to assisting moms, especially new moms, with navigating unfamiliar territory when caring for their newborn/child.
- The Consumer Product Safety Commission has relevant and sound safety advice and information on car seats, cribs, baby bathtubs and all other things baby. The agency is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risk or injury from consumer products and provides standards and guidance to help you choose the safest products for your household.
- HealthyChildren.org provides health, nutrition and safety information from the American Academy of Pediatrics. In addition to covering nutrition and health topics that are sorted by your child’s age and stage of development, the site also covers issues such as car seat safety, family life and even television.
- The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development conducts and supports research and provides related info on topics such as nutrition, sleeping and vaccinations.
- For breastfeeding information and help, contact your local chapter of the La Leche League. The League’s mission is to provide support, encouragement and education about breastfeeding, and its website provides a wealth of information for nursing moms.
- ‘The Happiest Baby on the Block: The New Way to Calm Crying and Help Your Newborn Sleep Longer‘ by Dr. Harvey Karp offers a system to soothe colicky babies, improve their sleep and calm their senses.
- ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting‘ and ‘What to Expect in the First Year‘ by Heidi Murkoff provides an almost manual-like approach to a baby’s first year and covers many common developmental issues and milestones by age.
- ‘Be Prepared: A Practical Handbook for New Dads‘ by Gary Greenberg and Jeannie Hayden is fun to read and full of good information, keeping dads engaged while providing the know-how they’ll need as new parents.
The Federal government has compiled a list of resources to assist Seniors with a wide-range of topics, such as money, housing, health, consumer protection, and more.
National Association of Realtors has identified three types of personal assistants often hired to assist with home/property sales.
Regardless of the stage of planning one’s dream wedding, weddings.com and theknot.com provide a plethora of concepts, strategies, and best practices as one ramps up activities for their ‘big day’.