14 Tips for Working Daughters
Balancing eldercare and career is not an easy feat; eldercare is intense and unpredictable. Most working daughters find they need to make some adjustments to how they work, live and care. We have 14 tips for balancing eldercare and career.
Finding Your Purpose After Caregiving
Finding your purpose after caregiving ends is a process. Here’s what we’ve learned about it.
Celebrating Mother’s Day As A Working Daughter
We share tips for Mother’s Day when you are a working daughter.
Working Daughters in the Workplace: 2023 Report
Working daughter surveyed 587 family caregivers and conducted interviews with dozens of women balancing eldercare and career to understand how their caregiving responsibilities impact their work, and what they need from their employers to remain in the workforce.
Caregiving Should Be A Team Sport
Working Daughter remarks on why caregiving must be a team sport.
President Biden Signs Extensive Executive Order in Support of Caregivers
President Biden announced the most comprehensive set of executive actions any President has ever taken in support of family caregivers.
Why You Need a Plan for Life After Caregiving
And Why You Need to Act On It Now Too often I hear from working daughters that their life as they once knew it is over now that they are caring for an another person. Their careers, relationships, and health suffer. They can no longer remember what brought them joy. I understand how they feel […]
The Working Daughter Bill of Rights
The Working Daughter Bill of Rights Working Daughter, nowhere it is it written that your life, your dreams, your health, come last. But too many of us often feel this way. No more! So that we are all clear, and can carry on guilt-free (or at least with less guilt), I present to you the Family […]
A letter to Working Daughters on International Women’s Day
Dear working daughter, March 8 is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate women’s achievements, highlight and applaud where important gains are being made, and take a stance to call out inequality while working to forge positive action. Let’s start with the celebration: Working daughter, I celebrate YOU. You – caring for another human being, while trying to […]
What To Send to the Hospital With Your Elderly Parent
Whether a hospital restricts visitors in an effort to stem the spread of the coronavirus, or a family caregiver is out of state or tied up at work, we cannot always accompany our aging parents to the hospital. Here’s what to do if your parent goes to the ER and/or is admitted to the hospital […]
The Truth About Siblings and Caregiving
Here’s the truth about siblings and caregiving: Caregivers and healthcare professionals know, “there’s always one.” In most families there is one sibling who shoulders most of the responsibility for caregiving. It doesn’t matter if you’re one of six or the only child. There’s always one. Sometimes you become ‘the one’ because you are a natural leader or […]
2023 Desk Calendars Are Here
Our 2023 Desk Calendars are now available: 12 months of inspiring quotes from women about resilience, strength, gratitude and love for women balancing care, career and life. Two designs for any budget: premium easel design or standard, spiral design. 12 matte cards on polished beech wood easel block. $38.99 BUY HERE. Spiral bound, standing paper […]