Finding Work-Life Balance as a Child Caregiver

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Monterey Road Child Development Center staff, children, parents & volunteers participate in a parade April 1 to celebrate the Month of the Military Child.
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For working parents, achieving this balance means finding the time — and energy — to spend with their children after work. But what if caring for children is a part of your day job? In the third installment of this series, two mothers share their unique perspectives on how to achieve work-life balance.

Judy Hunt is an education director at Hanson Place Child Development Center in Brooklyn, New York. After caring for, and watching over, other people's children all day, she goes home to care for four children of her own. 

And Joyce Burges is a mother of five children who she homeschools. She is also the co-founder of the National Black Home Educators, a resource network that encourages families who are considering home education.