• Mother

    When should my teen start a summer job?

    There comes an age when kids don’t feel like spending their summer attending summer camps and are not motivated to play outside as much as they used to. This leaves room for more screen time mostly spent on social media platforms. A balance is always desirable. Every person is different, and teens do not all mature and are not all ready at the exact same age to start tackling their first job. 14 might be the starting point for some to start mowing lawns, watering neighbours gardens, walking dogs, baby sitting…etc. These are an excellent start for your teen to experiencing more responsibility and accountability. It also teaches them commitment.…