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I am a children's book author, mentor and guide. Since graduating from Rutgers University in 2003, I have working within the nanny industry. Over the years, I have been writing stories, poetry and memoirs. My passion resides within the minds of the children I provide care for. If I can encourage just one child at time to work hard to be the best that they can possibly be, then my job at the end of the day is done. I am here not only as a caretaker, but I also want to lead young ones into a direction where they can use their own creativity and dedication to achieve whatever they strive to be. No child deserves to ever believe in anything less of themselves. We need to remind them about their capabilities and unique qualities that help to represent what they stand for in our world today.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I am currently working on establishing a blog.
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