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Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Four Tips For Organizing A Busy Family Life

One kid or more, it can be difficult to manage your time, especially if you have children that are into after school activities, and you are both working parents. You don’t have to let that stress run your life, there are ways to organize all of the things that you have going on. You just need to make a plan and stick with it, and always stay positive. Originally posted 2015-12-23 10:56:30. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on The Hardest Things To Talk To Teens About

OK. If you are the parent of a teen it’s likely you already know that it’s hard to talk to your teen about anything at all. They are teenagers, they are on a different wavelength than you. Sure, you were once a teenager yourself, but every generation is different. Originally posted 2015-12-27 21:25:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on 5 Tips to Keep in Mind When Choosing a Retirement Home

When it comes to deciding on a retirement community it’s not something you take lightly. After all, it’s a place you’ll be calling home for the next few years and for some, the rest of their lives. A lot of inquiring, researching and planning goes into the process of finding the ideal retirement home and you should never feel rushed or pressured into your decision making. The following are 5 helpful tips that you should keep in mind when choosing a retirement community....

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Tablets for Toddlers?

There’s little doubt that introducing tablets into secondary classrooms caused controversy amongst parents and teachers alike. What possible good could come out of giving each pupil a licence to play games when they should be working? The reality turned out to be somewhat different and now tablets are being used in some schools from Foundation Stage. So should you allow your young children to use one? Research There are numerous studies on how older pupils may benefit from tablets...

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Just A Phase Or Something More: 3 Signs Of Childhood Mental Health Problems

Children go through all kinds of phases – picky eating, bedwetting, difficulty sleeping – but how do you know when a problem stops being “just a phase” and starts becoming something more worrisome? Mental health issues are far more common in children than most realize, affecting as many as 1 in 5  children or teenagers, and as many as 1 in 10 have significant daily impairment due to these issues. Here are X signs you child is struggling with more than a passing...

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Prom: Rules For Parents

Prom night is a confusing time for parents. You will be proud that your child has grown up and made it to graduation. It’s a major step in watching them develop into an adult. However, it is also a very scary time. You child is now old enough to make their own decisions and peer pressure is heavy on prom night. You will be worried about drinking, drugs and sex. That is completely normal, but as long as you are prepared, you can handle it. Thanks to {Salt of the Earth} for the...

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Fun Indoor Kids’ Activities

Let’s be honest: while it’s easy to find exciting activities for kids over the warmer months, it can be a bit trickier to do the same during the winter – or even just on a rainy day. Kids tend to find it far easier to grow bored indoors than when they’re running around the garden, and keeping them occupied in the house for an entire day can be a bit of a challenge. But who said that a day in has to be boring? We’ve put together some tips to help you have a fun and exciting...

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Cat or Dog: Choosing The Right Pet For Your Family

Thinking about a furry addition to your family? As we all know, getting a pet is a long-term commitment. You have a moral obligation to conduct in-depth research into the qualities and requirements of your prospective pet to ensure you are capable of caring for them. There is always the risk that your pet develops a health problem and so you must be financially able to pay for vet bills. If you plan to adopt an animal from a shelter, you should also be prepared for the fact that...

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Can Learning Magic Tricks Improve Your Child’s Social Skills?

Image: Steven Depolo If your child is shy and finds it hard to be social with others, there are many ways to boost his or her confidence. Some children find integrating with others difficult. It’s not a failing on your part if your child is a little antisocial. Some children take a little longer to find their feet than others. The problem is that if your child gets into the habit of being reclusive, he or she will struggle to create lasting bonds with others. A child’s...

Dec 19 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on 3 Long-Term Care Options for Aging Parents

While no one likes to think about their parent’s age, it is an unfortunate fact of life that they are not getting any younger and will require more intensive care. Some parents can be belligerent and stubborn about staying out on the farm while others find themselves unable to maintain even a small apartment. Understanding your parent’s needs is the first step to finding a place for mom and dad. Originally posted 2016-01-25 14:20:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

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