13th December 2018

5 Tips To Make Your Christmas Shopping Easier

Christmas can be a stressful time for many reasons, but especially when it comes to shopping for presents.   Between being able to find the time to shop, and having to work overtime to be able to afford it all, you can start to feel overwhelmed.

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12th December 2018

The Parent’s Guide to Sending Your Kid to College

Going away for college is a stressful, exciting and scary experience… for the parents, of course. The kids? They are just too excited to begin the next chapter of their lives in a place full of people with similar mindsets and interests. But here, let’s focus on the parents. Your kid is going away from

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11th December 2018

4 Ways on How to Manage Your Finances as a Freelancer

Thinking of taking on your own clients and working according to your own hours? We all want to be our own boss, but not everyone has the ability to manage their time and finances or to even commit to the idea. As a freelancer, you often need to learn self-discipline, how to handle deadlines and

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10th December 2018

Upgrading Your Family’s Home

As the head of the household, it’s not uncommon for you to start thinking about improvements on a regular basis to all of the details surrounding the value of your home. You can step back and think about all the different kinds of upgrades that you can potentially make, and from there it’s just a

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6th December 2018

Practical Strategies to Escape the Daily Grind

Let’s face it – unless you’re given something like a full paid-year off (like that ever happens), even that wouldn’t be ideally enough to spend that crucial time with your newborn following their birth. They grow up so fast and the number one cause of parents missing those key moments in their children’s lives is

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5th December 2018

7 Secrets to Raising Good Kids

The Holy Grail of Parenting- raising good kids. Every parent dreams of raising the best kid. But we can never tell how well we are doing with the parenting thing. We probably won’t be able to tell until the time we stop parenting. A time when our children have to adjust in society without our

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23rd November 2018

4 Tips For Helping a Child Grieve With The Loss Of a Parent

Most kids know about death, regardless of whether they don’t comprehend it entirely. Dying is a common topic in movies and TV, and they may have lost pets or grandparents.  Be that as it may, experiencing a death firsthand is an entirely different story for children. Whether it was a result of a tragic accident,

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16th November 2018

4 Big Decisions Relating To Family Life

Your life is most assuredly a sequence of big decisions. And particularly when it comes to your family, there are concrete examples of times when a decision one way or another makes a drastic change in the way the rest of your life unfolds. That’s why it’s interesting to look at these moments as increments

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14th November 2018

4 Simple Tips For Being a The Best Parent You Can Be

Even though you may have the best intentions in mind, it’s often easier said than done to be a perfect parent.  Aiming for perfection isn’t only unrealistic, but it’s hardly necessary. Your children don’t crave perfection, but rather someone who is there to accept them and guide them along the way.  

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13th November 2018

5 Home Safety Must-Haves With a Baby

Having a new baby is an incredibly exciting new addition to your family.  A baby brings a fresh perspective to your home and your life in ways that you may have never imagined before.  One of the most exciting yet daunting parts of being a new parent, however, is the responsibility of ensuring that your

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