26th December 2018

How to Prepare for When Your Child Leaves Home

There comes a time in your family’s life when your child or children will eventually leave home. Maybe they are off to college or exploring opportunities abroad. Either way, it’s never an easy time for a parent. The physical separation that comes with them leaving is a daunting thing to think about. And often, it […]

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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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11th September 2018

Get Well Soon Gift Ideas

All anyone really wants when they are feeling ill, is to get better. Until that happens, we all want some tender love and care, we want to be cared for and soothed as much as possible. If someone in your life is not feeling their best and you are stuck for gift ideas, then you’ve […]

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24th August 2018

How to Handle Important Family Decisions

There is no “I” in teamwork, and nothing truer can be said for a loving family that lives, grows, and thrives together. Having a lifelong partner to raise children with is one of life’s greatest blessings, and the road ahead, however winding it may seem, should be conquered with the combined love and passion of […]

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5th June 2018

Safe Internet Use for the Modern Day Kids

Admittedly it might seem like a losing battle trying to keep tabs on the kids’ internet usage these days, what with all the tools and tricks they have at their disposal to bypass just about all the monitoring utilities parents have access to. If it was indeed a battle of the internet skills then I […]

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10th April 2018

Talking to them about the Birds and the Bees

Your own children may not make for the guilty parties (not your darlings, surely), but these days there’s very little respect afforded to what were once justifiably authoritative figures in educators. What this means is that apart from the specialist academic knowledge teachers impart to learners, the learners take away less by way of life […]

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1st April 2018

Learning a New Language as a Family

You’ll probably have to put in twice as much effort as the kids just to keep up with the pace at which they’ll evidently make progress, but learning a new language as the whole family can come with advantages that go far beyond the obvious new skill of being able to communicate in another language. […]

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