3rd October 2019

Starting Afresh with Expungement

One of my favourite orators of all time, Les Brown, has a saying which resonated so deeply with me that to this day I always go back to it whenever I feel as if things are going really well in my life. It’s a matter of consolidation, so to say, because otherwise I kind of […]

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5th June 2019

4 Lessons that Life Will Teach You the Hard Way

In life, some lessons you will learn quickly and easily. And then other times, you have to learn things the hard way. Even if your parents, teachers, and adults in your life suggest certain things to you as a child, you have to figure out on your own that there are consequences to specific sets […]

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4th April 2019

6 tips for getting a head start on uni

The hardest part of uni isn’t getting accepted. Plan now to make sure student life is all you dream it will be You’ve spent so long applying to universities and studying for exams, and now you’ve finally been accepted. Congratulations! Now the real work begins. We don’t want to scare you, but preparing for university […]

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20th February 2019

How to Avoid Locking Your Kids in the Car

While raising kids is an extremely enjoyable experience, it also comes with plenty of scary moments. As a parent, you have to be prepared for everything including locking a young one in the car. In extreme cold or hot weather, it can be a life-threatening mistake. It’s important to set up a system to avoid […]

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8th February 2019

3 Tips For Caring For Your Family When You’re Sick

Being is sick or otherwise incapacitated physically is never fun. However, what can make this hard situation even more challenging is when you’re responsible for taking care of other people, like your children, while also trying to nurse yourself back to health. At times like these, you as the parent might be struggling with how […]

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21st January 2019

2 Valuable Tools for Every Anxious Mother

It has been said that a mother’s heart is outside of her body when she has a child. This may be hyperbole, but the truth is not far off. Most mothers are exceptionally focused on the health of their baby and this means a lot of stress and anxiety when things are not going right. […]

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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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20th June 2018

Combating Laziness

One of the perks of being an adult is being in full control of all the decisions you make, so in the case that what’s best for you can be put off for later you can indeed take the decision to get to it later. As long as you acknowledge the fact that the responsibility […]

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