I do not often go off on a full blown rant, so I figured why not? It is about time. Want to come along for the ride? Here we go… There are a bunch of phrases or sayings or sentences or whatever, that grown ups say to kids all the time. There are 3 in […]
Today’s parents feel the need to structure each day for their children… and this can result in the little ones getting less fresh air than is desirable.
Teaching your kids to take personal responsibility is a lifelong challenge. Some ages make it more challenging, but more than anything, starting late makes it hard.
The digital nomad lifestyle appeals to many people, and with good reason. The idea of traveling around the country, relocating on a whim, and working online sounds romantic, freeing, and exciting. Just think of the adventures you could have!
Protecting your child’s mental wellness is many parents’ primary goal. Others may pay more attention to outward issues. Placing mental health on the back burner is detrimental to everyone in a family because the consequences can extend to others. It’s essential to recognize the signs of declining mental health and pinpoint lifestyle aspects that affect it. You can only fix a problem if you know the cause.
A child spends an average of 30 hours a week in front of a screen. Computers, digital tablets and smartphones seem to invade the visual and mental space of children, some becoming very dependent. The TV or tablet is not harmful in itself. You just have to use them in good intelligence.
As the school year starts up again, it is important to instill healthy habits in your little one. Here are a few ways you can get them motivated and ready for school!
It’s a lot to handle, which might make food the last thing on your mind — or it would be if your kids hadn’t learned to ask what’s for dinner every day around 11 a.m.