Category | Life and Time Management

How To Prep Your Kids For The First Day Of Class

Posted on 22 August 2011 by

Another school year is about to roll out. For parents and children, this means alarm clocks going off before sunrise and sibling battles in the breakfast table every morning. Sending kids to school every day can be a frantic task for parents especially if their children are not cooperative. Parents can start preparing their kids […]

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Tips for Frugal and Memorable Easter Family Fun

Posted on 22 April 2011 by

Holidays can be expensive for families. It doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or Easter – they can cost a lot of money. Try using some of these tips for frugal and memorable Easter family fun rather than simply spending money on commercial items. One thing your family might enjoy is taking […]

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How to Celebrate Easter More Meaningfully

Posted on 19 April 2011 by

Family traditions can be the glue which holds a family together. This is particularly true when it comes to traditions concerning holidays. Many families wonder how to celebrate Easter more meaningfully as well as the other holidays throughout the year. Rather than focusing on the Easter candy the children will receive and eat, focus more […]

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The Story of Passover – An Explanation

Posted on 18 April 2011 by

When springtime comes, most people think about Easter and what it means to them. There is another day celebrated during the spring, often before or after, sometimes even falling on the same day as Easter. This is the Jewish holy day Passover, celebrated on the 15th of Nissan. If you’re not aware of this holy […]

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How To Make Baby Bottles Last Longer

Posted on 11 March 2011 by

Baby bottles are a necessity whether you choose to breastfeed or bottle feed your baby. There are a lot of choices when it comes to design and function when buying baby bottles but one of the most important things to consider is durability. The good kinds of feeding bottles can cost up to $7 or […]

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5 Tips On How To Be A Stylish Mom

Posted on 11 February 2011 by

From cooking meals to meeting deadlines at the office and helping kids with their homework, there seems to be a plethora of tasks that need to be done by mothers on a daily basis. At times when our role as a parent and as a wife becomes too overwhelming, we let it consume us. We […]

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What You Need to Know About Returning and Exchanging Gifts

Posted on 14 January 2011 by

You may have given somebody a wrong sized tee, an identical gift or a defective toy. The same thing probably happened to you, too. Returning or exchanging unwanted gifts is a practical way to convert a somewhat useless item into something useful. Many different reasons may make a gift unwanted so you shouldn’t feel bad […]

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7 Items to Stock Up On Now

Posted on 08 January 2011 by

It’s time to hit the shelves once again to take advantage of the post-holiday markdowns. Many in-stock items go on sale this early in the year for inventory clearance as stores make room for new supply. Returned merchandise is also abundant coming from defective, unwanted or wrong gifts. If you feel like trimming off some […]

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6 Items to Add to Your 2011 To-Do List

Posted on 06 January 2011 by

Now that you’ve finished packing up last year’s clutter, it’s time to lay out shiny new goals as the New Year rolls out. Apart from your regular new year’s resolutions, there are some practical things you should add to your yearly to-do list. These are things that can generally make your family’s life easier and […]

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5 New Year’s Resolutions You Should Keep

Posted on 03 January 2011 by

The New Year brings us hope and a renewed promise of limitless opportunities for each and everyone of us. But as we close yet another chapter in our lives, we can’t help but ponder on how we dealt with the year that has just passed. Certainly, we have had our fair share of both victories […]

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Last Minute Deals on Toys for Christmas

Posted on 23 December 2010 by

Who says it’s too late to buy Christmas presents? Late Christmas presents are as good as the ones given on the 25th. Some families even have a tradition to give Christmas gifts on New Year. It all depends on how you explain to your child that his present is ‘still being delivered by Santa’. A […]

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Easy Strategies to Make a Successful Transition from Elementary to Junior High and High School

It can be exciting to see your children graduate from elementary school and move on up to junior high and high school. However, with these milestones come significant changes that your children may not be prepared for. You can help to ease their anxiety and fear by talking to them and explaining the many changes […]

Overnight Camp – Is My Child Ready?

As the school year nears an end, you may be thinking about what your children will do during the summer. This is particularly an issue if both parents work. Your child may be asking to go to an overnight camp, and you may wonder if they are ready. Perhaps you never went to camp when you […]

Fun Summer Outdoor Games for Children

As a parent, you want your children to be active and have fun during the months they’re off of school. You probably don’t want them stuck in front of a television or computer screen for three months. These fun summer outdoor games for children may encourage your child to get outside and have fun rather […]

What to Do if Your Child Doesn’t Want to Go to School

School is a necessary part of a growing child’s life. It’s like a second home for them since they spend a lot of time there. Children have different attitudes toward school. Many children leave home without a fuss because they enjoy going there. But no matter how fun school may seem, some children refuse to […]

Ways to Create a Good Study Environment at Home

A child’s academic development depends largely on parental involvement and support. Education takes place not only in the classroom, but also at home. Aside from effective studying skills, having a good study environment can help increase learning efficiency for your student. Good academic performance contributes to a better and brighter future for your child. Making the […]

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