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If Your Kid Keeps Asking ‘Why,’ Give Them an Answer

Your kid’s constant questions might be annoying but they offer a unique chance to shape their developing brains
Tags: News, Parenting, Children and Childhood, Education (K-12, Intelligence and Intelligence Tests (IQ

Common Misconceptions About Plastic Surgery

Many people are unaware of the differences between plastic surgery procedures and cosmetic surgery procedures. Often the two terms are used in the same context. Yet, they have two different meanings... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Parenting, Beauty, Plastic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery

How to Deal with Sensory Overload as a Sensitive Person

Have you ever been told that you are “too sensitive?” If so, you’re not alone. Sensitivity implies a certain heightened reaction to external stimuli: experiences, noise, chatter, others’ emotional expression, sound, light, or other environmental changes. Sensitivity and high empathy are common experiences for many people, but some people experience these qualities to more severe degrees—and don’t realize that they can be hallmarks of Asperger’s, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD),...
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Ways to Appreciate Your Partner

Photo by Andre Furtado from Pexels It’s no secret that marriage can be such a beautiful journey. It also comes with its fair share of challenges. However, in order to survive the challenges and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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For Divorced Parents, Navigating Coronavirus Is a Balancing Act

What if a parent gets too sick? Or a child gets infected? “It’s just awkwardly, incredibly daunting now.”
Tags: News, Parenting, Divorce, Separations and Annulments, Child Custody and Support, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

3 Important Ways To Make YouTube Safe For Your Kids

 The internet has become the best resource point where anyone can get any information they need. It’s more helpful to kids where they learn and discover new things. YouTube is one of the top video streaming websites with close to a billion users. A YouTube kid’s version was specifically designed for kids between the ages of 3-8 that makes sure kids are exposed to quality content that their parents can equally approve of. YouTube is filled to the brim with great content and content that ...
Tags: Fashion, Parenting, Youtube, Internet Security, Internet Safety, Safety Tips, Wondershare, YouTube App Control

4 relationship problems that can be linked back to early childhood

Fear of abandonment or other attachment issues can stem from childhood loss (the death of a parent) but can also stem from mistreatment or emotional neglect as a child. Longitudinal studies have proven that a child's inability to maintain healthy relationships may be significantly impaired by having an insecure attachment to a primary caregiver during their early development. While these are common relationship problems that may be rooted in childhood experiences, as adults, we can break the cyc...
Tags: Psychology, Family, Parenting, Identity, Relationships, Neuroscience, Mental Health, Ptsd, Personality, Innovation, Fear, Emotions, Self, Personal Growth, WINSTON, Bruce Perry

Best Smartwatch For Kids: Review and Buying Guide

Is your child begging for a smartwatch? Whether they want to be just like mom and dad, or you want peace of mind, we have a round-up of the best smartwatch for kids. When looking to purchase a smartwatch, keep in mind what you want the smartwatch functions to be. For very young kids, they... Read More » The post Best Smartwatch For Kids: Review and Buying Guide appeared first on .
Tags: Reviews, Parenting, Lifestyle

Four Things to Do Every Day for Your Mental Health

It’s a crazy time. Here in the California, we are sheltering-in-place, leaving the house only for essentials like groceries and medical care. And while we’re all (appropriately) focused on caring for the physical health of ourselves, our families, our communities, and society at large, our mental, emotional, and social health needs are quickly emerging as profoundly important, as well. I’m executive director of Open Source Wellness, which brings people together to learn and practice the behavi...
Tags: Parenting, California, Netflix

This 103-year-old philosopher's to-do list will get you through self-isolation

Like everybody else, Romanian philosopher Mihai Sora is stuck inside. He is keeping busy for a 103-year-old man, and keeping the world up to date on his indoor adventures with Facebook. His to-do list is impressive, but not so impressive it can't be used by most people. The social isolation necessitated by COVID-19 is difficult for a lot of people. Between being mostly stuck inside, having reduced contact with other people, and the creeping boredom that comes after you've done everything on your...
Tags: Facebook, Parenting, Youtube, France, Life, Nazis, Nasa, Virus, Nature, Innovation, Romania, Philosophy, Goal-setting, Pierre Boulez, Bob Ross, Calvert Journal

The Challenge of Feeding Kids During Coronavirus

It’s OK to let children indulge in their favorite foods while riding out the crisis. Plus: resources for food-insecure families.
Tags: Food, News, Parenting, Children and Childhood, Cooking and Cookbooks, Families and Family Life, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

The Top 15 Best Museums for Kids to Explore and Learn in!

Museums are wondrous buildings filled with scientific discoveries, interactive exhibits, and worlds unknown (to your child, that is). If you’ve been searching for something exciting to do during an outing with your family, look no further. In this article, I’ll be covering the best museums for kids to explore! Keep in mind that these museums... Read More » The post The Top 15 Best Museums for Kids to Explore and Learn in! appeared first on .
Tags: Reviews, Parenting, Lifestyle

Loans With Low Credit Scores: 3 Loans You Can Get With Bad Credit

If you need money fast but have bad credit, this is for you. Here is how to get these 3 loans with low credit scores. Credit is often the cornerstone of how we keep up with our lives. It helps us... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Money, Parenting, Loans, Credit Score, Money Management, Money Tips

Here Are 17 Hilarious Gifts For Moms

Over the years, you’ve given your mom some pretty sweet gifts. Exotic flowers, delicate china, memorable photos, jewelry, special clothing… you’ve had some good ideas! Now it’s time for something a little more interesting, more unique, more… well, funnier. Your mom needs a good laugh! Here are 17 of the funniest gifts on the market.... Read More » The post Here Are 17 Hilarious Gifts For Moms appeared first on .
Tags: Reviews, Parenting, Lifestyle

Love Comin’ Back To You, Because Real Love Never Dies

I wrote this a year ago, nearly to the day. I had just gotten on contact with my daughter after a twelve-year separation.  March 2019, I wrote: “Here’s a shocking thing. I spoke with my daughter yesterday. It’s been ten … Read More...
Tags: Parenting, Love, Astrology, Real Life, Uranus in Taurus

Everything I Know About Parenting in a Crisis, I Learned From My Mom

As we hunkered down during the Persian Gulf war, she kept our daily lives humming with routine and humor.
Tags: News, Parenting, Persian Gulf, Children and Childhood

Hope is Contagious – ConnectPack 3 AVAILABLE

I definitely need some silver linings right now. School started for the kids at home. It’s been good, but it’s an adjustment. I’m looking and praying for an end for all of this… the one thing keeping me sane is that I know we’re all in this together. If you missed our Hope is Contagious mission – we want to foster human connection and it’s more important now than ever. You will see a daily download of a brand new “ConnectPack” where each day new activities will be available for download at...
Tags: Parenting, Personal, Louisa May Alcott, Audrey, Audrey McClelland, Hope is Contagious

Helping Kids Build Their Own Smart Speaker

One of the biggest concerns for parents raising young children in today’s technology-filled era is the problem of completely not understanding how the technology works. If you jump on Snapchat and do inappropriate stuff, it’s not gone forever, Snapchat does store it. When you attempt to do sinful things online, even when you think you are being sneaky, people can still easily access what you have done. One area also that remains a bit of a mystery are smart speakers like Alexa, Google Home, or o...
Tags: Parenting, Children, Tutorials, Creative, Seo, Alexa Google Home, Chatterbox, Kevin Elgan

ProjeX Projecting Gaming Arcade + Giveaway

I received a ProjeX to foliate my review. During this unexpected extended time home with the kids, I have been looking for new ways to keep them occupied. I recently was introduced to the ProjeX Projecting Gaming Arcade. When it’s lights off, it’s game on with the ProjeX Projecting Gaming Arcade from New York City-based NSI International, Inc. Projex lets you blast targets, ducks or UFOs that are projected right onto your wall – each with its own unique sound effects!  ProjeX tur...
Tags: Reviews, Giveaways, Featured, Parenting, New York City, Target Walmart, NSI International Inc Projex

How Teachers Can Navigate Difficult Emotions During School Closures

The COVID-19 crisis is forcing educational professionals across the globe to take a collective breath. What’s next? Whether we’re actively planning online lessons from our homes or bingeing more Netflix movies than we had ever anticipated, we’re faced with so many unknowns—and more time to sit with our emotions. We may feel overwhelmed, fearful, and emotionally fragile. Perhaps also restless, bored, and helpless. With so much uncertainty, how can we navigate this range of emotions? After all, r...
Tags: Parenting, Research, Netflix, Kristin Neff, Chris Willard, Chris Germer, Randye Semple

Becoming a Man, Virtually

We couldn’t have guests, but the bar mitzvah ceremony would go on.
Tags: News, Parenting, Families and Family Life, Teenagers and Adolescence, Shutdowns (Institutional, Jews and Judaism, Synagogues, Quarantines, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

35+ Easy Cake Mix Recipes – Hacks Using A Box Cake Mix

You’d never guess these recipes started with a box of store-bought cake mix! Those box cake mixes are good for more than just a plain yellow cake. Whip up an amazing cake with these doctored up box cake mix recipes that make amazing store-bought quality cakes! This is where my 10 Tricks To Make a... Read On → The post 35+ Easy Cake Mix Recipes – Hacks Using A Box Cake Mix appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Desserts, Parenting, Recipes, Cake Recipes, Box Cake Mix, Easy Cake Recipes, Box Cake Mix Recipes

5 deschooling tips for new homeschooling parents, and how it will keep you from feeling like a total failure.

I know a lot of parents have jumped right into homeschooling their kids (or, schooling-from-home might be more accurate) so that they won’t get too far behind in their studies. But with news that Virginia has canceled school for the rest of the academic year due to COVID-19, and lots of other districts coast-to-coast alluding […]
Tags: Parenting, Shopping, Virginia, Social Media, Columns, Tips And Tricks, Tips + Tricks, Educational Kids' Activities, Homeschooling Tools, Coronavirus

‘A Week of Snow Days’? Ha! Families Deal With Cabin Fever

As people become hostages in their own homes, hired clowns and costume nights may not be enough to maintain sanity.
Tags: News, Parenting, Youth, Epidemics, Telecommuting, Children and Childhood, Families and Family Life, Quarantines, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

How Coronavirus Exposes the Great Lie of Modern Motherhood

For too long, mothers have been held responsible for every aspect of their children’s well-being.
Tags: News, Parenting, Epidemics, Infant Mortality, Children and Childhood, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV

23 Bathing Suits For Moms With Stretch Marks

The miracle of birth is amazing and offers the most wonderful reward, but it is not always the best on our bodies. But, don’t let that stop you from getting out and enjoying the summer at the pool or beach. You can feel great in these 23 bathing suits for moms with stretch marks! We... Read More » The post 23 Bathing Suits For Moms With Stretch Marks appeared first on .
Tags: Reviews, Parenting, Lifestyle

11 Best Portable DVD Players For Kids

Are we there yet?! If you are trying to avoid this question over and over on your next road trip, you have come to the right place! We have put together a list of the 11 best portable DVD player for kids! Although portable DVD players are great for in the car, we know that... Read More » The post 11 Best Portable DVD Players For Kids appeared first on .
Tags: Reviews, Parenting, Lifestyle

5 Ways To Be More Eco-Friendly In Everyday Life

Creating an eco-friendly household is a lifelong endeavor. Making small improvements to your lifestyle is the best way to benefit the environment and create a more eco-friendly existence. If your goal this year is to live a more environmentally conscious existence, take it one step at a time. Here are five simple ways to be more eco-friendly in everyday life. Track and Monitor Your Consumption Two main areas of household consumption are water and electricity. Both of these utilities are great...
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23 Thoughtful Gifts For Elderly Moms

You’ve been buying gifts for your mom for a long time. There have been a lot of birthdays, anniversaries, Mothers Days, Christmases, Hanukkahs, and other parties over the years and you’ve been ready for them all with poignant, stellar gift ideas. But your mother is a bit older now. Some of her interests have changed,... Read More » The post 23 Thoughtful Gifts For Elderly Moms appeared first on .
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Six Daily Questions to Ask Yourself in Quarantine

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, and efforts to “flatten the curve” through physical distancing intensify, many of us find ourselves quarantined at home. The physical isolation and sudden departure from familiar routines can be jarring and disorienting. Settling in for the possibility of an extended shelter-in-place order, I wrote these six “Daily Quarantine Questions” to help me structure my days—and check in with myself, to make sure I’m doing OK. After I shared them on social media, I heard ...
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