In a world of technology and TV, children should always be encouraged to spend some time away from the screens and use their imagination to create their own fun. But every parent knows it can be hard to keep children constantly entertained without buying expensive toys, and to think of inexpensive activities is often a tricky challenge.
Thankfully, a great way to spend a rainy day at any time of year is by building a pillow fort. This is one of life’s great pleasures, a great bonding activity
Thanksgiving is a holiday that centers on food and family. That’s what makes it so ironic that many family arguments and drama occurs when the family is all together. Much of it can be due to stressful situations that surround the preparation for Thanksgiving meals. Here are some tips to help you make the most of the family time together instead of worrying about logistics and food.
Prep Work Is Good Work
When it comes to a large meal, last minute just doesn’t cut it. After all, it takes
Many people will be all too familiar with how difficult this situation can be when a long day at the office is followed by an evening of completing household tasks. This infographic from HappyCleans takes you through how to make life a bit easier with the help of apps.
The truth of the matter is that you shouldn’t be completing all of the tasks by yourself and the kids should at least chip in a bit. Apps such as Happy Kids Timer can help you out as it encourages younger kids to get involved.
Americans are living longer, which means more time with the grandchildren, more time to travel to those places you didn’t see when you were younger and more time to devote to leaving your mark on the world.
But a longer life expectancy also comes with problems.
At least 70 percent of Americans will eventually watch as an aging loved one’s life is taken over by a growing list of impairments that could mean there’s a need for long-term care. And many family members will be unprepared