parenting

Amazing Tips to Make Life Easier for New Moms

Once you find out you’re pregnant, you’ll probably spend a lot of time doing extensive research on the topic of giving birth and parenthood in general. It’s perfectly natural to feel a bit scared and to wish to be well-prepared to face the challenges of motherhood. To help all new moms who have recently given birth, but also to those who are going to give birth in the future, we’ve prepared a list of useful tips which will make your lives much easier. Go outside There are many stereotypes

5 Uplifting Things To Tell Your Child When They Compare Themselves to Their Rich Friends

For children, there comes an age when they start to notice not just the things they have in common with their friends, but also their differences. When there is a gap between your family’s wealth and that of the families they spend time with, this can often become upsetting for your child. However, with just a few words of wisdom from you, they don’t have to stay upset about it. Here are five uplifting things you can tell your children which will change their outlook on the situation.   1.

15 Things You Should Give Up to Be a Happy Parent

You want to be a happy parent—but your countless responsibilities make this goal challenging! Don’t lose hope just yet. I have a list of 15 things that keep you from happy parenting. Read through them. Be honest with yourself. Then let them go. Allow yourself to be a happy parent for your child—and yourself!   Here’s a list of 15 things you should give up—and then watch your happiness take off:   1. Give up “supposed to” -We were conditioned by our own early family

3 Ways to Protect Your Child Online

  Let’s face it: Kids are using technology at earlier ages than ever before. It can be difficult to distinguish what to shelter your children from as they are learning, growing, and becoming increasingly independent with age. When your children begin using technology, whether it is during school or at your discretion, it is important to have conversations about what is to be expected for Internet use. Though these talks may not resolve every tech-related issue parents face when it comes

How Different Cultures Deal with Cash

Saving money or taking loans might be common practices for us but they are also distinctly unexciting. In fact, there’s not much about finance that is noteworthy at all. In other places around the world, however, dealing with money has given rise to a range of interesting and unique practices. This infographic from Budget Direct illustrates and explores just some of these. Like how in Kenya, Harambee (meaning “pull together”) sees communities who can’t normally get access to credit come

How To Build A Pillow Fort

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
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