• Child Care,  Health Issues,  Lifestyle,  Motherhood,  Parenting

    How Parents Can Help Their Kids Avoid Cavities and Tooth Decay

    When you think of diseases and sicknesses keeping kids out of school, you probably don’t think of cavities and tooth decay. But anyone who’s been struck with a toothache knows how physically debilitating and downright uncomfortable they can be. Take a page from George Hatzigiannis and do everything you can to help your kids keep tooth decay and cavities at bay so they’ll have great smiles and have one less reason not to go to school and get a good education.

    Develop a Tooth Brushing Routine Habits are easy to develop and hard to break, so make sure all the habits your kids develop are healthy ones. When it comes to their teeth, they should brush at least twice a day and floss after every meal. While they might not like how much time this takes out of their day at first, express to them that their diligence is sure to pay off in their later years when their mouths aren’t filled with holes and signs of decay.

  • Child Care,  Health Issues,  Home & Garden

    Get Rid of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) Virus + Giveaway

    BioCair provides a range of lifestyle products that offer 99.99% protection from harmful germs in the environment and on common surfaces, thus keeping you and your family in the pink of health.  Guess I’m lucky to be able to try the first dibs of this powerful pocket spray. Just in time, my nephew stays in the house mostly during daytime and gets super active touching everything close to him. 

  • Child Care,  Entertainment,  Lifestyle

    Keeping The Kids Gainfully Occupied During The Holidays

    With the working parent’s busy schedule, coupled with a hectic school program for the kids, holidays provide a great opportunity for the family to bond. That can, however, turn into a nightmare if you have no activities planned for them. You are not also on holiday, remember?

    Even if you were, you would still need some alone time away from them. Keeping them occupied the entire holiday period can be a daunting task for any parent, especially if finances are involved. You also don’t want them spending the entire day locked up in their rooms on social media or computer games. With cooperation from your kids, you can ensure they have a fantastic holiday that doesn’t affect your productivity at work either does it alienate them from you.

  • Child Care,  Parenting

    Preparing Your Kids for Success

    Life skills are undoubtedly important. The things we teach our children how to live life and how to react to things in life can completely change the way they’re brought up in the future. If you want to best prepare your children for success, then here are a couple of important things to keep in mind.

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    • Teach your kids social skills. Networking and social skills are important at all stages of life, so make sure you teach your children how to effectively communicate.
    • Show them how things in life are related. Have your kids ever wondered why they need to learn math or science? Teach your kids the link between these abstract concepts and subjects and the real world so they can take a more holistic approach to life.
    • Be a role model and practice what you preach. Want your kids to work hard? Then make sure you practice what you preach. Show them you’re worthy of being a role model by displaying to them your work ethic and achievements so they can follow in your footsteps.

    It’s important to become a role model for your children, but it’s also important to inspire your kids with life quotes and advice from other successful people. Take a look at the infographic below to learn a few pieces of life advice from incredibly successful women.