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Parents don’t have it easy. Adulthood is often busy and complicated, leaving little time to spend with your family. And the fact that this once little child is now a teenager is no help at all. Their level of busy often both rivals and compounds our own, and though the landscape of parenthood changes…(Read More)

Road trips rank among the most memorable moments of childhood for most people. Maybe it’s the close quarters, family bonding or the adventure (or occasional misadventure) of it all, but these moments are likely to become etched in your permanent memory files for a lifetime. So, if you’re planning a family road trip…(Read More)

A parent is their child’s first teacher. What they see you do, they imitate. When you set an example as being a person who’s curious and eager to learn and explore, you’ll awaken the same capacity within your child. But should you just educate your child yourself, before they start school? What…(Read More)

A lot of kids are resistant to writing essays. Essays are a tough concept to master, and probably a lot more complicated than the writing your kid has been doing thus far. Nonetheless, essays are important to their future education, and, bright side, they don’t have to be a drag! You can teach your…(Read More)

Toxic relationships – whether they are romantic, friendships, inter-familial relationships, or even work relationships – are all detrimental to your health and happiness. If a relationship in your life has been affecting you in more negative ways than positive, it’s imperative that you reflect on that relationship and consider whether or not it’s worth…(Read More)

Being a parent is a hard job. You’re essentially teaching your child every single thing they’ll need to know in order to function successfully in what can be a confusing, conflicted world. One topic that’s often overlooked is finance. It’s such a wide topic, with an incredible amount of material to…(Read More)

Dads Rock!

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Peruse the greeting card section around Father’s Day, and you’ll find the shelves bursting with stereotypes about dads. While we may love to poke fun at his expense, we have more reasons to appreciate dear old dad than how handy he is with a wrench. Supportive dads and father figures positively influence a…(Read More)

Planning a family getaway with kids can seem daunting and overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. With a little patience, preparation, and creativity you can help avoid tantrums, tears, and headaches and get the most out of your vacation. Listed below are 6 pro-tips to help reduce the chaos and help you…(Read More)