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Family & Personal

Keeping Your Family Safe – Steps That Will Lead To A Secure Future

Keeping Your Family Safe – Steps That Will Lead To A Secure Future

Your number one priority is likely keeping your family safe, but just what does that mean, and how can you do it? It seems like today there are so many threats to families from natural disasters to illness to online predators and bullies, so just how do you keep your […]

by × June 6, 2016 × Comments are Disabled

Family & Personal, Health

5 Motivating Tricks To Help Your Kids Remember To Brush and Floss

5 Motivating Tricks To Help Your Kids Remember To Brush and Floss

Adults often know all too well how important it is to brush and floss. Few people have reached adulthood without a cavity, a root canal or even worse. When your kids get their first few teeth and start to go for their twice-yearly checkups, it’s time to get them into […]

by × June 12, 2015 × Comments are Disabled

General

No Accidents: 6 Tips For Keeping Your Guns From Your Children

No Accidents: 6 Tips For Keeping Your Guns From Your Children

Responsible gun owners appreciate the importance of handling guns safely and keeping them out of the hands of unsupervised children. If you have guns and children in the home, it’s important to keep the firearms secured to avoid unfortunate accidents. Here are a few options you might want to consider […]

by × June 25, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Family & Personal

Sweet Sixteen! 5 Things You Must Know Before Your Child Gets Behind The Wheel

Sweet Sixteen! 5 Things You Must Know Before Your Child Gets Behind The Wheel

So, your anxious teenager just received their driver’s license and is aching to show off their driving skills. It is inevitable, that if you are the parent of a teenage driver, they will ask you to drive at some point. As a parent and experienced driver, you will need to […]

by × July 22, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

Family & Personal, Food

Eating Well as a Vegetarian Family

Eating Well as a Vegetarian Family

Vegetarianism is on the rise; with more and more people worrying about the long term health effects of too much red meat, some families are if not giving up meat, drastically cutting it down. Another reason for this trend is undoubtedly the fact that meat is very expensive and people […]

by × June 18, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

Family & Personal

Country walks are free and a great way to get fit together.

How to Get your Family Active on a Budget

Getting exercise is important but many busy families find it difficult to find the time. Gym memberships are expensive and many are not child-friendly. The common complaint is that children stop adults from exercising as they can’t keep up or they don’t all enjoy the same activities. The key here […]

by × May 28, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

Education, Family & Personal

All children have a huge amount of potential whether they are on the Spectrum or not.

Is your Child on the Spectrum?

Having worries and concerns about a child is something which all parents go through regularly. Are they happy? Are they healthy? Are they developing in line with other children of their age? The problems begin when worries turn into fears and sometimes, the fears may be held with good reason. […]

by × May 19, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

General

Making lunches fun will encourage children to try unfamiliar foods!

How to Help your Child to Eat a Healthy Diet

Including a good mixture of all appropriate foods in your child’s diet is a must…but many parents struggle when it comes to the items which children don’t take to so easily…yes, I’m talking vegetables! Many younger children struggle when it comes to eating their greens and this is partly to […]

by × May 19, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

Education, Family & Personal

Early friendship experiences help children to grow in confidence.

Helping your Child to Make Friends

Not all children make friends easily; some need extra help with socialising just as others need extra help with learning to read, learning to speak or counting. socialising is a skill which is learned slowly through trial and error and of course through example. That is not to say that […]

by × May 19, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

Education, Family & Personal

Shy children need time to find their inner strengths.

How to Help a Shy Child

As parents we all worry about our children’s development. At times these concerns can seem overwhelming and most especially if our child does not seem to be developing as strongly in some areas as others. Comparing our children to others of the same age can be a painful and pointless exercise which […]

by × May 19, 2013 × Comments are Disabled