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    How To Enhance Your Child’s Learning

    Enhancing how your children can learn will do them wonders for their school life as well as life after school.  The more you encourage them to practice their learning, try new educational experiences, and enjoy schooling, the greater their success will be at school. As a parent, it can be challenging to encourage your child to like school or put more effort into certain subjects that they dislike. However, with these tips, you will find it easier to enhance your child’s learning and help them get the most out of education.  Allow them to go on school trips Going on school trips can help children to enhance their learning and…

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    If you have a major depressive disorder, here’s how you can treat it

    This is a collaborative post Depression is common nowadays given the stressful events in everyone’s life. You may get upset over small issues if something does not go as planned. You can experience episodes of depression while living alone. The worst form of depression is a major depressive disorder. People with this disorder may experience suicidal thoughts and there is a complete loss of interest in life. When a person feels low self-esteem and hallucinations then it is better to consult with a therapist to treat this condition.  Symptoms When depression reaches its full capacity and enters into the adverse stage then it becomes difficult to come out of that…

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    Wedding planning tips and tricks

    This is a collaborative post Congratulations, you’re getting married! But first, you need to start Wedding planning. This process can be enjoyable, but it can also be stressful. The good news is that many couples have been there before you and have some neat tips and tricks to share – you can find some of them below. Put Guests First  The best way to plan your wedding is to put your guest first. Of course, the day is all about the happy couple, but you need your guests to feel comfortable and enjoy their experience as well. Understanding the number of guests you have determines the size of venue and…

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    Heat-related illnesses what parents need to know

    This is a collaborative post The weather is changing, and with every season comes a new set of things to enjoy and things to be afraid of. Summertime brings a lot of things to look forward to; there are so many colorful fruits to go around, good days to catch a swim or go out for a ball game. But, summer also brings the most undesirable condition of them all; heat. Everyone’s familiar with the uncomfortable feeling of sweat trickling down your back while stepping into the kitchen or leaving the house for a walk. Health experts at Click Pharmacy also want you to be prepared to cope with any…

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    How to update your bedroom on a budget

    This is a collaborative post Your bedroom is meant to be a place to go to relax. Night times may be the only time you get away from the kids . The only room in the house that doesn’t contain some kind of children related objects. So it needs to be a place where you can go and relax ready for the next crazy day.Having children can sometimes means that money can become a little tight. Or like us most of your spare money goes on the kids . Whether it be buying them new clothes , shoes or taking them to places. So this leaves little money spare to…

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    How to enhance language learning in kids and for yourself 

    This is a collaborative post Learning a second language at any time of life is always going to be of benefit. Leaving aside the typical reasons for learning – such as the utility of speaking to locals when you go on holiday, or the employment potential it offers – there are several other reasons to do so. For one thing, it stimulates the all-important language centres of your brain and even makes you a better English speaker, and for another it gives you a chance to see the world from different perspectives. It makes sense, then, that you’d be happy for your child to show a facility with a language…

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    Creating a dream Family Bathroom

    This is a collaborative post The one room in our house that we are yet to update is the family bathroom. It’s probably one of my least favourite rooms in the house. The day we moved in the bath plug broke, the mirrored cupboard door has come off and it just never looks completely clean. The previous owners of the house liked to do quick fixes rather than taking the time to get things done properly and nicely. One of the main things that I hate in the bathroom is that they have covered so much in silicone just to make it look finished. Which didn’t really work as it’s…

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    A Beginner’s Guide to Proper Tea

    This is a collaborative post Knowing your stuff about tea is important if you want to fit in somewhere like England. It’s true that not everybody likes tea, but it is a cornerstone of our culture. Today, we’re getting our educational hats on, because it’s time to learn the basics to ‘Proper’ English tea. Let’s get started! What Type of Tea? Across the U.K, it is widely understood that black teas are supreme; your Tetleys, Yorkshire Tea, and PG Tips brands have got your back there. Although tea does originate from China, it has become a staple of British society thanks to rampant colonisation. Traditionally, Chinese tea drinkers did not…

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    Best Side Jobs for Stay at Home parents in 2022: 9 Money-Making Ideas

    This is a collaborative post Staying at your home with your kids is nothing but amazing. If you manage to work and take care of your kids, you can easily provide a better lifestyle to your lovely kids. We are sharing nine simple side jobs that you can do at your home!  Side Jobs for stay at home parents Start your blog Blogging is a great way of making money online. You can start your blog on any topic that inspires you the most. Monetization of your blog is easier once you build your readership. And the best part about blogging? You can do it while taking care of your…

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    5 ways to save some money on your household bills this winter

    With household bills going up, we all need to find ways to keep those bills down. Here are just some of the ways that I’m trying to keep my household bills down. Check your current rates Many house bills have gone up so much in the last few months and the rates aren’t as good as they were. So it is important to check what rates you are on especially if you’re on variable rates. Using comparison sites to check rates are a really good way to see all the different companies all in one place. It’s always a good idea to check cashback sites when changing providers as there…

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    The Main Amazing & Incredible Benefits Of Becoming A Pet Parent

    Animals are the most incredibly intelligent, loving and altogether life-enriching addition to your home and your life as a whole and there is no greater feeling than creating, developing and nurturing a bond between you and your new furry (or feathered) friend.  Where possible, it is always better to adopt an animal from a rescue centre or animal shelter, but if you are certain you want to train a puppy, kitten or baby kit from the start, it is absolutely crucial to ensure you buy from an established, reputable and renowned breeder. Continue reading for a comprehensive guide on the main amazing and altogether incredible benefits of becoming a pet…

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    4 Things Every Parent Needs in Their Home Office

    This is a collaborative post 2021 is truly the era of the home office. Working from home has been in place for well over a year, with many companies adopting it as part of their permanent structure. But while we’ve had plenty of time to create purpose-built home working spaces, lots of us are still making do with the sofa. That’s understandable – some of us simply don’t have the space to install a home office, while others may feel we don’t need one. But if you’re finding your new working arrangement challenging, a designated WFH space might be exactly what you need. And whether you’re converting a spare bedroom,…

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    5 Creative Hobbies You Can Turn into a Side Hustle

    This is a collaborative post Most of us are more creative than we could have imagined – we just haven’t found the right craft yet.   Not only can engaging in creative hobbies increase your happiness, but the rise in calls for sustainability has madehandmade crafts by small, local businesses increasingly popular to consumers. If you’re looking for a hobby that will let you be creative and turn a small profit to give you a little extra spending money, then check out the five suggestions we have for you. 1) Knitting Learning to knit can be a little tricky when you first get started, but it’s actually easier that it looks! Once you’ve got the hang of…

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    How to get the creative work you’ve always wanted

    This is a collaborative post There are times when your school reminds you that it is not ideal for you, the work environment begins to become uncomfortable, the walls threaten to flatten you and your motivations wear out one after another. In the bubble above your head pass all those creative talents that you drown from time to time, choosing to listen to people who, if you pierce them, will “run” boredom and outdated perceptions. On the altar of a “safe” job with “fixed” earnings, you sacrificed your creative inclination, even when it was struggling to get out of you. But is creative work possible, and should it be included in…

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    How to streamline and organise your home this Christmas.

    This is a collaborative post Every year around November time I start getting worried about the space we have in our house. With Christmas coming and two children’s birthdays I know we will have an influx of stuff. So I start going crazy organising, stream lining and adding storage solutions to our house to find some extra space. Here are just some of the ways that I streamline and organise my home ready for Christmas. Start with the toys I start off by streamlining the kids toys. I do this with them and have done every year since they were little . I explain to them that if they have…

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    4 Tips for Returning to the Workforce

    This is a collaborative post Getting back on your career path after an extended break can be daunting. You might worry that you’ll struggle to compete in today’s job market, and that potential employer will view your skills and experience as outdated. There are many reasons for taking career breaks, but the most common of these is childcare. And these breaks disproportionately affect women, with research showing the average childcare break as two years.  Whatever reason you had for taking your break, and whatever reason you have for wishing to return, here are four tips to help you get back to the workforce Freshen Up Your Skills Having a wide set of skills…

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    What Influences Business Success As An Entrepreneur?

    This is a collaborative post There’s a lot of potential when it comes to finding success as an entrepreneur. However, if there’s one thing to know, it’s that failure is just as possible as success; indeed, it’s perhaps even more likely. The good news is that you don’t have to go into the wild world of business on your own, just hoping that everything will run smoothly. There are things you can do that can increase your chances of building a profitable venture. In this blog, we’ll look at some of the key ingredients that’ll make it more likely. If you’ve got all of the following, then you might just…

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    Children’s Christmas gift guide

    This post contains affiliate links Christmas is fast approaching and if your kids are anything like mine they are already busy planning what they would like. Christmas can be an expensive time that is why on my adult’s gift guide I wrote down some ways to save some money so make sure to check that out. I have a really cool collection of gift ideas for children to share with you. All of the products below I have very kindly been gifted. The products below are aimed at children 3 years – 8 years of age. Love Leggings Now I know you might be thinking about why to put leggings…

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    Expectant parents and young children Christmas gift guide

    This is a bit of a mixed gift guide as I wanted to include some gift ideas for expectant parents as well as babies. As a mom that has been pregnant over Christmas there are certain things you would rather not have as a Christmas present. Like wine or alcohol, I was gifted this the Christmas I was pregnant with Ava. With the comment, it’s something to look forward to. Which at the time annoyed me as I would rather have had nothing without sounding ungrateful as 1 I don’t drink anyway and 2 a nice foot soak would have been enjoyed whilst pregnant and when the baby is here.…

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    Adult Christmas gift guide and tips for saving money this Christmas

    I don’t know about you but I love Christmas. This year for me seems to feel more needed than ever. With restrictions in place last year we had to scale back what we would have done over the Christmas period. We cut back on who we had around the house on Christmas day so that we could keep within guidelines. So this year I want to go all out. Now that doesn’t mean I’m going to spend loads of money. I will still be looking for deals and special little presents. Here are some gift ideas for you along with how I save some money on presents. How to save…