Tips For Strengthening Your Relationship With Your Partner

You love your partner and want nothing but the best for them, but that doesn’t mean you’re always happy. Remember that it’s a partnership and you’re both responsible for making it work. Of course, there are times you feel neglected, alone and wonder why you’re together in the first place. This is normal and all couples go through it. It’s what you do to help recharge your relationship that matters. Marriage is hard work and requires maintenance and effort. Instead of wanting to give up, try … [Read more...]

Mind.Body.Green., helping you keep a Balanced Perspective

It seems everywhere you look these days, people are dishing out feel-good mantras and their take on what will make you happy. It can be overwhelming. After all, how do we really know 'what works vs. what doesn’t'? With life stress, chores and daily demands, it can be exhausting to cut through the clutter. Reaching happiness can be stressful, especially if you get tossed the wrong nugget of wisdom, which sends you spiraling backward. Here is collected the best life advice to help you … [Read more...]

Encourage Your Nanny to Host/Attend Play Dates

Play dates can be a hot-button issue for parents and their nannies, with both parties often falling on opposite sides of the fence. As a nanny employer, you may want to think twice before you forbid play dates outright or choose not to encourage your nanny to host or attend them with your child. There are a host of benefits that can come with participation in a play group, both for your child and his nanny. These are ten of the reasons why it may be smarter for you to provide your nanny … [Read more...]

Childcare, 20 of the Best Potty Training Bribes Ever :)

Potty training can be a daunting task for both the parents and the child. Some kids, for their own reasons, are terrified of going potty on the toilet and need a little extra incentive to do it. Parents who have already experienced trying to potty train their kids know what tactics work. They also know that what works for one child might not work for another. Remember that each child is different and that you always need to have patience for your reluctant child. Here are 20 of the … [Read more...]

How to stay connected to baby, if on business trip

Being away from your baby is a difficult thing to do, especially if you are new to parenting. However, sometimes work gets in the way of spending precious quality time with your baby. With the help of modern technology and a little creativity, you can still connect with her when you are away on business. Whether it is a short weekend trip or a longer month-long venture, it is important to keep an open line of communication with your baby. Will My Baby Really Know If I Am … [Read more...]

2013, will Triskaidekaphobia affect your Success?

(MoneyWatch) Next year is going to be a long one if you suffer from triskaidekaphobia, fear of the number 13. To lessen the anxiety, consider these 13 money tips for 2013. 1. Track your expenses. Almost every financial plan starts with this most dreaded task. Unfortunately, without understanding where your money goes, it's nearly impossible to make different choices about how to spend. The good news is that there are plenty of software programs to help you out, or you can use a plain old … [Read more...]

MONEY 101, managing and spending tips to teach your children

There are few lessons that we need to pass onto our children that are more valuable and more essential than teaching them the necessity of managing money properly and spending wisely. Here are 10 tips to help kids learn those skills. Establish the Difference Between “Need” and “Want” – Modern marketing directed at kids vigorously blurs the line between needs and wants, making it difficult for children to understand the concept. One of the first steps to successfully teaching children how to … [Read more...]

6 Spiritual Steps to Manage Stress – WOMEN in RECOVERY

  A Celebration of Women has found and wants to share with YOU a wonderful book that offers a great insight into human nature, outlining steps to handling the challenges that life can toss at you while in recovery, including spiritual techniques to manage perception of self and 12 universal practices that can be used in your own life day to day.     Yes, Women of our World, YOU can Rise Above It All!   Of all the things that people have in common around the world, … [Read more...]

Parents ~ Tips for Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Your Kids

Few things tug at a parent’s heartstrings like the cries and pleas of a child in the throes of a separation anxiety attack; still, they are a normal (if distressing) part of childhood development. With proper coping strategies and plenty of love, the worst of your child’s anxieties can be managed until he’s older, at which point most children tend to outgrow their fears of being separated from a parent or familiar adult. Managing your child’s separation anxiety and helping her to cope with … [Read more...]

Susan Winlaw – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this extreme kind heart, creative spirit and women's activist. Author, publisher, women's supporter and all round awesome woman that walks with a soft step, yet carries a big message.         WOMAN of ACTION™     Susan Winlaw       Susan Winlaw was born and raised in Southern Ontario, Canada. She went to College Avenue Secondary School and then attended the University … [Read more...]

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