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Activities Everyone Can Do at Home to Be Healthier

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced everyone to stay at home and only go out when it is necessary. It has disrupted our daily lives. Schools have been shut down. More people have been working from home. Nursing homes have become coronavirus hot spots, and some authorities have advised to pull out residents from these homes.

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Making Bath Time More Fun (And Safer) For Young Kids

When it comes to bath time, children can either love it or hate it, depending on their age and stage. Some kids like to splash around the tub and play in the shower, while others view it as the worst part of their day. However, no matter how your child views bath time in your home, parents

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Into the Unknown: How to Prepare Your Child for Studying Abroad

Whether you’re moving to a new country or your child’s program requires them to do it, studying abroad is both exciting and challenging for your kid. It has a variety of benefits. It helps your kid broaden their perspective by experiencing vastly different cultures. They get to make connections that could help their future career.

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Child Development Milestones To Look Forward To

Although children grow up at their own pace and at different rates, there are certain steps in their development that they must all take to ensure that they’re developing correctly. As babies get older, there are certain cognitive and motor skills they should already have picked up at a specific point in their life. These developmental

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Optimizing Your Home for Work-from-home and Online Learning Setups

The government might have lifted quarantine restrictions and economies are opening up, but these don’t mean families can now frolic on the beach. Parents are still working from home. Their children are still learning virtually. It’s not the sort of an ideal family setup we usually see when school starts. In pre-pandemic times, parents should

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A Music Room for Your Home: A Nice Improvement

When you’re thinking of a home upgrade, you often don’t think about a dedicated music room for your humble house. But you don’t need a mansion to build yourself a room where you can appreciate and practice music. Imagine a place where you can completely experience music—no need to worry about how loud it is

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Essential Design Principles for Senior Living Spaces

Most interior designers and engineers that draft house plans will follow key design philosophies, especially when designing for a particular age group. For instance, creating a new budding family home will need a conducive environment for children playing. For elderly individuals, most home designs are built around comfort and convenience. Still, safety and function should

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Why Should You Nurture the Musical Talents in Your Children?

You probably know all about how letting babies listen to Mozart makes them smarter. Although this theory is not only inaccurate but also dead wrong, music undoubtedly affects the mind. Listening to music can affect your mood and behavior, like when listening to a particular song, makes you happy. But the real benefits come from

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A Guide to the Basic Concepts of OCD

Before discussing what it is, let us first dispel a common misconception that neat freaks and extremely organized people have about obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Think of it this way. Saying “I’m so OCD” because you are fond of cleaning is like saying “I’m so diabetes” because you have a sweet tooth. It sounds unusual, but

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