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Protecting Your Kids While Allowing Them to Grow

Raising honest, morally sound, hardworking, and successful children is arguably the biggest challenge all human beings will face during their lifetime. It is also the most important one. After all, what we teach younger generations will either inspire them to make the world a better place for themselves and others or do exactly the opposite.

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Hidden Dirt: The Top 3 Dirtiest Parts of Your Home

The pandemic has made the whole world pay close attention to cleanliness and sanitation. Now, maintaining a clean house and environment is the only thing that stands between us and a lethal virus. With that being said, we will go through some parts of your home which, when left unchecked, may cause serious medical risks

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Dos and Don’ts of Managing Childcare and Dog-Care Simultaneously

Many people who have just had their first baby re-home their dogs, fearing that their newborn will be unsafe in the dog’s presence. And since pet dander is a common allergen, parents are eager to get their newborn as far from any pet as possible. In addition, caring for a pet and a baby at

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Vacation Activities to Do to Be Closer to the Family

Vacations and holidays are great opportunities to strengthen your bonds with your family. However, it can be quite difficult to think of activities that will help you connect better with them. That’s why we compiled this list to help you decide. But remember, no matter what you do, as long as it’s with family; it’s

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Proper Parenting: Raising an Anti-Racist Child

Now and then, news of Asian hate crimes is spread all over social media and online news outlets. It’s a glorious reminder that racism in all shapes and sizes is still pretty much alive in urban America. And it’s not a good thing. It shows that many people feel superior over others. That’s the problem. Successful people

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Battling Childhood Insomnia: What Parents Can Do at Home

You’d think that insomnia is a problem solely for teens and adults, but children can suffer from this sleep condition, too. Insomnia is the difficulty or inability to fall and stay asleep at night, causing sufferers to miss out on the restorative benefits of good sleep. This issue may be temporary, especially when your child

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How You Can Teach Your Teenage Kids About Money

As per a survey, seventy-five percent of kids wished that their parents taught them about money. Why? Because most schools do not teach financial management, even at the high school level. This leads to many kids being clueless and lost when it comes to money. It even affects their financial management at later stages of

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Moving Forward: Shifting to Digital

2020 was one of the worst years ever for almost every aspect of life. One of the worst-hit demographic was the average American family. An average family in the United States consists of three people, at least. That group consists of the father, the mother, and the child. All of those three people are taken out of

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Harmony at Home: Living with Children who Have Grown Up

More young adults were beginning to return to their parental homes than ever before when the pandemic hit. Now, with people losing their jobs and the infrastructure of the governments of the world straining to respond to the crisis, it is even harder to find the work and support to live independently. As a parent,

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Whatever Works: A Guide to In-Demand Work After the Pandemic

There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has already done its damage to the health and economy of countries in the world. The life of health professionals is spent revolving around the protection of infected people. Leaders of countries from the top-down are scrambling for solutions to this country-wide problem. The pandemic has also affected

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