Month: March 2018

Adult Education
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How Do Impressions Make Us or Break Us: Think for Yourself

I was wasting time on Facebook yesterday and came across this. I both love and hate this. ‘I wonder how many strangers hate me because of how someone else described me to them.’ Why do we let others make our opinions for us? I’ve had this problem before. Some of my problem is because I’m […]

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Mental Illness
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Anxiety Disorders in Kids

I have suffered from anxiety for as long as I can remember. Considering I do and my husband does as well I’ve decided I want to know more about anxiety in kids. I hope to help my kids through any anxiety they may experience as they grow older. Here are some common anxiety disorders in […]

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Family Traditions
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Holidays

Easter Crafts, Activities and More

I love Easter and since having kids I’ve grown to love it even more. I’m looking forward to every year doing different fun activities and crafts with my kids. Here are some great Easter crafts, activities and more. Books Easter Books to Share as a Family Reading to your kids is so very important. Reading […]

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Holidays

History of Easter and Its Symbols

I’ve always been kind of stumped by the secular symbols that become so prominent in Christian holidays. Like where did the Bunny actually come from? I’m a big history buff. I have a Bachelors of History of Art and Visual Culture. During my time seeking my degree I learned a lot about the Christian Church […]

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26 St Patrick’s Day Activities, Crafts, and More

St Patrick’s Day is a great, fun holiday, to share with the kids. Here are  St Patrick’s Day activities to brighten your holiday. Crafts Kid Craft: St. Patrick’s Day Marshmallow Stamps This is a great craft for kids of all ages. Even little ones can do it. Marshmallow stamps to make little clovers. What a […]

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39 Life Skills Every Child Should Know Before They Turn 18

There are so many things as a parent that we are responsible for teaching our kids, life skills should be on the top of that list. It is on us when our children graduate from high school not knowing basic life skills. I’ve seen arguments a lot lately about the public-school system and things they […]

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Munchkin Click Lock Bite Proof Trainer Cup Product Review

*affiliate links* When my daughter was around 9 months old, it may have been earlier then that, our doctor told us to start training her on a sippy cup. As a first time parent there are so many decisions I cannot even express the overwhelming feeling. You have to choose bottles that are best, bottle nipples […]

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Living with Anxiety: Before and After Becoming a Mom

I’ve had anxiety since I was a child. I cannot really tell you when it started although there a few events I remember I know did not help the situation. Some of it was typical child related anxieties. I was shy but frightfully so. I’m not even sure my parents understood or understand to this day how much it physically hurt me to try to talk to people sometimes. I did not really talk about it and did not explain that much to them. It was not all the time. It did depend on the situation, but I hurt and just could not talk. Those situations included ordering food at restaurants. I usually told my dad what I wanted and had him order for me.

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