Top 5 Video Games to Play with Your Kids

by Sam ' A Jolly' 'Swagman' Bird Computers and Technology, Gaming, Kids and Teens
When it's Time to Relax, Video Games can be a Time for Bonding My Son is 7 years old and like the Majority of Kids these day, they love the Technology of Video Gaming.. It's a hot Debate of Present , of the High rate of Screen time our kids are experiencing...I'm not an Expert on the matter but I am in the ideal seat to see both sides of the Picture.. As a Young Father (30), with a Son at a Crucial ...
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Power and Creation Within

by Mie Mie Wing Kee Arts and Entertainment, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
My gratification to my mum who has created me and her mum who has created, with you both, I would never exist in this world. I thank you for all the life experience and knowledge and the power to create to provide the space for each and everyone to express anything here.  You would never know until you start and the end is already created.  Thank you for all the amazing life, I am so grateful! It is funny in life ...
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Top Tips on WHY most people never achieve their goals in life.

by Jon Evans - Rachael Iris Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Investing, Self Improvement, Kids and Teens
The most common answer is most people are comfortable with the settled life. Are you? You need to change the way of thing and be different. Be you because everyone else is taken, the bulk of people, settle for average, and if you don’t stay at the same level, there will be some conflict involved. WHY Most people never achieve their goals in life, are you one? Most people will start to become jealous of the fact that you have gone after ...
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My Champion

by Jelena Ilic Self Improvement, Kids and Teens, Reference and Education
Is there a greater pleasure for teachers than a triumph of their own students? It could only be a double triumph, accomplished in two different, equally hard disciplines. However, the pleasure I am feeling at this moment has no comparison, because this time my student is also my own child. I got him when I had already achieved all of my competitive ambitions. I had never wanted to put the burden of my own expectations and desires on his shoulders. Having ...
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How To Speak With Love, Compassion and Kindness

by Jon Evans - Rachael Iris Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Health and Fitness, News and Society, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens, Reference and Education
MANTRAS TO SAY TO YOUR CHILD OR LOVED ONE  ·       Darling I’m here for you and I love you ·       Darling I know you are there, and I am so happy you are truly there ·       Darling I know you suffer and that is why I’m here for you If you suffer because of your loved one: ·       Darling I suffer. I’m trying my best to practice to let go, please help me    Oprah Winfrey and Thich Nhat Hanh   The best way to be in life ...
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This Best Teeth Whitening Products

by Paschal E Nwanaji Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, Communications, Kids and Teens, Writing and Speaking
Teeth Whitening Is Not As Hard As You Think: Try This Best Teeth Whitening Products Your smile is one of the first things that people notice when they first look at you. Because of this, you don't want to worry about discoloured teeth. There are a breadth of options for whitening your teeth. You can learn a lot from this article and how you can go about what teeth whitening methods can work for you. If your gums get sensitive after using ...
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Mindset Sunday Week#3 - 5 lessons to why Patience is a skill You Require to be successful in life.

by Glenn & Leigh Parker Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
As a child growing up, I never found myself being that impatient or at least that's what I remember. In fact, it seems to feel as if it had always been part of my DNA. So the question I have…….. Is patience acquired naturally or is it a skill that is somehow learnt over time? If we cast our minds back to a time when we had our Mums and Dads telling us "be patient", and how many times have you heard ...
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Stop met snurken en Apneu

by Roger SOSSOU Business, Relationships, Recreation and Sports, Food and Drink, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Do you suffer from a snorer next to you in bed? Or does your partner claim that you are snoring? Come here to know the sense and nonsense about snoring.  MEN  SNURKEN VAKER THAN WOMEN Where! Roughly 4 out of 10 men versus 2 out of 10 women snore. A possible theory is that fat is more easily attached to men on the neck, the chest and the abdomen. While in women, the fat is mainly on the hips. When women ...
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Stop aux Ronflements / Stop Apnée

by Roger SOSSOU Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Home and Family, Kids and Teens, Writing and Speaking
Do you suffer from a snorer next to you in bed? Or does your partner claim that you snore? Come here to know the meaning and nonsense of snoring.  MEN RUN MORE OFTEN THAN WOMEN Where! About 4 in 10 men versus 2 in 10 women snore. One possible theory is that fat attaches more easily to men at the neck, chest, and abdomen. In women, fat is mainly on the hips. When women snore, it is often necessary to change ...
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Choosing to be Grateful

by Liz Bishop Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Kids and Teens
Day 3   Attitude of Gratitude from the Heartland  For the first time this year I took our wee dog Jess for a walk. Yes, I have felt bad that she missed out while we were on holiday with family. Usually, we love to trek at sunrise  when no one is around but this morning we started off later than normal. On our walk I was happily countering the predictable attacks from the mynah birds protecting their young in the trees (even though we ...
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Father Daughter relationship must improve

by Darren McAllister Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Kids and Teens
Father Son/Daughter relationships need to improve As a father, husband, hard worker there are times when I think about the balance of life and how I can improve my relationships. With teenagers, they are moving into a world that utilises different technology than what I grew up with and can do things that I would never have dreamed. So with these things they don’t need me. So do they need me at all? YES Basic life skills aren’t available from any anyone else but ...
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Gaming Time

by Rich & Kristin Reed Gaming, Home Based Business, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Haha, who doesn’t love Gaming Time? Especially in our house these days with teenage boys, one of whom wants to be a video game designer! But Gaming Time is much more to us than just video games. Gaming Time is nothing more than just taking the time to play as a family and let go of all the stress we each carry. Every one of us from the parents to the kids has our own level of chaos that we deal ...
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How to Protect Your Family From Toxic Products

by Roger SOSSOU Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, News and Society, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Food and Drink, Home and Family, Kids and Teens, Shopping and Product Reviews
How to Protect Your Familly From Toxic Products! By Saving Up to 247,59 € per Month Thanks to 185 Simple & Natural Recipes... For the Solution Click Here
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I Don't Wanna Be A Helicopter Mom!

by Judy Wong Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Let's face it, all moms get scruitinized...it's like part of the fine print that we agreed to with the Universe/God when we got pregnant. The thing is, sometimes I feel like it was a clause written into a contract with invisible ink.  The no holidays, no minimum wage, no medical benefits, no sleep type of work that we sign up for because we simply want to love and give to another human being.  Getting criticized by both sets of grandparents is ...
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Pregnancy and Discrimination

by Maddy Lawrence Business, Home Based Business, Health and Fitness, News and Society, Communications, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
In 2015 a report by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission found that 54,000 women a year are forced out of their job because of discrimination over pregnancy. The below list isn't exhaustive but other shocking facts include the following: One in five mothers experienced harassment and negative comment 10% of mothers discouraged from taking time off for their antenatal care Denial of a pay increase and refusal of promotion Having to take lower paid work Being excluded from training Having experienced unfair treatment in the workplace ...
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I Couldn’t be a prouder Dad

by Dermot Mc Donough Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
 “I Couldn’t be a prouder Dad” “I Couldn’t be a prouder Dad” Are you a parent? I had the absolute pleasure and privilege the other day, by attending my two Sons’ Christmas pageants at school. Watching my two wee boys perform in their plays, filled me with so much pride and love for them I could have burst. Now they are only 5 and 8 years old and are still our babies, and every day I put them on the school bus, I must admit ...
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When the wheels fall off!!

by Darren McAllister Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
  When the wheel’s fall off! One Friday afternoon in September, while I was at a work seminar, on the other side of town I got a call on the cell phone that I missed from my wife. I called her back to have our sister-in-law answer the phone with her telling me to get to the children’s hospital NOW! Thinking about our family around that time (some 15 years ago now) we had just bought our new family home a couple of ...
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Quality Family Time - 5 Ways to Spend More Time with Your Family

by Phil Panossian Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
According to a study by a Californian-based destination marketing organization that was published in the New York Post, the average American family gets just 37 minutes of quality family time together each day. While time spent together as a family does increase somewhat on weekends, many families are still finding it difficult to find quality family time and get everyone on the same page at the same time – even when all immediate family members are in the same house. ...
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Spend Time-Not Money

by Dermot Mc Donough Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Hi there it's Dermot here again. As the title says, we as parents must take note. UNICEF has written a report about this subject, and an article in Secure Teen, explains this well: Reasons why parents spend less time with their kids "Spend Time Not Money" My article title covers two aspects of spending time vs money: 1. Spending time & not money in the context of raising your children. 2. Spending time & not money in the context that your children ARE your ...
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3 Survival Tips - Christmas On A Budget With Kids

by Michael and Ana Thomas Food and Drink, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
The festive season can be a busy, stressful and expensive time of year especially for those with young children. Presents from Santa, gifts for the extended family and the mountain of grocery items can easily max out a credit card if you’re not organised. Check out our 3 budget-friendly tips to get you through Christmas without breaking the bank! 1. Gifts for the kids – During the lead-up, we have discussions with our kids and teach them that for us, Christmas is ...
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