Help Your Community

We have all heard of the old saying that one hands washes the other, right? And if you have been reading my work you also already know how I preach that you have to give to get, and teach to learn. By now you may have also noticed that I have been hinting at always […]

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Grandad, What’s a Business?

Grandad, what’s a business? This is a simple question but like many simple questions the answer is a bit more complicated than you might expect. Complicated but easy to understand if you let Grandad explain. Quite simply, a business is a group of people who are joined together to sell something to bring in money, […]

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Out of Difficulties Grows Miracles

Why does this always have to happen to me? How is it even possible for our family refrigerator, dishwasher, and washing machine to all break down on the same two weeks leading up to Christmas when money is already uncomfortably tight? Yup! They did! What happened to me and my family was a case of […]

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How To Create Your Own Custom Lego Minifigure

There are many brands of interlocking bricks. Lego is one of the biggest brands and has become the household name for “Bricks”. Instead of saying, “My son loves interlocking bricks” they would say “My son loves Legos” even if the brand was off brand or unbranded. When people customize Miniature figures they may say, “Lego […]

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On Tech-Kids (Ages 3-9) Spending 2 Hours Daily on a Screen

Be a Digital Parent Today, kids under 9 spend more than 2 hours on mobiles and tablets,says a reputable recent survey online. This tendency of screen-addiction for kids between ages 3-9 shows a sharp rise in 2011-when kids of the same age group used to spend 15 minutes per day on their screens. However, with […]

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How to Counter Online Threatening Games Like Blue Whale for Teens

In today’s digital age, the online access is easy for anyone, especially teens. They are free souls. They have their privacy, mobile devices, and tablets and the freedom that any teen wants nowadays. However, with liberty, there are dangers as well. It is far comforting for them to peruse dangerous and threatening games like Blue […]

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Trepidation and Fear of Driving Unassisted

63% of the world’s population are vehicle drivers, the majority being 17-year-olds, aiming to kick off their first bid, for self-reliance. However, in recent months, these statistics have reduced due to the expensive outlay. The reason for this, overpriced car insurance, road tax, servicing and running expenses. These expenditures are set to intensify, exponentially, year […]

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The Changing Face of Parenting

As we have entered to the 21st century many things have changed, be it be technology advancement, education and even relationships and interpersonal communication. Men and women have to survive in this fast paced world and in order to do this a lot of compromises are made in the way. People want to settle down, […]

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Help Your Child Start School – Easily

When your first child starts school or pre-school, emotions can run high. For many it is often the first time that the parent and child will be apart for long periods. While, on the one hand you’ll be swelling up with pride, you might also feel guilty and worried that you are not there to […]

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