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Simple ways to build your child’s self confidence

Simple ways to build your child’s self confidence

Parents want the best for their children in every aspect of life. Whether that’s promoting future success, happiness at school or in the friendships they make along the way, each stage is critical for their personal development. A great way to promote this development is by helping them to discover their own confidence and self-esteem. By building this, they begin to develop methods to confidently problem solve and make informed decisions based on experiencesand knowledge gained. At each stage of their life, boosting this self-confidence is key to getting them through each aspect of their growth as a person. VIEW the POST

Five solutions that help ease chronic neck pain

Five solutions that help ease chronic neck pain

Chronic pain is something that more than 100 million Americans deal with, and more than 1.5 billion people are suffering from worldwide. It really doesn’t matter where the pain is located, it can have a debilitating effect on the person both physically and mentally affecting their personal and work life. If your problem is chronic neck pain, then you are all too aware of just how big an effect it has on your life. Here’s a look at five solutions that can help ease your chronic neck pain.VIEW the POST

Is there more emphasis on subject mastery than grades in homeschooling?

Is there more emphasis on subject mastery than grades in homeschooling?

With all the information in the news at the moment about homeschooling, I thought it was a good idea to look at the differences between the two. There was one quite obvious difference: in public school, grades are everything.  Students are ranked by them.  Their success is measured by the numbers on their tests, papers and homework.  The assumption is the higher the number, the greater the understanding.  This may not necessarily be true.  While some students really know the information on the test, for many, the grade only shows how much they memorized.  They might not actually understand the information.  For the homeschooled student, there is more emphasis on truly mastering the subject rather than the number.VIEW the POST

Family finance tips: how to lower your monthly bills

Family finance tips: how to lower your monthly bills

One of the biggest challenges when it comes to personal finance is figuring out ways to spend less money, and this challenge becomes even greater when you’ve got a family to look after. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to cut down on your monthly expenses, as even though some of the regular bills that you pay may seem small and insignificant on their own, when they’re all added up they can become a huge drain on financial resources. We’ve put together a few different ways in which you can cut your monthly expenses and have more money available for fun with your family.VIEW the POST

Social Media Use Amongst Kids – Is It Healthy?

Over the past few years, the world has been swept away with social media. As we become knowledge rich but time poor I think it’s evident that the vast majority of us are guilty of allowing it to play a key part in our day-to-day lives. This story is also becoming true for our children but is this healthy or should we start to be concerned? Do we need to protect our children or should we allow them to explore the world through their devices? Read on for a helpful guide that will help you gain a better understanding of the pros, cons and risks associated with social media use amongst children.