Each person approaches the morning in a unique way. Some people get out of bed eager to begin their day. Some people prefer to start their days slowly. Whatever your preferred morning routine, there are things you can do to make sure your day starts off well.
As a parent, there’s nothing more important to you than your child’s happiness and well-being. You want them to succeed in life, and you’ll do whatever it takes to help them get there. One of the most important milestones in any young person’s life is their prom night – a time when they can celebrate their accomplishments and look forward to their bright future. As a parent, you can play a big role in helping your daughter get ready for prom night and making it an even better experience by doing just a few simple but key things.
As a parent, you are probably more than familiar with the stress and all its negative effects. However, stress is not something that only affects adults; children experience it too and the truth is that it can affect them even more acutely. Since they are not as experienced, they might not know how to deal with the tension. This is why you need to watch out for any signs of stress and help your children cope with it, as well as teach them how to handle stress on their own. Here are a few useful tips.
Facing the winter blues? Try hygge! Photo by Kira auf der Heide on Unsplash Winter can be full of short days, long hours spent inside and dealing with cabin fever. One way to combat the downfalls of the season is embracing hygge, the Danish practice of transforming your home into a cozy space for rest and relaxation. Pronounced […]
Raising a happy child – 6 things that every parent should know. Photo by Singkham from Pexels It’s only normal for every parent to want their child to be happy and healthy. However, two in three parents will tell you that they are extremely concerned about the wellbeing of their children, and this feeling of fear knows neither […]
Happiness is important to everyone. For me as well, since my happiness affects my whole family. But what if it’s missing, and how is it possible to find it? I don’t like clichés, but there are some that have reasonable things behind them. For example, that a balanced family life requires parents who are in […]
What your youngsters can teach you about life? Even though it doesn’t seem so, children know many things about life that most grownups have forgotten. Children usually have much more confidence, courage and appreciation for life than adults do, so what can we do to go back to that frame of mind? Here are just […]
No matter how much I love my children, there are moments where I would happily resign my position as a mother. There are two standpoints in connection with motherhood. One is the sugarcoated, fairy tale-like falsehood that the media propagates to the world (according to this viewpoint it is not acceptable to give voice to any negative […]