Planning a birthday party for our children could be quite stressful because we want to make it a special moment for everyone involved, especially our children right? Family members, friends, and our child’s friends (and maybe even family if you know them) should all be invited to make it an occasion worthy of how brilliant and loved your child is. A lot of parents simply decide to hold the birthday party in their home, but this can be more stressful. From answering the door constantly to invitees, to the phone ringing with people wanting to wish your child happy birthday, to preparing the party food, to making sure everyone has a drink, to unwrapping the presents and taking photos of your child, all aspects of a party at home can mean you will not enjoy the occasion as much as you had hoped.
Friday, February 3, 2017
Thursday, February 2, 2017
I know February has just begun and Valentines Day is yet to come. But what the heck, I'm already excited about summer! Finally, a time to relax and unwind with friends and family. But for us mommies, it's always a bit more stressful going traveling with kids. After all, we have to make sure they stay safe and sound during the journey. And you have to go somewhere which has everything you require to keep the kids busy. However, it doesn’t have to be stressful if you plan everything in advance. Therefore, here are some important things every mom should consider if you go traveling with kids.
Let’s shout it loud and clear: "being a mom is not the end of your professional life!" It can seem that wanting to stay at home and care for your beautiful little ones doesn’t exactly go hand in hand with pursuing a career, but there’s nothing further from the truth. While your baby sleeps, in between cooking dinner and loading the washer, pursue something you love. Many moms are looking into creative careers that they can freelance in, dictating their own working hours and clients, and negotiating their job around their childcare requirements. Here are some popular ideas for creative jobs that moms can get stuck into at home.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Time flies so fast, and as much as we wish for our children to remain little, that's not possible. So facing up to the fact that your son or daughter is finally growing up and becoming an adult can be difficult for parents. But it’s best to be armed with all the facts before you help them pack their bags and send them off to college. Sororities and fraternities are often a big part of college life for many students. Many parents, however, know little or nothing about Greek life and what it means for students. This guide will change all that.
Effects on Studies and Academic Focus
When your son or daughter is part of a sorority or fraternity, it can have an effect on their studies. Many parents assume that this impact is a negative one. And if students get too distracted by the social aspects of Greek life, that can be the case. But for most students, the impact they have on their academic focus can be hugely positive. Mentoring and academic activities are actually very common.
The Social Aspect
One of the biggest things that appeal to students is the social aspect of being part of a sorority or fraternity. This is something that allows them to make friends at college quickly. And these friendships often turn out to be lifelong. There is a brotherly or sisterly bond between people who are part of the same chapter, so it’s important to many students. Without this, they can find it more difficult to fit in at college.
The festivities are now over, and by now, most people are working on their #BalikAlindog Project or starting on their healthy lifestyles. It’s the time to focus on fitness and wellness. Why not? It's already February, time to get in shape for the Valentines Day, right?
Now, I have a recent discovery to share with you that you can add on your healthy lifestyle- the Gerolsteiner Sparkling Water. It does more than just hydrating and refueling your body. Add this refreshing aid that will help you fight off the bloat, constipation, and may even improve indigestion.
Being a mom is one of the busiest job there is, we are masters of multitasking and we wear many hats at once. And, when we get busy with our kids, the last thing on our mind is sorting out our home., right? After all, we struggle to find any time in the day to ensure it looks great. And after the kids have been playing during the day, it can look like a disaster zone! However, our humble abode doesn’t have to look shabby when you have kids. In fact, here are some ways to ensure it looks fabulous, even when you are a busy mom.
|Since it's the LOVE Month, here's my most favorite Prenup photo of ours|
It's the first of February and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so if you’re planning on treating your partner or getting away this year it’s time to put plans into action! When life is busy and chaotic, a mini break with the one you love is just what the doctor ordered- a chance to relax and unwind and spend quality time together. Here are some things to think about when you’re planning your break.