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Health In Later Life: The Best Ways To Care For Aging Relatives

Aging is inevitable. Although many of us would love nothing more than to look and feel youthful for the rest of time, this simply isn’t possible. We start life entirely dependent on our parents, and for many of us, reaching the stage when roles are reversed can be a strange and...
Posted On 12 Jan 2018

Need to Move? How to Include the Entire Family When Choosing a New Home

A job offer has led you to move to a new location. Or perhaps you’re outgrowing your current home. For many reasons, families find they must move to a new home. While this can be an exciting time, it can also be frightening and frustrating. It helps if you’re able to get everyone...

3 Realities When Living With Long-Hair Pets

Pets enrich our lives beyond measure, providing a wonderful home environment and giving us the chance to share our lives with our four-legged friends. When you’re a pet owner, the love is unconditional, and you can’t imagine your life without your furry friend in it.   Of...
Posted On 18 Dec 2017

Fam Transport: How to Pick a Great Family Vehicle

Whether you’re traveling across town or across the country, when you’re traveling with your family, you want a vehicle that is safe, roomy, and has plenty of features to keep everyone entertained. What are the specific criteria you need to look for when considering your next...
Posted On 14 Dec 2017

4 Easy Ways to Comfort Children When a Loved One Dies

Whether you’re talking about a pet or loved one, death is never an easy subject for anyone to talk about. Those who are of age understand that it is a normal part of life, one in which we will all face, but for children, the experience can be both jarring and confusing. If your...
Posted On 11 Dec 2017

3 Ways To Deal With a Dysfunctional Family This Christmas

There’s nothing so strange, wonderful and weird than families. At this time of year, when the festivities put so much emphasis on that perfect family Christmas, it can be quite isolating for those of us with unconventional family set-ups to content with.   It could be...
Posted On 11 Dec 2017

Moving Away From the City? 4 Tips to Help You Assimilate Into Country Living

Moving from the city to the country can prove to be something of a shock for people who have lived in urban areas for many years. In more rural areas, life can be substantially different than it is in the rush and whirl of a big city. Here are four easy tips that will help you...

Moving Internationally? 4 Values Your Children Will Learn Abroad

The decision to move overseas is a big step, and the start of a great adventure. It will bring you closer as a family as you bond over the excitement of this shared experience. Your children will become world citizens because they can call more than one country home. Problem...

4 Reliable Cars Worth Investigating for Your Next Family Road Trip

The family road trip is a beautiful experience that you and your next of kin will surely relish. Whether it’s an SUV or sedan, your foremost concerns should be safety, performance, comfort, and reliability. Choose Nissan Check out the 2016 Nissan Pathfinder 2016. This 7-seater...
Posted On 10 Nov 2017

Make Some Precious Family Photos This Holiday Season

The holiday season is a special time of year for every parent — they get to witness so many joyful moments like when their children leave cookies for Santa, build a snowman on the front lawn and open their presents on Christmas morning. You can treasure these memories and capture...
Posted On 02 Nov 2017

How to Help an Alcoholic Relative Understand the Consequences of Their Lifestyle

An alcoholic may not necessarily be at fault for his or her addiction. However, someone who cannot control the urge to drink can damage their own lives and the lives of others. As the family member of an alcoholic, there may be steps that you can take to make that person...

Signs Your Family Will Fight Over Your Estate

After you die, you expect your loved ones to stick together and divide your real estate according to the will. This is not often the case. Sometimes your family may fail to agree on who should get what, leading to endless legal battles and personal attacks . To avoid this, you...
Posted On 23 Oct 2017

Taking Care of Aging Family Members

For many children of aging parents or relatives, those who they once depended on now need them. It’s a trend that’s growing; a younger generation caring for their elderly relatives. It doesn’t matter whether you decide to have them live with you or they decide...
Posted On 10 Oct 2017