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Celebrations Of Father’s Day In A Unique Style!

It is common that children show their love and care for their mother every now and then as mother is sweet and soft hearted. But many fail to show same love for their father who has contributed equal part in giving you life and making you what you are. Only because father is...
Posted On 07 Jun 2016

Boxer Puppies And Why You Want One

Boxer Puppies and Why you Want One Puppies seem to have a magical power that makes people happy. Soft, fluffy, and adorable, puppies are able to quickly capture your heart and endear to even the most stoic and somber people. Boxers, in particular, are adorable puppies and grow...
Posted On 20 May 2016

4 Service Projects to Teach Your Kids the Gift of Giving

One of the goals of good parents is to raise their children to be responsible, caring adults. They try to use the events of the day to teach lessons about how to be respectful to themselves and to others. Children enjoy having a lot of things and may not realize that there are...
Posted On 12 May 2016

Give Your Mom Something Special This Mother’s Day Even If She’s Overseas!

I’m not sure if many of you know my cultural background but I come from a really diverse family. I was born in London England, raised in Atlanta Ga and I’m half Nigerian and half Ghanaian. It’s always a mouthful when people ask me where I’m from,...
Posted On 03 May 2016

Moving Day: Making Your Home Safe and Comfortable for the Senior Citizen in Your Life

Your mom or dad, or maybe another relative, is ready to move in with you. The problem is your home isn’t ready for them. Here’s how to make it safer and more comfortable for your new roommate. Use Night lights Inside If you want to prevent stubbed toes and falls (not to mention...
Posted On 11 Apr 2016

Search and Destroy: Training Tips for Destructive Dog Owners

Dogs are considered to be man’s best friend yet they don’t always engage in cordial behavior.  Some dogs combine lovable  moments with destructive behavior, and it’s up to the owner to observe, address, and correct the situation before it gets worse or becomes a regular habit. ...
Posted On 05 Apr 2016

How to Keep Your Kids Occupied This Spring Break

Spring Break is just around the corner. You know what that means. Your kids will be at home for a full week, unoccupied and bored, and willing to tell you about it. It stops being cute after the first few complaints. Once the number of ‘mom, I’m bored’s have hit the double...
Posted On 31 Mar 2016

How To Protect Yourself As Executor Of A Will

It is an honour to be entrusted with the responsibility of being the executor of a will, but what exactly does this duty involve? And how can you ensure that you are protected against any liability? Even the simplest of estates can have unexpected issues and problems that can...
Posted On 23 Mar 2016

Moving Details – 5 Points Every Family Should Start out With

Moving is an experience that often involves a mix of emotions from parents and children. The goal is to make the transition as smooth as possible. There are some basic starting points that can help you achieve that goal. Have the Talk It’s extremely important that your kids...
Posted On 22 Mar 2016

4 Activities That Bring the Family Together

There has never been a human being who said at the end of their life that they spent too much time with their family. People regret that they did not spend enough quality time with one another. They regret that they passed on opportunities to get together as a family unit. The...
Posted On 27 Jan 2016

Family Bonding: Reasons You Should Play More Board Games With Your Children

Want to spend more quality time with your family, but not sure how to go about doing that? Have you tried playing games? No, not head games. Board games. It’s the forgotten family night. Here’s what you need to know to make tonight the best night this week for your family. The...
Posted On 27 Jan 2016

Canine Confusion and Your Child: All About Avoiding Dog Bites and Aggression

Dogs are a man’s best friend, but sometimes when it comes to children, they can show aggression and even bite.  Most of the time, dogs won’t show aggression unless trained to do so or when provoked.  Teaching children about the right and wrong ways to approach and treat dogs...
Posted On 26 Jan 2016