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Take Time This Holiday To Give Back To Others In Need With A Chain of Betters

One of my favorite things about the holidays is that everyone seems to be in a giving spirit.  I’m not saying that we all don’t want to find ways to give back during the year, but the holidays just bring out the best in everyone.  When I started Your Life After 25 I...
Posted On 19 Nov 2015

Relocation Report: Tips for Talking to Your Children About Moving

Moving to a new area can be a disruptive experience for the whole family. Even if the move promises greater financial gains and better schools, the emotional repercussions can be experienced in different ways in each individual in the family. Preparing your children for the...
Posted On 06 Nov 2015

From Urban Life to Country Living: Helping Your Kids Make the Adjustment

If you’ve recently moved your family from the city to a more rural location, your kids are apt to suffer from culture shock. While there is a lot to love about living in the country, it’s still going to take some getting used to for your kids. The following tips can...
Posted On 30 Oct 2015

Why You Should Visit Your Grandma More Often!

Having elderly relatives, it can be kind of hard to see them as they are, rather than as the people who always seemed so active and ready to spoil you with treats and special days out when you were a kid. It can be hard to notice that as you have aged twenty or thirty years, so...
Posted On 30 Oct 2015

Pets on the Move: Managing Your Menagerie During the Relocation Process

Moving house is a stressful process that requires weeks of planning and organization to ensure the whole process runs smoothly. While you are busy packing up your old home, dealing with moving companies and handling tenancy agreements and other paperwork, it can be easy to forget...
Posted On 28 Oct 2015

Children and Water: Age by Age Swimming Safety Strategies for Parents and Caregivers

Children and water do mix, but you have to mix them in a very particular way. Here’s how to teach them how to swim, respect the waves, and how to keep them safe, always. For Children Under 1: Children under 1 year don’t need to be swimming – not in the usual sense. Rather,...
Posted On 21 Oct 2015

Preparing for Cold and Flu Season

This post is sponsored by Kleenex; all text and opinions are my own. I’ve always been susceptible to germs; if someone was sick and I went near them, I would catch it. Heck, if someone was sick and I spoke with them on the phone it seems like I caught whatever they had....
Posted On 19 Oct 2015

New Parents Survival Tips and Sam’s Club New Parent Survival Kit

This post was sponsored by Sam‘s Club, however, the text and opinions are all my own. Having a baby is shocking to our systems in so many ways. There’s the physical aspects – your body goes through a whole lot of stress giving birth and recovering, and you may...
Posted On 25 Sep 2015

It Might Look Like A Toy- Classification And Other Fun Facts About Bichon Frise Dogs

Did you know that while a Bichon Frise, especially puppies, might look like a toy dog, they’re actually not considered part of the toy group? Bichon Frise are actually considered a part of the non-sporting class of dogs, despite being so small in size. Despite many people...
Posted On 27 Aug 2015

7 Tips for Increasing Your Chances of Getting Pregnant

Some women get pregnant easily, with very little effort or time trying, and others try for years with no luck. Why is that? It’s largely a mystery, and many couples who have trouble getting pregnant spend a lot of time and money trying to learn what might be causing the...
Posted On 26 Aug 2015