Exploring STEM Subjects in the Home

*Collaborative Post* As a parent, you might have spotted the word STEM appearing from time to time, without actually understanding what it really means. STEM is basically an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths; four crucial subjects with regards to your child’s education. STEM subjects provide children with a range of key life skills that they can transfer through different aspects of their life, from solving problems to thinking critically. In addition, children who have a deeper interest in {Read More}

4 Professionals Every Mum Needs in Her Life

*Collaborative Post* Mums often feel like they have the weight of the world on their shoulders. In between looking after the kids, getting their stuff ready, going to work, and looking after the home, it can start to feel like there’s simply no time left in the day to do anything for yourself. Also, it can lead to massive burnout. Everybody deserves to have some free time to relax, even when you’ve got kids. Thankfully, there are plenty of options {Read More}

The Difference Between Classroom Teaching and e-Teaching

*Collaborative Post* Covid-19 has had a huge impact on schools. Millions of kids have been stuck at home for months, with teachers forced to conduct lessons over e-learning platforms. Experts believe that the pandemic, followed by the global lockdown of schools and other learning institutions, will have caused enormous interruption to student learning, especially in low-income areas. But what alternative do teachers have? It’s still not clear whether it is safe to re-open schools in September, especially for younger year {Read More}

Budgeting for a New Car – Can You Afford to Make the Purchase Right Now?

*Collaborative Post* There is nothing worse than unexpected expenses. Even if you were expecting it at the back of your mind, there’s a good chance that if it’s a big expense, you’ve been putting it off and hoping it would happen much later than sooner. A car is a great example of just such an expense. Investing in a brand new one means there will be all-new expenses added to your budget, usually higher than you’re currently paying. So, what {Read More}

Our New Normal

We are now 12 weeks into home schooling and living life a little differently and this is the first time I’ve wanted to write about it. To be honest, everything moved so fast back in March and we were all thrust into situations I’m sure we never dreamt of! At first, if I’m being honest, I was thinking selfishly about the situation and didn’t really know what was in store for us all. Simply thinking about my own family, in {Read More}

Clean, Clear, Hair-Free Skin Is Yours With Laser

*”Article is contributed by Austin K” As women, you might have to face a lot of challenges in life. But is your body hair the hardest challenge that burdens your daily activities and kills your self-confidence gradually? Today, every woman desires to have smooth hair-free skin yet getting rid of all the unwanted hair has too many hassles. What method have you been following to find joy in running your fingers over your smooth hairless skin? Options When it comes to hair {Read More}

Night driving safety tips

*collaborative post*  With almost half of all recorded road accidents occurring in the darkened conditions of night, it’s easy to see that night driving is more dangerous than day driving. Which makes sense, on the face of things – the less you can see, the higher the chance of bumping into things (and if you have been bumped into, see car accident collision for more info). The same can be said of the higher probability of catching your little toe {Read More}

Should you buy an old home or a new home?

*collaborative Post* This is office chit-chat gold. Mainly because everyone who works in the office lives in either an old home or a new home, and everyone is eager to win the argument over whether it’s best to buy old or new. Of course, for most people, it’s a matter of what’s available and within budget at the time. But what if timing and budget were a little more, sort of, not important. What if we had all the time {Read More}

Simple ways to strengthen everyone’s immune system

*Collaborative Post* The coronavirus crisis has impacted all of us in many ways. It has made many of us pause for thought and think about changing some of our bad habits. As a result, many of us want to improve our health and that of our families. In particular to boost everyone’s immune system. Something that takes time but is relatively easy to achieve. Quit smoking as soon as possible If you still smoke, try to give it up. Numerous {Read More}

The Importance Outdoor Play for Kids

In these times where we are inside more often than not, the children are beginning to find it harder and harder to burn off their energy. Benjamin (5) is finding being stuck inside most difficult. One thing they are missing a lot, aside from actually being at school with their friends, is the play equipment. I think the children rely on play much more than we realise in their school day and after a week of home schooling, I think {Read More}