10 Ways to Help Prep for the Second half of 2021-2022 School Year

Here we go again! Like last year it sounds like the only thing that will be consistent this second half of the semester will be the inconsistency. Some schools and school districts will be starting off the second half of the school year in-person,  while others are going on a school-by-school Covid count basis (this whole thing is rather confusing still, are we to watch the news in the morning and see what schools are closed, kinda like we do for snow days?), etc.  No matter where your kiddos fall, in-person, remote, etc. since the schools are having a difficult time trying to figure out structure and consistency us parents need to take charge!! We need to take the reins for the sake of the kids. We need to help our kiddos feel like they have a bit of control over their lives by providing them the consistency they need through daily routines and weekly schedules. 

How?……..

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Boss Mom: Biggest Reasons Why Product Packaging Matters

For many mothers, there comes a time when a business idea sneaks into your head. Weighing the pros and cons of this move, you decide it’s time to start a small business. After planning, budgeting, and consulting, you finally establish your business’s name and objective. 

While it may seem that you’ve covered the most challenging part of your start-up, you’ve only reached the tip of the iceberg. With building your brand now your primary focus, you’ll want to discover the ins and outs of product packaging and the biggest reasons it matters. 

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Why You Should Include Honey in Dog Treats

When you bake fresh, homemade treats for your pup, you want to be confident that the recipes and ingredients you’re using are the best for your dog. While it’s common for most treat recipes to include peanut butter, sweet potato, and apple sauce in their recipes, there is one secret ingredient that you could be missing out on—honey!

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Helping Your Children Return To School After The Holidays

Some children will be eagerly awaiting the return to the classroom after the Christmas holidays but for others, this period can be filled with anxiety and stress as they head back into the daily routine of school runs, classrooms, and homework. This worry can be accentuated by the pandemic and the uncertainty around how the schools will be operating, staff absences, and potential school closures. If you notice your child struggling with the return to school here are some ways in which you might be able to ease the process for them. 

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OTHER WORLD Perfect Tween & Teen Experience

Bowling, roller skating, see a movie, arcade, get coffee, make soap, make candles, go to the art museum, science museum, ANY museum? One can practically exhaust ALL ideas when it comes to things that tweens and teens might enjoy doing. And often the resounding response to each suggestion is, “ehh” or “meh”. Teaching a cat how to high dive is an easier achievement than getting a teen or tween excited about doing something you suggest! Which was why I wasn’t too surprised when the resistance was strong when I mentioned going to another art immersion experience. But this art immersion experience was unlike any other, this one was from an OTHER WORLD!

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