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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How to Fight the Signs of Aging for Busy Moms

Being a busy mom can quickly push self-care to the back burner. Who has time for a lengthy skin care routine anyway? It can be hard to figure out the best products to use, not to mention the routine you should practice. However, it’s important that you find the time to adequately care for yourself and your skin each and every day. Taking good care of yourself doesn’t have to take up a lot of time, nor does it have to be expensive. Follow these tips to combat aging and make it seem like you haven’t been sleep-deprived since you gave birth!

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Fun Way to Celebrate New Year’s Eve 2021!

Online learning, hybrid learning, financial abuse, new job, death of loved ones, loss of friendships, divorce, etc. no matter what you’ve been through this year there is hope, it’s almost over! And if 2021 was a magnificent year for you and you saw growth in yourself, your work, with relationships, etc. then this is a year you want to celebrate. Either way, if you’re celebrating the fact that this year is finally over, or, unfortunately coming to an end, a celebration is in order! How are we celebrating? We’re throwing a mini New Year’s Eve party. I’ve put together fun Countdown Bags full of goodies to help Countdown each hour until the New Year (FYI, or half hour…depending on age of your kiddos 😉).

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