6 Tips to Make Step-parenting and Blended Family Work

According to recent statistics, 40% of the married couples with children in the US are forming blended families right now and that 1 out of every 3 Americans is either a step parent, a step child or in some way, included in a blended family. If you are a parent or step parent in a blended family, I can imagine how confusing and stressful it is sometimes.  But don’t worry because there are a number of ways to make it work. 1. Know this by heart – those children are a part of your partner.  Your Read more [...]
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The Ultimate Packing List for a Study Abroad

To study abroad is definitely an adventure of a lifetime and I can only imagine how exciting that can be. But before you can even begin this new milestone, there’s one dreadful task you need to tackle first - the packing! Packing for a holiday is already mentally and physically exhausting. How much more for a semester or more in a foreign country? If you have empty suitcases staring at you right now, don’t worry, because I’ve put together a list of what to pack for your study abroad. Documents You Read more [...]
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How to Save your Marriage with an Emotionally Immature Partner

Not everyone is mature enough to be in a relationship.  But these types of people are lucky to have partners (like you, maybe?) who are willing to spend effort to make the relationship successful. If your significant other is emotionally immature, I can’t imagine how difficult and stressful it is to deal with that kind of relationship. Sure, in the beginning, it’s easy to brush off your partner’s immaturity but in the long run, things can really get frustrating and discouraging. But Read more [...]
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5 Ways to Handle Breakup with Class

Break ups are never easy, whether you are the partner who got dumped or the one who initiated it. Either way, breaking up with class is the healthiest way to say goodbye. Although it won’t remove the pain, at least it will make the heartache a lot easier to cope up with. If you ask me how to handle breakup with class, here are my 5 helpful ways: Never “ghost.” This goes for the partner who wants to initiate the break up. “Ghosting” is a slang word used to describe the act Read more [...]
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5 Reasons to Convince You to Go on a Babymoon

If there’s honeymoon for newlyweds, there’s also babymoon for expecting couples.  Nope, it’s not the same as a baby shower.  It’s a whole different shenanigan that modern parents spend on nowadays. If you’re clueless about what this is (like how I was when I first heard this thing), it’s actually a new pre-baby trend in which soon to be moms and dads go on a mini vacation before welcoming their little one and prior to embarking on a new adventure called parenthood. It may Read more [...]
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How to have a healthy pregnancy: Essential tips to remember

How to have a healthy pregnancy: Essential tips to remember

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Cultivate Positive Parenting Skills Rapidly

Being a parent is a dynamic process because in each phase the responsibility, the role, the ideology and the methodologies change. But people get baffled, and some get too serious about parenting especially the term positive parenting bothers the humanity with unlimited questions. And everyone gets agile to discover the underlying meaning and the modality of positive parenting. And what you will discover in this article would be a little different from your ideas of positive parenting or whatever Read more [...]
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Couples who Sweat Together, Stay Together: How true is this?

Do you have a Fitness Buddy? To enjoy your life to the fullest, it is crucial that you maintain a decent body weight, have a good posture, stay in shape and eat healthily. None of this, however, can be achieved if you haven’t made exercise and healthy eating a part of your daily life. Of course, we know that exercising and being highly conscious of what you eat can be more than daunting, especially if you are doing it all by yourself. Hence, having a fitness buddy is always a good option. Read more [...]
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Holiday Toy List:  Kids’ Picks

Nothing compares to the feeling of seeing the smiles on your kids’ faces as they unwrap presents on Christmas morning.  That’s why getting your kids the perfect present is more challenging than others may think.  Just because they are kids doesn’t mean they are hard to shop for. While some children may have their wishlists, others want to keep their wishes secret because duh, Santa can read children’s minds.  Just kidding. But seriously, if you’re a parent, an uncle, a god Read more [...]
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8 Tips to Make Gift Shopping for Your S.O. Less Stressful

We all want to show our significant others how much we love them, especially during special occasions like the holidays.  Every year, we aim to give our partners gifts that will surely put a smile on their faces. So it’s completely normal to feel the pressure in finding the perfect present to give them.  But you know what?  It doesn’t always have to be that way. Shopping for your love doesn’t have to be an overwhelming and stressful task if you follow these eight tips. 1. Get Read more [...]
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