Category Archives: Extended Family

Personalized Gift Ideas for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is still a month away but it’s never too early to start looking for the perfect gift for the wonderful dads in your life.  Whether it’s your Father, Husband, Son, Brother, Uncle or Friend, it’s always very special … Continue reading

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Perfect Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day

Mothers are real life superheroes.  They will give everything without asking anything in return, they will protect their kids no matter what and they will always be there when you need them.  A few days from now, it will be … Continue reading

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Tips on Hosting a Budget-Friendly Holiday Party

Holiday parties are great opportunities for family members to get together but hosting it can be stressful and costly. But with these simple tips, I can guarantee you a memorable, stress-free and budget-friendly Christmas and New Year’s Eve dinner — … Continue reading

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Communicating with Your Parents

As a daughter, I’ve had a fair share of the struggle in communicating with my parents.  Even if you have a good relationship with them, it can still be intimidating and difficult to open up at times.  You probably talk … Continue reading

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How to Cope When a Loved one is in Coma

Having a loved one in coma is a very frightening and stressful experience.  It can be physically, mentally, and emotionally draining.  I know the feeling because I have been through that.  Two years ago, my mother was rushed to the … Continue reading

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Challenges of the “Sandwich Generation”

It is physically and emotionally draining to raise a child. Now, add the idea of taking care of an aging parent. That, I can relate to. I have been taking care of my bed-ridden mother for 2 years now and … Continue reading

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