Ways to Make Vacation With Kids Memorable

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.”

       Jawaharlal Nehru

When does someone get bitten by the travel bug? When monotony sets in and frequent outbursts of frustration build up within the family or work, all one can think of is a getaway. A vacation is a means to freshen up, energize and rejuvenate, and off-late people look forward to it. 

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How To Thrive In A Multigenerational Home

‘Multigenerational Living’ is a term for multiple generations in a family living together. Do we all know how to manage three or four generations under one roof? The answer could be a big ‘NO’ or ‘Yeah, some minor hiccups are there, but managing to get along’. 

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5 Ways How Fathers Can Help Their Partner Around the House

In an era where the world discusses women’s empowerment and equality, how exciting would it be to have parents share responsibilities at home? Justification may sound like this. “ If women can manage household chores and go to the office for work, what would be wrong if men do the same? Keeping gender biases aside, getting a helping hand from their spouse would mean acceptance, consideration, and care for most women counterparts. Fathers can help their partners around the house in many ways. Let’s see how.

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6 ways to Boost Your Immune System During Cold and Flu Season.

Do you remember the last time you consciously went on a healthy diet to build your immune system? Do you pack oranges and apples in your snack box? Are you someone who drinks homemade gruel to soothe your tummy or even as a measure to detoxify your immune system?

 These granny tips are familiar to us, but how often do we really apply them to strengthen ourselves? It’s significant as we consume adulterated food almost every day and don’t have a choice but to adhere to ways to boost our immune system, not just during the cold and flu season but at all times. Let’s read on to find out how.

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How to Survive the First Week of Kindergarten

Children mean the world to mothers from the moment they are born. They become the most integral part of the family, and how quickly they become kindergarten-ready is never known. Then one fine day, when you pack your little big babies to their new world of teachers, friends, nannies, and books, it hits you hard. 

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Ways to Keep Your Cool When Traveling with Kids

Who wouldn’t love a trip with the family to detour from the mundane routine of busy work life? Traveling with children can be full of twists and turns if you forget to wear your thinking hats while planning and packing. 

It’s a matter of going a step ahead to expect the unexpected. Instead of traveling to a hill station without a nasal drop, have one in your handbag as a precaution. Remember that slowing down a bit is the mantra to enjoy every moment. Here are some ways to stay calm when traveling with kids while inventing your own ways too.

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6 Tips To Help Children Improve Their Concentration

How often have you felt that life has become more of puppetry today? Will you think before you mechanically dance to the tune of the notifications that appear on your smart gadgets? Work, family, or social, our lives have a quiet intruder- DISTRACTION. Troll videos, shorts, reels, friendly messages, memes, ads, office mails, and even breaking news are the nicknames given to the distractions.

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When Should Your Child Get A Mobile

In a world that revolves around gadgets, deciding whether or not to give your child a mobile for personal use could be an ordeal. Heated debates between parents with varied perspectives on the use and usefulness of the device at a young age have not been conclusive enough to make a choice for children.

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5 Best Ways To Adjust When Children Move Out.

To raise a child who’s comfortable enough to leave you means you’ve done your job. They are not ours to keep, but to teach how to soar on their own.

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Parents bring up children, and they bring up their own hopes along- hopes and dreams of children growing up to be responsible individuals. But what remains unforeseen is their flight from the nest they grew up in. 

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7 Tips to Combat Parental Burnout

When we were young, our upbringing looked more like a single person’s responsibility. As men folk earned for the family, our mothers managed home chores and looked after the family(sometimes huge and without complaints). Did we even know if our mothers had bad days, mood swings, or exhaustion? It was rather a mom’s burnout that went unnoticed most of the time.

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