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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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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Impact Of Online Learning On Teens

What appeared like a smooth autopilot mode during the 2020 academic year entered sudden turbulence with the pandemic playing havoc for nearly 2 consecutive years. Children underwent a quick switch to online education to not lose track of learning. But like every unplanned event, this transition also has its after-effects showing up in students, especially teens.

Let’s look at the impacts of online learning on teens.

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Tips To Help Your Child Through Difficulties

A child’s character develops in accordance with the obstacles he has encountered…or the freedom favoring his development that he has enjoyed. Maria Montessori 

Childhood is a mixed platter of happy and sad emotions accompanied by physical stresses. Do you agree? Coping up depends on how adults or siblings support. Today though your children probably may have a bit more challenges, what’s important is how quickly you identify the difficulty your child is going through.

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6 Tips To Keep Children Safe Online

Did you know that two-thirds of parents in the US believe that parenting has become exhausting because of technology? Not just in the US, parents everywhere are coping with a struggle of a sort that was unheard of until a couple of decades ago. 

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Tips To Help Parents Communicate With Their Teen

Rewind your memory to your teenage days. Didn’t you have your first crush and the nail-biting wait for a Yes from him or her? Didn’t you also rush from home not wanting to share a word or two with your mom before going to school? How irritated were you when your dad asked you to dress up neatly before leaving home?

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Reasons Why Your Child Should Earn Monthly Allowance.

In India, we earn money as part of our festivals and celebrations. For example, In Kerala, the festival of Vishu is one where elders give children money as a token of prosperity for the coming year. This perk becomes a fair big amount by the end of the festivity to realise their desires. It could be a toy or a dress. Don’t you think it is a meaningful gesture that teaches children to wait and accumulate wealth to buy things for themselves or their loved ones? 

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