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How to Pick the Perfect Mattress for Your Child

| October 5, 2017 | 8 Comments
How to Pick the Perfect Mattress for Your Child

    How to Pick the Perfect Mattress for Your Child Being a parent is probably the hardest job in the world. You will try anything to make sure that your child is happy and safe. However, it can sometimes be difficult to know what that thing is that they need. This is often the […]

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Best Careers if You Love Working with Children

| May 23, 2017 | 6 Comments
Best Careers if You Love Working with Children

  Best Careers if You Love Working with Children     If you were the kid who loved babysitting, tutoring or working as a camp counselor in high school, you may have a calling to work with kids. As you may already know, working with kids is not for the faint of heart. Not everyone […]

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Quick Tips Before Choosing Your Child’s Next Set of Toys

| November 14, 2016 | 6 Comments
Quick Tips Before Choosing Your Child’s Next Set of Toys

Quick Tips Before Choosing Your Child’s Next Set of Toys     Many parents often seem to forget what kid’s educational toys are for, only buying as little as possible for their children or even relying on tablets to do the job. Playing is actually the “work” of childhood – it’s their way of acquiring […]

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The Teeter Totter of Life – The New Paradigm to “Work/Life Balance”

| August 9, 2016 | 2 Comments
The Teeter Totter of Life – The New Paradigm to “Work/Life Balance”

Do you ever feel the pressure to “do it all?” Like you should be in two places at one time – be with your kids and be at the office? Hang out with your friends or take a yoga class? Trying to balance work and life can create tremendous amounts of stress, anxiety and pressure […]

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If Your Child Is Showing Symptoms of ADHD, There Is Help Out There!

| July 5, 2016 | 4 Comments
If Your Child Is Showing Symptoms of ADHD, There Is Help Out There!

ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders related to children. It is often initially diagnosed in childhood but can also last into adulthood. In general, a child should not be diagnosed with ADHD unless the core symptoms associated with the disorder reveal themselves early in life (usually before the […]

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Motherhood

| May 11, 2016 | 6 Comments
Motherhood

  I Have A Firm Belief… I wanted to share my thoughts with you on motherhood. My belief is that mothers deserve to own their health, to put their health above all others so they can actually love with all their vitality. Mothers leave the biggest contribution to legacy on this planet. During my childhood, […]

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PANDAS : My Son’s Healing Journey – Part II

| April 4, 2016 | 8 Comments
PANDAS : My Son’s Healing Journey – Part II

  PANDAS : My Son’s Healing Journey – Part II In my last article, I shared with you a very personal story regarding my son’s health. He was diagnosed with PANDAS, which is a temporary problem caused by inflammation in the basal ganglia of the brain.  This inflammation is triggered by an infection, such as […]

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PANDAS: My Son’s Healing Journey

| February 8, 2016 | 6 Comments
PANDAS:  My Son’s Healing Journey

The story I am about to share with you is a very personal one, since it is about my eldest son’s long journey towards well-being.  As a mother who spent years trying to figure out how to help her child, my intention is to help, guide and maybe even inspire other parents who are currently going through a difficult time regarding their […]

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Dear Santa Printable Letter

| November 30, 2015 | 8 Comments
Dear Santa Printable Letter

How adorable is this printable letter that you can give your child to write to Santa! Postal elves are busy helping Santa reply to each and every letter they receive in the North Pole. Santa answers letters in more than 30 languages, including Braille!     Canada Post has 3 simple rules when sending a […]

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“But Why? Ya, But Why? Ya, But Why?”

| November 17, 2015 | 7 Comments
“But Why? Ya, But Why? Ya, But Why?”

There comes a point in every parents life where they are asked questions by their children that they may or may not have the answers to. Once children are at an age where they communicate with words, kids begin to ask many, many, many, many, many questions – sometimes to the point of exhaustion for parents! […]

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Tips for a Lifetime of Reliable Eyesight for Your Family and Love Your Eyes Contest #EyeLove

| September 8, 2014 | 8 Comments
Tips for a Lifetime of Reliable Eyesight for Your Family and Love Your Eyes Contest #EyeLove

Do we take our eyes for granted? Some days, I certainly do, especially when I am on my laptop working for hours non-stop! Did you know that eyesight requires at least half of the brain to get involved every waking hour of the day? And, out of all the muscles in our body, the ones […]

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