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5 Steps to Host a Virtual Dinner Party

It’s a crazy stressful time for everyone. And the best things for us, like exercising outdoors and social activities, are either highly discouraged or banned entirely. We feel alone, but we’re alone together. The data proves it. A new study found a 20 percent jump in swiping activity on dating apps in New York and California — […]

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Depression in Children and Teenagers

It’s natural for children and teenagers to feel sad or anxious at times—for example, when a grandparent dies or a best friend moves away. Typically, these feelings become less intense over time and children seem like themselves again. But if your child has been feeling sad for a over a month, if their depression deepens, […]

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Here’s What Your Child Should Know by Age 4

What a difference a year makes! Your four-year-old isn’t a toddler anymore, but a full-fledged preschooler. Like many parents, you may be wondering what developmental milestones await you and your four-year-old, particularly as you anticipate kindergarten in the not-so-distant future. Although every child develops at his or her own unique pace, here are some of the […]

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How to Downsizing yourself and with Children

Downsizing is a great way to reduce your rent, your utility bills and the amount of “stuff” you have. It’s not as hard as you think – even with children in tow. Read on for a few ideas that will help the process run a little more smoothly. Give them the “big” room Kids who […]

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New Roommate Rules During Coronavirus

Roommate Coronavirus restrictions are still in place, which means you’ve got to keep yourself safe by staying home. To maintain your sanity and make sure you and your roommates are doing your part to stay healthy and safe, you’ve got to lay down a few new rules at home. Here’s how to practice social distancing with roommates. […]

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7 Fun DIY Gifts for Mother’s Day That Kids Can Make

Day But when you’re making gifts with your kids, things don’t always turn out how you’d like them to. Here are a few DIY Mother’s Day gifts that are easy to make and will turn out great, even if the kids are the creators. 1. Marbled jewelry dish The best gifts are those that can […]

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6 Ways to Play Outside With Kids

This means that you are now “stuck” at home with your children all day. When it comes to creating a schedule that works for your family, it’s essential to make sure that you include some outdoor playtime. The question is, how do you take your kids outside to play while practicing proper social distancing? Here […]

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7 Fun Family Activities to Do During Coronavirus

Maybe the Great Outdoors is limited to your backyard, balcony or immediate neighborhood. But this is an excellent time for you and the family to get some fresh air and enjoy nature. Your yard or patio is a safe place. With precautions, and following local guidelines, your family can walk, jog and bike around the neighborhood. Sunshine lets […]

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How Do You Teach Compassion?

During the holiday season, your kids are sure to eagerly await present-unwrapping, cookie-eating, and some much-needed family time. However, the holidays also emphasize another important message: the importance of giving and the compassion that comes along with it. By the time children are 5 or 6, they often share more easily and are able to […]

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How to Prepare Babies for Their First Babysitter

Babysitter You’ve already taken the most important step by tuning in to the fact that your daughter is slow to warm up to new people. Plus, at 6 months, babies tend to cling because this is the age when they begin to differentiate between the people they know and those they don’t. If you can, […]