Boats A List Of Do S And Dont S

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Doesn’t the idea of a lovely three day sail in wonderful old boat sound nice? Here are a few things to think about before you sail away. 1. Do check the price. It may be possible to take an actual, fairly luxurious cruise instead of sailing on one of the oldest boats in America. 2. […]


Sportfishing Security Tips

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First of all you should check all of the tools; equipments like rod without fracture and reel should move easily and smooth, Check them carefully if they are working fine before start to enter the water. Otherwise replace them immediately. Also same for the lure and sinkers should be rust free to avoid injuries. Be […]


Herbal Tea Benefits

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When you think about what hot drinks you want to have at the morning, or for that matter, at any other time of the day, consider this: caffeine can seriously affect your health. Now it is no secret that some of the tea companies use caffeine in their products; you can of course choose those […]


An Internet Drugstore Is A Business Unit

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Opening web-pages of online drugstore, the buyer sees only what should stimulate its decision on purchase of necessary medicines: information about company, detailed information about goods, possibility to find out about drug usage. But still buyers have many questions how internet drugstores function. An internet drugstore is a business unit, therefore its owners don’t have […]


Joint Custody 10 Strategies For Co Parenting With An Uncooperative Ex

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Almost six years ago, when the father of my children and I divorced, we wholeheartedly agreed to share joint custody of our two children, who were 3 and 6 years old at that time. During our nine years of marriage, we had never argued about parenting philosophies or values. I saw no indication that parenting […]


Dating Drugs And Alcohol

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Dear Daughter, I love you so much. I wish that I could always protect you from all dangers, but I know that I can’t. You are growing up and you will have to face dangers and make some decisions on your own. However, I am always here and I can always be a pretty good […]


Create More Family Time

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If you don’t think you have enough family time, remember- creating time is a choice. I encourage you to choose wisely by following these six tips: 1. Discover the power of 15 minutes. You can find at least 15 minutes in your day to spend with your family. It might be cuddle time with your […]


Cookies And Kids

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I don’t know what it is but there are some smells that bring back fond memories and one of them is the whiff of a freshly baked cookie. I don’t have a particularly sweet tooth and can actually survive without cakes or chocolates but once I am hit by that cookie smell I am taken […]


Parenting Tips Teenage Risktaking

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“Why do teens think that it’s so okay to do things that are so risky, like driving recklessly or taking drugs or doing things that really put their lives in jeopardy?” Adolescence is really a time of so many changes. One of those is that teenagers are seeking to identify who they are as an […]


The Secrets To Improving Kids Behaviour

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Most parents at some stage are driven to distraction by one or more of their children’s annoying habits or behaviours, whether it is a toddler who continually whines, a school-aged child who leaves clothes lying around or a teenager who uses a less than pleasant vocabulary. How to affect change is a challenge for many […]


Are You Present With Your Children

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How often are you fully and completely present when you are with your children? One of the greatest gifts we can give to our children is to be fully present with them. This can often be a big challenge. When my three children were growing up, I worked full time as a counselor, wrote books, […]


No No No Living With A Two Year Old

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If your child is approaching the age of two, your life is about to change dramatically. I know, your life already has changed dramatically, but you’re about to enter a whole new level of, well, frustration and despair. Luckily, the difficulties only last for about two years………..sigh. Well, to help you out, let me give […]


Children Birthday Party Advice

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Birthday parties for children are exciting events. To make a thrilling experience for the children, we must work hard. Careful planning is essential. The younger the participants the less structure you need to worry about. The younger the kids, the more relaxed they will be. Keeping it simple is important. Kids can entertain each other […]


Teenage Risk Taking

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Adolescence is really a time of so many changes. And one of those is that teenagers are seeking to identify who they are as an individual. And a part of that process involves risk taking. So, the first thing we need to realize is that risk taking is normal at that stage. However, risk taking […]


Parenthood And Long Hair

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If they don’t cut their hair in pregnancy, many women cut their hair shorter after the baby is born. The reason, as always, is that it’s easier to deal with. If you think about it, though, long hair may not require that much extra effort when compared to short hair. You’ll spend less time getting […]


Leaving Secrets How To Create A Personal Instruction Manual For Life

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Imagine if your great, great grandfather or grandmother had left you a book with their secrets for living. Maybe it contained nuggets of wisdom, yummy recipes, favorite jokes, or just insights for how to lead a good life. Ever since people learned of my next book, Life’s Missing Instruction Manual, people are curious how to […]


Helping Your Child Deal With The Birth Of A New Sibling

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If you’re pregnant with your second child, it’s time to be thinking about how to prepare your first child to deal with “not being an only child” anymore. This can be a difficult transition for any child, and most, regardless of age, have some adjustments to make. Here are some suggestions to help your child […]