Sleep is very important for a child’s health and growth. During the early development of children, the primary activity of brain is sleeping. Sleeping is very important during those early days as it can affect the physical and mental development of children.
Sleep training is very important for babies, even though it is very challenging. Parents should be aware of the health hazards babies are…Continue
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When we were visiting friends a few weekends back in Chicago, I noticed they had a great toilet seat with a built in potty chair. The Church NextStep Toilet Seat is available at your local big box hardware store or online through Amazon and…Continue
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After speaking with a high school AP Psychology teacher at Mallard Creek High School, Mr. Bradshaw opened our eyes to: The Me Fast, Me Furious, Me First demographic of student. My Media Tutor is now tapping into the popular kinesthetic, visual and auditory learner, applying our E3 formula to the equation to stimulate learning. You can use this workshop for continuing education hours for your teachers, instructors, professors and public speakers who needs to tell a story. …Continue
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EFT or Emotional Freedom Techniques is a form of psychological acupressure. With EFT you are
tapping on various acupuncture meridian points while you focus on a negative issue you would like to change.
About 5,000 years ago, the Chinese discovered a…
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At first glance perfectionism seems like a good thing. We all want to do things well but in reality perfectionism is killing the progress in many network marketers business.
I hear it all the time. "I can't start selling the products…Continue
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We started potty training D2 over the holidays. I agonized about what method to use. Three-day bootcamp method? Gradual method? No method? Ultimately, our pediatrician gave us the best advice, wait until he is ready and you’ll know. You can’t force a child to potty train before he is ready. He’s now at the point where he can wear undies during the day and diapers at…Continue
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