• Does Technology Rule Your Life?

    Lets say tomorrow you had to live without technology. Could you do it? It was only about 15 years ago that people were starting to use cell phones and ipods regularly. Now you walk down the street and you see five year olds who have an iphone. I remember kids playing hopscotch and capture the […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 2 Years ago
    • 587 Views
  • 2 Child-Centered Alternatives to Traditional School Models

    According to Nikhil Goyal, an author and speaker who serves on the board of Fair Test (an organization which works to end the misuses and flaws of standardized testing and to ensure that evaluation of students, teachers and schools is fair, open, valid and educationally beneficial), American schools are failing their students because “…they are […]
  • Five great tools for a successful relationship

    Relationships are some of life’s toughest tasks. They require a huge amount of work, dedication and understanding. It may be sibling relationship, friendship or marriage but the foundations and principle to keep them healthy are more or less the same. Sometimes after hard work and your best efforts they don’t work out, you may outgrow […]
    • by Kayiba Mpoyi
    • 3 Years ago
    • 421 Views
  • 4 Ways to Solve the “If I have to tell you one more time…” Epidemic

    “If I have to tell you one more time to put your smelly football socks actually IN the laundry basket…” you hear yourself say for the 3,871st time this season. You’re more tired of hearing yourself say it than your kid is hearing it, but what’s a parent to do when you just can’t get […]
  • 3 Easy Ways to Rebuild Relationships

    In a world so connected by technology and social media, to be “disconnected” seems almost impossible these days. Or does it? Have you taken time out recently to inventory your closest relationships? Are you so connected to your virtual “friends” perhaps even distant family that you’ve lost contact with those who share space with you […]
  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Starting Your Next Relationship

    Starting a new relationship can be risky business. When you aren’t romantically involved and you are looking to meet someone you might be inclined to act in ways that you would otherwise think are less than rational. It is easy to get caught up in what we think is expected of us or how we […]
  • 4 Gentle Ways to Reverse Being Judgmental

    It starts the second you meet someone…or more to the point the moment you lay eyes on them. You instantly make determinations about who that person is, what kind of attitude they’ll have and how their entire family must behave based solely on the appearance of this new acquaintance. You’ve been noticing more and more […]
  • 4 Ways to Honor Your Closest Relationships

    How many times have you found yourself in the same room as the person you’ve been living with for months — or years even — and felt like the two of you were complete strangers? Regardless of the dynamic of this relationship, whether it be husband and wife, parent and child or simply roommates, sadly […]
  • 5 Things That Are More Important Than Your Job

    Let’s be honest. We have such a large number of work priorities that we really disregard life’s true needs and we easily become mixed up in the quest for profiting, and it is an endless loop. As we make more money, our thirst raises to earn more cash, and so on and so forth. When […]
  • 6 Fun Ways to Surprise Your Boyfriend/Husband

    Hi ladies. Looking to surprise your beloved spouse this coming holiday? Just because men have won the reputation for being rather placid about gifts, clothing, décor and everything in between, they are human and any reasonable person will always appreciate when you do something for them because deep down we all know it’s really the […]
    • by Kayiba Mpoyi
    • 3 Years ago
    • 449 Views
  • How to Truly Connect with People and Improve Your Communication

    Whether it’s an old friend, a new acquaintance or a business partner, we all desire to connect with others and communicate effectively with them. However, for many of us, it’s not that easy to connect with people. We often find we can only really connect with those who share similar views as we do. This […]
  • 5 Healthy Ways to Deal with Teens and Parties

    You dealt with it yourself as a teenager, and now you stand face-to-face with the one issue you’d been hoping to avoid with your own children — drinking. Until now all the parties your kids went to seemed innocent enough, but rumors of drinking at your teens’ events have been trickling into your reality. You’re […]
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