Mental Health Wellness Guide created by Sami-Aid
Dog stories always become my favorite. That’s why I have so many collections of books related dog’s tale. Positively Georgia is one of my favorite books. Liz Ferris, author of this book knows how to get inside the mind of a dog and it’s where I want to be. Though there were many similarities with other Dog’s tale book, it was different enough to be enjoyable. I loved this books and I feel a special connection to the dog in this story.
This was truly an inspiring read. This story reminds me of the dedication required to become the person, or in this case, the dog, we all are supposed to be. We must all strive to live, be positive and be confident. After all, we are called to love one another. (more…)
While swimming is a great way for adults to stay healthy and keep in shape, many overlook the number of benefits that swimming can have on children too. Not only does it help them to stay active, but it also promotes confidence, mental well-being and teaches them to work as part of a team.
Whatever the reason, the advantages of teaching your child to swim can’t be argued against. So, here are just a few of the most important reasons you should consider swimming lessons for your kids. (more…)
I’m talking today about buying things online in front of your kids. Like many women, I buy a lot of things online; clothing, books, and sunscreen. Anything I need, I see that “free shipping” sign, and my index finger is drawn like a magnet to the purchase button. But for three main reasons, I’ve decided that it’s not a good idea for my kids to see me buying all this stuff online, and here is why. The number one reason is that it’s just too tempting for them.
When they see thousands of objects within a matter of seconds, they’re so tempted, and I feel that for my kids it’s almost physically painful a notion that there is something out there they can’t have. Meanwhile, by not buying things online in front of them, I sort of avoid the inevitable complaining that, “Mommy isn’t buying X, Y or Z.” And the second reason is that then when I buy online or when anyone buys online, the whole physical exchange of money is not taking place in front of my kids. (more…)
How to deal with a son going through puberty? Because your little boy is becoming a man, and it’s confusing both of you And making it hard to breathe.
Step one, recognize the signs.
Is your son having mood swings? Does he have terrible body odor? And spend the same amount of time sleeping as you spend awake? Then, congratulations! And, I’m sorry; your son has hit puberty.
Step two, build a line of defense.
Your kid will be sweating from places he didn’t even know he had. And it’s going to smell. But don’t embarrass him. Instead, strategically plant bottles of Axe Gold around the house. Don’t even say anything about it. You’ll know for sure he’s using it because you’ll smell it all over the damn house. (more…)
I don’t know how I got to be so lazy because everyone else in my family work like the dickens. Hmm, now that I think about it, it is strange that my husband is one of the hardest working people I know, while most of his family are lazy bums. And then he turns around and marries me. Go figure.
My hard-working little sis joined the ranks of the Entrepreneurial Elite this year when she opened her own business, Snuffle Co. Oh, by the way, this new company is in addition to her more-than-full-time job and mothering three young children. Geesh! I wish I had that much energy!
You know that old saying that necessity is the mother of invention? Well, it is so true because my sister had a necessity and she is a mother who made an invention. I will lay it out for you: (more…)