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How to be Your Best Self by the End of the Pandemic?

It’s a known fact that no matter where you are in the world, more than likely you are required to spend the majority of your day in the house. Considering this fact, what type of person do you think you will be by the time the COVID-19 panic is over? Will you be fat, broke, and depressed—or will you be ...

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Online Toilet Paper Calculator – Say What?

CNN recently released a report that shared a new website that is designed to help us all determine if we are using the right amount of toilet paper. According to the report, howmuchtoiletpaper.com was created by a student who felt people needed to know how long their toilet paper stash would last. Thus far, the website is generating lots of ...

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Is Your Kid A Brat? Maybe You’re To Blame

There are tons of parents out there who truly believe that they have the best child ever! They brag to their friends about their child’s achievements, they tell other family members all about the love their child has for them, and they lie to themselves so that they can continue to turn a blind eye to the devilish ways of ...

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Holidays and Women Just Can’t Get Along

Holidays are here again, and the world is so elated…or so it seems. Everyone falls in line with a certain frenzy that includes a jolly spirit that becomes even more excited as it spends money on things people don’t need. It’s all just a ploy to satisfy a person’s need to feel important and celebrated by others…but that’s another topic ...

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Stop Trying To ‘Improve’ Your Children

How many of us complain as parents that we have a child that simply can’t measure up when it comes to playing sports, their grades, or their social skills? It’s an unfortunate truth that many of us often push our children to be better them without thinking of how it might impact their self-esteem or self-worth. We automatically assume that ...

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There’s No Such Thing as a Super Mom

There has been a tremendous burden placed on the shoulders of women who also happen to be mothers. These women are expected to maintain and excel at their careers, be an effective partner to their husbands, and manage the entire household and household budget—all while wearing makeup and keeping her body in the best of shape. If it’s true that ...

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Stop Accommodating Your Ex and Move On…

When you have been married to a man for 10 years or more, it becomes difficult to imagine a life without them. If you have children, the challenge becomes even more difficult because you both are still in constant contact. What’s amazing is that your husband has moved on with his life—maybe even found a new partner—and you’re still hanging ...

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Want your teens to have high self esteem? Turn off their social media

When it comes to feeling good about yourself, you must love who you are, appreciate your unique characteristics, and feel grateful for the personality that belongs to only you. If this is true for adults, it’s equally so for children—in particular, teenagers. Young adults are constantly attempting to find their own identity, and unfortunately, they sometimes adopt the identity of ...

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Are Immigrants Beneficial for Middle Class Moms?

There are many arguments surrounding the issue of illegal immigrants and their rights. Currently, both sides of the political spectrum argue that illegal immigrants are either draining on the US economy or that they add an economic boost that is desperately needed in America. Well, now political experts have derived that illegal immigrants are necessary for middle-class mothers to not ...

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