Category: Guest Posts

Fantastic Ideas For Playful Parenting

Fantastic Ideas For Playful Parenting

Fantastic Ideas For More Playful Parenting   Being a parent is tough. You are suddenly drowned in the responsibilities of work, home and caring for your child. It’s easy for new parents to become tired, stressed and worn out, because you hardly find time for yourself anymore, let alone play with your child. But the play is vital for a child’s development because that’s how children learn about the world around them. It also helps them develop physically and emotionally. That’s why you should spend as much time as you can to play with your child, which not only strengthens […]

Posted May 22, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, Parenting, / 0 Comments
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Are Bath Bombs Safe? Read these Important Facts Before Your Next Spa Day

Are Bath Bombs Safe? Read these Important Facts Before Your Next Spa Day

  Bath bombs are beautiful, but are they safe? It’s proven that spending at least 20 minutes in a warm bath can eliminate stress, so it’s no surprise that most women choose to take a bath when it’s time to wind down after a long day. From dropping in one of your favorite fizzies or delicious smelling bath bombs, to soaking in soothing bath oils while being engulfed by the mounds of pillowy bubbles, your bathtime options have become endless. But before you take your next bath, I suggest doing some research about the products you’re using.   That psychedelic […]

Posted May 15, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, Health, / 0 Comments
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How To Manage Your Child’s Fever

How To Manage Your Child’s Fever

How To Manage Your Child’s Fever: Things To Do   You wake up one day seeing your child down, looking soggy and tired. It’s all too familiar with most parents – they raised their hands to check the temperature of their child. Most adults dread seeing their kid down with the flu, but what do you think they can do? Normally, when parents suspected their child with a fever, they’ll have that little panic attack for being unsure on what to do. Here’s how to manage your child’s fever and a little more on about it. What causes your child’s […]

Posted May 8, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, Health, Parenting, TopPosts, / 0 Comments
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How to Handle Child Care When You Work from Home

How to Handle Child Care When You Work from Home

  Child Care When You Work from Home I am a working Mom of two kids, ages 13 and 3. I have my own consulting business and work remotely, mostly from home. I live a very blended life with almost no boundaries. I work and play every day. I typically work half my work day during the day and the other half at night.   Since I do half my work at night when the kids are asleep, I don’t need full-time care.  I use a combination of college nannies, a childproof playroom and a Pack n’ Play stocked with […]

Posted May 1, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, Parenting, Working Mom, / 2 Comments
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Why I’m Happy we switched my Toddler to Daycare

Why I’m Happy we switched my Toddler to Daycare

I’m guest posting today on Baby Castan On Board about why I’m happy we switched my toddler to daycare. A brief excerpt is below, and you can read the full post there!   Before I had my baby, we decided to hire a live-in nanny to help care for him while we were at work. A secondary reason for having a live-in nanny was there would be another adult in the house while my husband was away on military duty. This arrangement worked out great for some time, but when my son was almost two, our nanny suddenly quit on […]

Posted April 30, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, Parenting, Working Mom, / 1 Comment
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Getting Children Their First Pet

Getting Children Their First Pet

  The Five “W’s” of Getting Children Their First Pet   Traditionally, when journalism is taught, instructors want their future reporters always to convey the five “W’s” found inside of any great story: “Who, What, When, Where and Why (along with an “H” for how). Getting your child their first pet also comes with answers to these important questions. As far as the “H” goes, you should always consider a shelter or rescue organization for “how” to get an animal.   WHO would be you and your family, unless you are considering going through a breeder. But remember, this choice […]

Posted April 24, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, Parenting, Pets, / 2 Comments
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Side-Hustle Series: Degrees that Appeal to Moms

Side-Hustle Series: Degrees that Appeal to Moms

Degrees that Appeal to Many Working Moms Being a working mom can be a delicate balance. Of course, technology helps make life easier all the time. For example, you can earn bachelor’s, master’s, and even doctoral degrees mostly or entirely online. Moreover, online degrees are available in many fields, so here’s a look at a few that appeal to working moms. Library Science Depending on your age, you may associate libraries with dusty books and adults severely whispering, “Shhh!” Many, if not most, libraries nowadays are modern, with robust ebook catalogs, programs that welcome community members inside, and librarians who […]

Posted April 23, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, School, Sponsored, Work, / 1 Comment
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How to Breastfeed a Teething Baby

How to Breastfeed a Teething Baby

How to Breastfeed a Teething Baby – Tips and Tricks   One of the questions some mothers ask when their babies is teething, is whether or not their little ones’ condition will interfere with their breastfeeding. The most honest answer is that it depends. Every baby has a different experience during the teething stage. Some babies experience little discomfort while others have a more difficult time enduring the swelling and painful gums. Nevertheless, when your baby starts to teethe, it could cause some breastfeeding challenges. Your little one might want to nurse more frequently because, for many babies, breastfeeding is […]

Posted April 17, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, Parenting, Sponsored, / 3 Comments
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The Best Smoked Salmon Tarts Recipe

The Best Smoked Salmon Tarts Recipe

The Best Smoked Salmon Tarts Recipe – Health, Taste, and Nutrition – All-in-One We’ve all licked our fingers over the fine taste of the salmon. We just can’t get enough of it. As tasty as it is, it is full of nutrition and health benefits, which makes it even more mouth-watering. Science has proved that fish, which is high in fat content, is a necessary element to improve our health. Salmon is rich in the omega-3 fatty acid, a healthy fat which is the main foundation of nerve tissue and brain cells. Before going into the exact nutritional value of […]

Posted April 10, 2017 by Julie in Food, Guest Posts, / 1 Comment
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7 Tips To Tame a Toddler Tantrum

7 Tips To Tame a Toddler Tantrum

How to Tame a Toddler Tantrum Toddler tantrums are scary, and sometimes there’s so much crying and screaming going on, you don’t know who’s making more noise — you or your child. It’s a whirlwind ride in which you live in fear of someone one-third your size. If you haven’t experienced a toddler tantrum yet, here’s the lowdown on what happens. Your child can be incredibly sweet and happy one moment, and in the next breath turn into a raving lunatic. The worst part is even if you see a tantrum brewing, it can be too late to contain it. […]

Posted April 3, 2017 by Julie in Guest Posts, Parenting, TopPosts, / 0 Comments
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