Self Improvement Do’s and Don’ts

In life, there are no guarantees; just when you think you’ve got it all sorted out, life decides to play tricks on you, challenge you and surprise you so much so you think you won’t make it (this time around). But you do. And that’s fine – this life-imposed rollercoaster of emotion, chances, strengths and weaknesses is perfect for testing our personal limits and boundaries, always giving us the chance to self-reflect and build something quality out of every failure. And, if we’re smart enough, we learn from it. Self improvement is a never-ending job one must diligently focus on – not as a chore, rather, as a pathway to happiness and progress.

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How to Boost Confidence and Self-Esteem in Your Teenager


Teenagers are often faced with some tough issues and that includes things like their personal appearance, who their friends are and how well they do in school. As parents, we want our children to feel good about their self-worth. When they feel good about who they are, it helps them achieve success in their lives. Here are some ways that you can help boost confidence and self-esteem in your teenager.
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Here Are 5 Crucial Ways How Music Governs Your Behavior

Guest post contributed by David Milsont  

You listen to music without knowing that it provides any sort of benefits to you. Whenever you do your routine activities, you love playing music at the backdrop, because it plays a great role in making you cheerful and content. You might not know what sort of technical benefits are provided by music, but when you try to focus on some task you definitely have a strong urge of listening to a particular type of song so that you can easily finish your work. That generally happens because, different types of music affect our brain differently and in some cases, it starts responding accordingly.
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Do You Know How Clean the Air is in Your Home?


Most of us worry about outdoor air pollutants like smog, but how many of us think about the air quality in our homes? Indoor air quality can be up to five times more polluted than that air outside. There are numerous chemicals inside your home that can pollute the air, so it is important you know what they are so you can improve indoor air quality. There are some signs you should look for that may indicate you have poor air quality in your home.
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Making The Best Of Road Trips With Your Children – Travel Tips

“Are we there yet?” Have you ever heard that?  I can say yes, a million times over! 

Technology and toys can silence backseat conversations, and that is okay some days. However, spending quality time together in the car during a road trip can be a great opportunity for making memories while bonding and learning. Here are some ideas that are sure to make the time fly by:

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3 Ways to Give Small Space Big Impact: Christmas Edition #Minimalism

Guest post contributed by Elise Morgan

Dealing with a small space for your festive spirit during this holiday season doesn’t have to be stressful and less jolly. With adequate décor, strategically placed details and minimalist approach you can truly make your place shine without looking like a cluttered mess. It’s important that you analyze the space you have and pinpoint all the openings in the process that would allow for some Christmas décor. If you’re still unsure on how to go about giving your space that touch of festivity, keep on reading.
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