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Things to think about if your marriage is splitting up

Unfortunately, a high percentage of marriages end up with divorce in the UK and this number continues to rise. With this, come a lot of complications, anxiety, and potential financial concerns. Getting married is a big choice in life and usually someone happiest day, making the call to split up is just a big a choice, especially if there are children involved. This however can also be a choice that relieves a lot of stress and better for … [Read more...]

Security Considerations When Choosing Your Child’s Next School

Schools are now more at risk than ever before. Recent events have witnessed an increase in violence that specifically targets schools, school staff, and students of all ages Assault, antisocial behavior, arson, and vandalism have pervaded school systems placing property and lives at risk. Schools are challenged and tasked with safeguarding students and staff from fights, bullying, theft, classroom disorder, break-ins, knife crimes, weapons, … [Read more...]

How To Amp Up Your Family’s Sushi Game

If you've never tried sushi because the idea of raw fish bothers you, it's time to check your facts. There are many types of western sushi that include cooked fish, and many others that include no meat at all. The more you educate yourself about the different types of sushi available, the more likely you’ll be able to incorporate this age-old dining experience onto your family’s diner table.  Maki  The most common form of sushi that many of … [Read more...]

The Importance of Mental Health in Schools

Today's youth are on track to be the first generation of children who, by age 18, will have a shorter life expectancy than their parents.  The primary cause for this startling statistic is our children's unprecedented levels of stress.   Although it is often hard to pinpoint the precise reasons for the increased stress, statistics suggest that the rise of mental health problems in children and adolescents can be directly linked to the … [Read more...]

What You Should Know Before Your Next Job Interview

A job interview can make you nervous, unsure, and stressed. With all of the time we spend looking for work and the limited number of opportunities that are a good fit for us, we must be prepared for the job interview. Many candidates are unsure how to handle a job interview situation. The stress prevents them from using the skills and knowledge they brought with them. But keep in mind that if you got the job interview, you caught the … [Read more...]

Top Tips to Help You Quit Smoking as a Parent

It can be extremely difficult to quit smoking, but as a parent, it is a great idea to stop. This will ensure you are a good role model to your children and can better help them overcome the peer pressure they will inevitably receive at school and deter them from smoking. More often than not, children are more likely to pick up smoking when they have friends or family around them that smoke.  Image credit If you can quit smoking, you will … [Read more...]

How To Make the Most Out of Your Electric Scooter

Have you just bought yourself your own electric scooter but want to know how to look after it so it can last as long as possible? Do you want to know how you can make the most out of your brand-new electric scooter?  Electric scooters, while not a new invention, have become increasingly popular in recent years. This is likely because they are more sustainable and affordable transportation than cars or motorcycles.   If you are … [Read more...]

Woman’s Nutritional Guide: 6 Health Benefits of Consuming Multivitamins Daily

We have always been told by health experts to meet our nutritional needs by eating a balanced diet. Well, yes of course, there’s 100 percent truth in the saying that we are what we eat.   Unfortunately, nutritional gaps can still exist even if your diet consists of fruits, veggies, grains, protein, fibers, legumes, etc.   So how do you ensure that you are not depriving your body of it’s daily vitamins and minerals requirements? … [Read more...]

Bulimia in Teens

Bulimia is defined as an eating disorder involving uncontrolled episodes of overeating also called bingeing. Bingeing means consuming larger amount of food than one would normally consume in a relatively short span of time. The patient often feels powerless to stop these recurrent episodes of binge eating. Purging is what comes next, when the patient tries to lose the weight unnaturally through vomiting, consecutive fasting, abnormal use of … [Read more...]

How to Use Knee Sleeve for First Aid on Knee Injuries

When you’re injured, the last thing you want to worry about is figuring out how to pay for first aid. Fortunately, it’s possible to find quality medical supplies without breaking the bank with this product review of knee supports a must-have product when you or someone you know gets injured while playing sports or working out. You can find these affordable knee supports at Thermoskin.    What to know before aiding your injure  To provide … [Read more...]