How To Keep The Kids Entertained On A Long Car Trip

 Having a family road trip is fun and exciting. While you always look forward to seeing everyone in your family happy while you drive, unfortunately, long car rides can make your children anxious and irritable when they’ve been in the car for an extended period. If you want to keep your drive satisfying, you should consider some ways to keep your kids entertained on a long car trip.

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Life Lesson Number One: When Financial Assistance Is Offered, Take It!

For too long, too many of us human beings have been too embarrassed to ask for financial assistance or take it when it is offered, instead opting for the much more difficult task of ‘going it alone’. But, when you choose to go it alone in regards to sorting adverse financial situations out you give yourself a good chance of creating a situation for yourself that is ten times worse than the one you originally faced.

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Solving The Sleep Deprivation Dilemma

Did you know that up to 1 in 10 Americans find it difficult to sleep? If you toss and turn at night or you can’t remember the last time you woke up feeling energized and refreshed, you’re not alone. Sleepless nights affect us all from time to time, but in the long-term, sleep deprivation can have negative consequences for your health and wellbeing. If you don’t get enough sleep or you dread that familiar feeling of being wide awake in the early hours, here are some tips to help you solve your sleep deprivation dilemma.

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Getting Your Finances Back On Track The Right Way

The old saying goes ‘money doesn’t make the world go around’. However, without it you’re not going to get too far in life, especially if you’re in debt or strapped for cash. It can be difficult to manage your money, especially if you’ve never had any advice on how to spend wisely, or even if your outgoings are matching your incoming cash. Luckily, there are many ways in which you can learn to take control over your financial situation, and here’s how you can get your finances back on track the right way.

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Can I Afford To Start A Business?

Starting a business might seem like something which only wealthy people are able to do, but this actually is not the case at all. Many people who have families and a full time job start a small business from their coffee table. It is purely a case of understanding the costs of different types of business and knowing where you put skills and passions really lie.

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Things To Remember Legally If Your Doctor Made A Medical Mistake In Your Birth

Say, for instance, that you’re worried about how your doctor treated you medically in birth, and you feel that your medical service provider has negligently provided care during the birthing process. When these medical mistakes are made by a doctor who fails to perform their medical duties well, legal action can be a recourse to get compensation for the damage or loss.  Below are the things to remember legally if your doctor made a medical mistake in your birth:

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Got A Small Business Cash Crunch? Try These Cash Flow Problem Fixes Now!

Every small business at some time starts to experience a lack of available cash into its coffers, through many causes –having too many product orders to fulfill, keeping employees’ salaries in line with inflation, needing to rent more office space, even keeping disgruntled clients and customers happy by offering discounts. What is the solution to these everyday business problems? You guessed it, regular cashflow - it’s the lifeblood of any business. We are looking into how you can quickly deal with the ebb and flow of cash into your business.

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Is Your Family Oversharing On Social Networks? If So You Could Be In Danger

Social media impacts every aspect of modern life - from what we watch on television, where we shop what we buy and making new friends, to even how we vote. Eighty percent of Americans have a Facebook profile, 32 percent of whom have an Instagram and another 24 percent have a Twitter account. Facebook alone collects more than 500 terabytes of information from its users every day.

That amounts to a massive amount of personal details being shared publicly and permanently to complete strangers. Luckily, most of those strangers do not mean to cause you harm by misusing that information – but nonetheless, don’t take any risks by oversharing your personal information. . Let’s dive into a look at the dangers you may be facing by oversharing on social networks.

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Coping With The First Few Months Of Your Baby's Life

Pregnancy can fly by, and before you know it, you are holding your newborn in your arms. And while you are delighted to finally meet your child, the next few months can be very challenging. In fact, it can take months before you get into any kind of routine...

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Why I Took My Son To March For Women

My son MarkAnthony reads, he reads a lot. People are often proud of his love for books. I am too. However, no matter how much empathy my son gains from reading (which is quite a bit), there's more work to be done and more conversation to be had. When I heard about the women's march that was planned to take place all over the world...

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Blending A Family In Trump’s America

When together, my husband and I have always been treated differently. Even in the diverse metropolitan city of New York. My husband, a Bronxite of Puerto rican and Cuban descent looks a bit different from me. Sometimes he is mistaken for Middle Eastern. A few years ago, after landing in Puerto Rico...

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Pocket Money Pitfalls – A Disincentive For Help With The Chores?

There are plenty of good reasons why parents decide to give their children pocket money. For lots of parents it’s a bargaining tool for getting children to help with the daily chores. But why should kids get financial remuneration for household chores when...

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