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The world we live in is a cold and unforgiving place. Ideals of beauty, health and moral code are based on some imaginary principles put on a high pedestal, so there is really no wonder why so many people feel left out. Being constantly under this sort of pressure can cause a wide array of mental problems such as anxiety, anorexia and depression. Neither of these are easy to live with. However, the key point people often tend to miss is that they shouldn’t go through this on...

When you get your driver’s license, you know that you’ve been officially welcomed into the world of adults. Having your own car is the ultimate symbol of freedom. Of course, every freedom comes with responsibility. Cars are powerful machines, especially modern vehicles. Therefore, careless drivers can cause serious trouble on the road if they don’t use those machines in a safe way. This is why it’s important to nip some bad driving habits in the bud. ...

Living spaces quickly become overwhelmed with the paraphernalia we collect around us. Reclaiming the space doesn’t depend on constantly tidying up. It’s more about having adequate storage systems, being a bit organised, and making the most of what you have. ...

You are probably tired of all those „appreciate each other, open your heart to his needs, understand him“ and some other bulls**t articles. Let me tell you right now, you won’t be hearing that from me. First of all, if you don’t do that stuff in the first place, then get yourself a new partner hun. Second of all, lost romance is a result of a routine. Maybe you two just don’t have any new ideas anymore, or maybe you didn’t pay attention to the lacking of romance up...

Every home should have a clear fire escape plan. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case as only 26% of families have a fire escape plan. Don’t be part of this statistic. Or else, you can be part of another statistic – the fact that fires kill more Americans than all the natural disasters combined. ...

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Children grow up really, really quickly and very soon after the paint from doing up their bedrooms to welcome a new baby has dried, they themselves become a little conscious about their surroundings and they perhaps even want to help with the new decorations in addition to wanting them done. Either way, whether you’re going to have a professional roped-in to re-do the kids’ bedrooms of if they’re going to pretend to help you do up the new decorations, it can be somewhat...

As a parent, It often seems incredible how quickly children grow. One day you are changing diapers and before you know it, they are headed off to University. However, the thing that will always remind you, of the pace of change is seeing how fast they grow out of clothing and having to pay for it all. We all love the fun of choosing new adorable outfits for our kids, but with kids clothing costing nearly the same as adult clothing, it gets expensive. Here are some tips to have...

Having a home can be a great opportunity for us dads. It’s our very own little space we can dedicate to our family life. And it’s the place that our kids will grow up, hopefully with happy memories. I’m interested in what we can do to make our homes more child-friendly. No, I’m not suggesting you get rid of all the dad stuff to make it happen. What I am saying though is that there are things that kids just love. So here’s a rundown. A Reading Room Reading...

So we’ve looked at making sure your family days out stay smooth and fun. But there we focussed on the actual destination or activities. Here we will be focussing on the things that may put you in a bad mood by the time you get there, or even prevent you getting there altogether! Source: Flickr I can hear some of you saying that it’s impossible to ruin a car journey; it’s already ruined by being a long car journey! And to that I say that a long car journey with the family...

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