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  • Simple Tips to Boost Your Health and Wellness While Working Your Side Hustle

    Simple Tips to Boost Your Health and Wellness While Working Your Side Hustle

    Guest article provided by Sheila Johnson at wellsheila.net If you're building a side hustle, you have more than enough going on. And while an extra job is an excellent way to supplement your income, you can significantly lower your quality of life if you are not careful. After all, if all you do is work day in and day out, you will be hard-pressed to stay healthy and well. Fortunately, there are some simple habits you can incorporate into your routine that will help you maintain self-care while starting and growing your side hustle. Take some things off your plate. Let’s start with the side hustle itself. With a full-time job, not to mention any ....

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  • How to Succeed in Homeschooling

    How to Succeed in Homeschooling

    Your children’s education is incredibly important, and there are many considerations that go into making a decision to homeschool your kids. After all, you want to give your kids the best start in life that you can. Homeschooling includes so many things in addition to academics, such as physical skills, social skills, field trips, sports, music, and much more. How can you create a well-rounded homeschool program that gives your children the most benefits that you can? These strategies will help you create a successful homeschooling program for your children: 1. Research homeschooling. Read everything you can about the different curriculums that are available. Talk to other ....

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  • Is Your Child Ready For School?

    Is Your Child Ready For School?

    The past year and a half of school have been such a tumultuous ride. From school closures to virtual classes to partial reopening, it seems as if our children have experienced every out-of-the-norm scenario we could come up with. And although the goal was to keep them safe, children’s development took a significant hit. We’ve seen more significant emotional distress, poorer health choices, regression in cognitive momentum, and decreased social skills. So, as the new school year approaches, it is more important than ever to ensure that they are prepared for school in ways that cover all developmental areas. The idea of “school readiness” has always been mostly ....

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  • Parenting the Shy Child

    Parenting the Shy Child

    In a world that highly values the traits of extroverted individuals, shy children are often assumed to have something wrong that needs to be fixed. However, shyness is simply a personality trait that is part of their temperament. Children are born with unique personalities, although the environment can play a significant role in how these traits present as the child develops. What is apparent is that shyness falls on a continuum, where children have varying levels of this trait. The important thing is to remember that different character attributes should be embraced to appreciate the unique way a shy child interacts with the world around them. Children are wired with a variety of traits, ....

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  • Is Your Child Ready for School?

    Is Your Child Ready for School?

    The past year and a half of school have been such a tumultuous ride. From school closures to virtual classes to partial reopening, it seems as if our children have experienced every out-of-the-norm scenario we could come up with. And although the goal was to keep them safe, children’s development took a significant hit. We’ve seen more significant emotional distress, poorer health choices, regression in cognitive momentum, and decreased social skills. So, as the new school year approaches, it is more important than ever to ensure that they are prepared for school in ways that cover all developmental areas. The idea of “school readiness” has always been mostly ....

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  • Wushu Central Does Fundraising for Local School PTAs

    Wushu Central Does Fundraising for Local School PTAs

    Are You Connected To Your School’s Parent Teacher Association/Organization? We Can Fundraise For You! Parents of elementary school children of all Wushu Central locations: One of the ways that Wushu Central gives back to our local communities is by providing awesome fundraisers for school PTAs. Our fundraisers: Cost the PTA absolutely nothing Generate on average $500-$1000 in donations for the PTA Are SO FUN, kids can’t wait for the next one If you are interested in a really awesome fundraiser for your school, please email fundraising@wushucentral.com . ....

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  • There's No Such Thing as a Perfect Parent

    There's No Such Thing as a Perfect Parent

    Parenting is challenging and frustrating. It’s hard to know if you’re doing the right things and making wise choices that will benefit your children. It can sometimes feel like there’s no good answer for many of the parenting situations you find yourself in. In parenting, as in the rest of life, perfection isn’t a possibility. Do your best and shoot for excellence, instead! Use these tips to accept your flaws and be the best parent you can be: 1. No one teaches you how to be a great parent. You learn a lot of things in school, but parenting skills aren’t commonly covered. You can read a book, observe others, or make it up as you go along. ● Being ....

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  • Can Your Kids Get Burned Out?

    Can Your Kids Get Burned Out?

    When you think of someone who is burned out, you might picture an overworked business executive or an athlete training too hard for the Olympics. The truth is that anyone can become overwhelmed at any age. Kids experience burnout too. Sure, they don’t usually have mortgages and jobs. However, they do have internal and external pressures of their own. School, friendships, and other challenges of growing up can be a lot to deal with. As a parent, you can help. Try these tips for raising children who will thrive. How to Restore Energy Emotional fatigue is a major sign of burnout in children and adults. Show your son or daughter how to recharge when they're ....

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  • A Parent’s Guide to Stopping Your Child’s Whining

    A Parent’s Guide to Stopping Your Child’s Whining

    When your child starts to whine, a simple trip to the grocery store can turn into an ordeal. You want to get home quickly to make dinner, but now you’re falling behind schedule. You try to remain patient, but those high-pitched wails frazzle your nerves. While it may be tempting to lose your temper or give in to your child’s pleas, there are more constructive alternatives. Learn how to deal with whining and prevent it before it starts. What to Do When Your Child Whines: 1. Stay calm. Your child will pick up on your mood so ensure you’re doing what you can to reduce both your stress levels. Take a deep breath and smile. Speak softly and clearly. 2. Stand fast. ....

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  • The Secret to Communicating with Your Adult Children

    The Secret to Communicating with Your Adult Children

    You love your adult children and want to have a close relationship with them. However, things sometimes turn out differently than you planned. Family communications can be tricky. It’s easy to fall into old patterns that become reinforced over many years. It’s difficult to remember that the baby you raised now has a career and children of their own. Transforming the way in which you talk with each other can help you to strengthen your connection and avoid misunderstandings. Try these secrets for communicating with your adult children. Staying in Touch with Your Adult Children Are Zoom calls enough? Studies show that parents and adult children who interact face to face ....

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