How a Boat Can Build Families

Things happen in families that can tear relationships apart. When this happens, family life can be difficult, becoming an emotional roller-coast ride and a sullen war of conflicting interests. While family therapy can certainly heal emotional wounds and renegotiate boundaries, sometimes a family just needs to do something together to feel like a family again. One way to pull off this miracle is through boating. Getting a boat is a great idea because boating is one way a family can {Read More}

Simple ways to improve the security of your home

Your home is where you keep a great deal of your worldly possessions, not forgetting that this is the place where your family lives. It is crucial to protect the things most important to you, and it may not be as difficult or expensive as you may think. Security blinds are something that are effective but not often thought of by homeowners. These blinds are useful because they can let natural light in during the day while making the home {Read More}

Why it is important to get the right lawyer when moving house

It may be incredibly tempting to avoid hiring a real estate lawyer when moving or buying a house, especially if it is the first time that you have been involved in the process. However, even if that is the case, it is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to such a huge project to undertake on your own, with such big risks and potential difficulty if it goes wrong. Some of the reasons why it is sensible {Read More}

How to Have a Mutually Agreed Upon Divorce

Divorce is one of those life events that often ends in long-term sadness; no matter what, there will be suffering and loss to contend with. Before divorcing it’s important to take stock of the marriage, as well as communicate with your spouse if you can. A mutually agreed upon divorce will mean less arguments and less legal preparation. Moreover, it’s important to settle the custody issues regarding children and pets before entering the courtroom. By communicating about the following aspects {Read More}

Advice to Rebuilding a Relationship with Your Spouse After Recovery

The very fact that your spouse opted to receive treatment for their addiction is something to be proud of. Be that as it may, it is important for you to understand that after rehab and recovery, there is still a lot that needs to happen in order for your loved one to stay sober and life a more productive life. Seeing as how you and your spouse live under one roof, learning how to cope and rebuild your strained marriage {Read More}

Best Baby Gifts

If you are surrounded by friends who have just started having kids or are currently pregnant, the amount of stuff they need can be confusing and overwhelming. Do you need a wipes warmer? What’s a Diaper Genie? What can we buy them that won’t be clutter, but will also be something that the parents and their kids can enjoy? That’s where we come in – with this gift guide, you can be sure to find something for new parents, whether {Read More}

Children And Cellphones

Parents who are consistently concerned about the safety and whereabouts of their children are now more often than not opting to purchase cellphones for their kids. There are numerous inexpensive options out there, many of which can be purchased at a budget price thanks to a Kohls coupon or other special offers, so it’s not a problem. How does a parent know when their child is old enough to be trusted with a cellphone of their very own, though? Benefits {Read More}

Paving The Way For New Standards Of Excellence In Private Schooling

Private institutions of education have held a distinguished place in the fabric of American society since the earliest days of this country. However, since the recent days of controversy concerning the Common Core mandate, the perceived disparity between the standards and values offered by private and public schools has once more come between the cross hairs of public opinion. The Search For A Way Forward Beyond Partisan Political Divides This division is the focus of much partisan bickering between the {Read More}

You Bet I Wear my prAna Pants 7 Days a Week #7DayStretch

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Okay — I will be the first to admit it. I love jeans. Pants of any kind really. I have never been much of a skirt or dress kind of girl (well, unless you could my preschool years, but that was a long, long time ago…). And not just any pants will do — they have to be super comfortable and look like a tried, at least a little. I can admit it, I used to live in yoga pants. {Read More}

Is it time to take off the glasses?

If you wear glasses, you may find them very useful, but chances are that in some situations, you also find them very annoying. They can be uncomfortable to wear, especially when it’s hot. They can fall off your face when you move your head around, a nuisance if you’re the sporty type. They get steamed up in cold weather and accumulate dirt all the time; they’re also vulnerable to breaking, they get tangled in long hair and they’re awkward to {Read More}