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Photo: Courtesy of Club Med 1. Club Med Cancún Yucatán  Situated on the picturesque tip of the Riviera Maya, this all-inclusive is lined with three white, sandy beaches and is steps from the world’s second largest coral reef. Included in your stay is unlimited gourmet dining at one of the four on-site restaurants, unlimited snorkeling,
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Refurbished electronics are good for the earth, your wallet and your peace of mind. Created for Before you toss that old smartphone for the latest model or break the bank buying a new tablet for your five-year-old, consider this: nearly 54 million metric tonnes of e-waste was generated worldwide in 2019 alone and only 17
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I was cooking dinner for my kids when a radio report stopped me, mid-stir: “Why gas stoves are bad for the climate–and you.” My ears perked up as the broadcaster specified that pollutants from gas stoves are especially harmful to kids. I looked down at the blue flames licking up the sides of the simmering
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Instead of telling kids what not to do, Correcting Behaviors shows kids what you want them to do instead. When parents practice the desired behavior, kids are more likely to do the behavior in the future. Visit our online parenting class to learn more about correcting kids behaviors in a positive and healthy way that
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With the recent American Supreme Court debate about whether or not to criminalize abortion and overturn Roe v. Wade, it’s likely kids will overhear the word “abortion” at some point and ask what it means. Whether it’s on the news, TV, radio or overhearing discussions by adults in their sphere, children are often fascinated by
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Which “C” is most Challenging for You? Comment below with… Chaos – rushed routines, busy schedule, survival mode Conflict – sibling rivalry, power struggles, marital stress Clutter – piles of laundry, never-ending cleanup, mess! Clinginess – over-dependent, needy children, feeling touched out Confusion – out of touch with your intuition, no clear vision, fear The
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Teaching children consequences are a natural response to actions is an important part of building healthy children. Consequences are different than punishment in that they are meant to teach a child and not to cause physical, emotional, or mental harm. The biggest mistake that parents make when giving a consequence is that they don’t find
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These free typing games will help make learning this important skill fun. Photo: BBC Living in today’s digital world, it’s pretty crucial that kids know how to type. But learning this important skill doesn’t have to be a chore—there are plenty of fun ways to log some online typing practice hours. Here are 10 typing
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Try these easy, inexpensive games to keep your birthday guests busy and entertained at the party. Photo: Erik Putz The invitations have been sent, and it won’t be long before your child’s birthday party! How will you keep them entertained for two hours? That’s the age-old question—and one of the main reasons why some parents
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