How to Be Successful in Anything you Do

So you want to be successful! That’s great. But maybe you are not sure. What should you be successful in? And how? The more you start wondering and questioning, the less action you take. And not taking action is equivalent to non-success. Not failure, necessarily, but…

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9 Impressive Reasons to Allow Yourself to Make Mistakes

“We learn from failure, not from success!” ― Bram Stoker, Dracula Mistakes are human and unavoidable. Period. That’s the first thing we need to realize and remind ourselves, not as an excuse, but as a truth that we need to accept, prepare for, and learn to…

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Announcing a Guaranteed Technique to Become Stress Free

Stress is part of life. Breathing is sustaining life. Breathing the right way can reduce your stress by 90%. Our bodies are equipped with a stress mechanism that protects us from real or imagined threats. This system has evolved through millennia and though we have…

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Imagine if we could play all day

Fear of Missing Something Unfortunately, oftentimes parents get in the way of pretend play reminding their child to do something more “constructive”, like going over sight words or doing homework. Parents sometimes fear that if their child engages in activities that are non-school related s/he…

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Beautiful Reading Corners

A feel of the woods right at home Cozy teepee for adventures                   Magical starlight reading nook                 A giving tree                 Digging…

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Ι Love Baking

I love baking with my kids! I have to admit, I get creative and carried away and in the end, I can’t tell you the exact recipe! The solution? I always jot down what I did differently than the original recipe, so this way I…

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A Mom’s Radically Different New Year Resolutions

Ask kids to describe the month of December, and they will tell you “Christmas,” “Hannukah,” “presents,” “vacation,” “fun,” and other positive words. Ask adults and they will tell you “fun but stressful,” “merry but lots of work.” Research shows that worries about paying for Christmas…

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