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by Ray | Comments Off on 4 Tips to Make Moving With Kids Easier on 4 Tips to Make Moving With Kids Easier

Change can be good; but good does not equate to stressfree. Adults can have a very difficult time uprooting themselves and relocating, so you can imagine how much more stressful this is on the younger members of your family. For your children, they may have only ever known one home and have established it as the source of all good memories. At the end of the day, it is not only about good movers and packers (similar to https://jubelmoving.com/) who can help you seamlessly transition into your new home, but also the involvement of the kids in the family which makes it a smooth process.

Moving your kids to a new home can be a difficult task, but there are a few tips to help make it easier. (more…)

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by Ray | Comments Off on How To Bring Kids’ Homework To Life on How To Bring Kids’ Homework To Life

When we are trying to help our kids learn something new, it is always a struggle to make it memorable. Helping kids with school work can be tedious and boring. It’s so easy to forget children need to go at a slower and more detailed pace than we need to. When we have to learn the topic too, it can make things easier, because we can think about how we are going to remember the information later on. Try having a themed day to help the memory. (more…)

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by Ray | Comments Off on The Wooden House on The Wooden House

When we first were married, we lived in an apartment for about a year. The furniture we had put together during our time together up to the point of moving into the flat was a mishmash of various pieces, none of which matched. For example, we had an old 2 seater sofa that had 2 cushions that belonged to something else, two armchairs, neither of which matched, a coffee table that doubled as a chess board, a kitchen table made of laminex and the three chairs we had scrounged, also none of which matched. But when you are first married, the furniture doesn’t play a huge part in your daily life and the friends that came around for drinks or a meal seem to understand that it’s a marital phase that we all go through. (more…)

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