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HABITAT: 7 ways to create a COOL kids’ room

By Justine Wilson Looking to inject a little bit of on-trend COOL into your kids’ room? Today there are countless ways to create a special space that will add a slice of modern magic to their world. “Trends we’ve seen growing in the design of kids’ room range from adding …

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MOTHERHOOD: 4 simple steps to help kids face their fears

by Sarah Lyons As a child, we sometimes feel afraid. We call on our parents’ help when we are scared, nervous, or need help checking under the bed for monsters. It’s normal for children to have fears. Kids may have bad dreams, be frightened of the dark, or find certain …

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Language building for Pre-School aged Children

Let’s be honest. Reading to pre-school aged children can sometimes be frustrating for both of you. If a child has sensory issues or ADHD, the last thing they can want when sharing quiet time with you is for you to keep talking at them while they sit still. It can …

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Introducing Reading to Special Needs Children

We have all heard the age old mantra that children should be read to from birth and this is true, in an ideal world. There is such a thing as a child who simply doesn’t want to be read to, who can’t sit still long enough or has trouble processing words and pictures …

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Self-love: Our Greatest Lesson

I’ve been thinking a lot about fear lately. I see so many business people discuss fears and what holds people back in life. My number one fear had always been not living my life to its greatest potential. Since becoming a mother this fear has been replaced with those fears …