Less virus-spread worry with name tag stickers at school
We know that one of the common ways that viruses, bacteria and other germs spread is through touch. With the new school term looming, it can be hard for a child to remember not to touch or borrow things from other children, and to only use their own items. Name tag stickers that label everything that belongs to your child have therefore become an absolute necessity - and a very clever way for mums to protect their kids while they’re away at school. The stickers also help teachers to easily identify items that belong to your child, with no confusion or extra handling of the items.
But be careful, as not all children’s name stickers are equal! In these days of virus caution, children’s name tag stickers need to also be able to repel germs, as well as being resilient through the school term and beyond. Quality is the key when it comes to children’s name stickers and our recommendation is My Nametags.
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MYTHS & FACTS ABOUT HAVING A GIRL OR A BOY
Ahead of our free Pregnancy Information breakfast event on 21st September (where some top experts will be on hand to discuss emotional and physical health in pregnancy) let’s have a little fun by looking at some of the methods that were used generations ago to determine whether a pregnant mother was carrying a boy or a girl.
A DREAMY WAY TO HELP KIDS SOCIALISE AGAIN
This month, we talked with Dubai-based firm Dream Party about their very clever and thoughtful way of helping kids to get back to being fun-filled and joyous after 15 months of disruption to their social development.
KIDS LOVE STICKERS... AND NOW SO DO MUMS!
When you were a kid, did you have your name label sewn into your new school uniform to start the term?! This year, name labels and children’s stickers have taken on an interesting new significance.
GETTING COMFORTABLE BEING PREGNANT
If you’re pregnant, then you might find that everyone is congratulating you while you feel physically uncomfortable most of the time! Here are a few suggestions that might help.
HEALTHY EATING TO BOOST KIDS' IMMUNITY
As children go back to school after a year of distance learning, health and nutrition needs to be a top priority in order to help them thrive, says Dr. Dana Al Hamwi, Clinical Dietician, India Gate KRBL Ltd.
ANXIETY IN CHILDREN: CAUSES, SIGNS & HOW TO HANDLE IT
This term sees the highest percentage of children going back to school classes since the pandemic began. Many younger ones will experience ‘separation anxiety’, as will some parents. Either way, this kind of anxiety is a health issue more than a school issue, so let’s delve into the topic!
ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT YOUR NEEDS ARE IMPORTANT!
Mothers are well known to prioritise the needs of their family life, their husband and especially their children, meaning that their needs are always put ahead of your own. If this sounds familiar to you, then please, please read on!
ADAPTING TO A NEW SCHOOL
Going to a new school can be a traumatic experience for children. Changing from familiar surroundings, leaving their friends and feeling like a ‘new kid’ where they don’t know anyone can make them feel very isolated.
5 TIPS TO PROTECT & CARE FOR YOUR BABY'S SKIN
Parenthood does not come with an instruction manual and learning to care for your baby’s skin can be tricky.
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Charming micro RPG LOOP HERO is one of this year’s first true gems.
Feeling, Sensitivity and Consciousnes
ROS PEARMAIN, Ph.D., has been integrating the fields of psychology, psychotherapy and spirituality, through both practical and philosophical approaches, for over 40 years. Here she explores the way a spiritual practice opens up the levels of feeling and sensitivity, as we expand into deeper and deeper levels of consciousness, and how our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies are integrated through the heart.
Gluten and dairy restriction:OUR CHILDREN DESERVE BETTER!
When children experience respiratory, digestive, behaviour, or other health challenges, many parents naturally seek out dietary solutions. Unfortunately, the prevailing confusion in this area provides fertile ground for misconceptions and counterproductive dietary fads. Among contemporary trends, avoiding gluten and/ or dairy products are two of the most popular. Does taking your children off gluten or dairy really help? Do such recommendations rest upon fallacy or fact? As it turns out, though born of legitimate concerns, the impulse to discontinue gluten or dairy products is generally misguided, and may distract parents from truly important steps that can help kids to eat right, grow, and thrive.
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The Puzzle of Mineral Names
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Peaceful Coexistence in “Cat-tivity”
Fanciers with a social media presence have recently been deluged with cute posts about our new four-footed furry supervisors.
Shure Aonic 50: Excellent Audio, Merely Good ANC
The Shure Aonic 50 headphones are priced to compete with the best noise-canceling headphones on the market. Sonically, they deliver a wonderful audio experience that will appeal to those seeking an accurate sound signature. When it comes to active noise cancellation (ANC), however, the headphones are merely good, not great. So while we enjoy the Aonic 50’s comfortable fit and quality sound, if ANC is your top priority, you can find better options in this high price range, including the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700.
GREATER REALITY LIVING- Internalize the Great News: You are a Forever Being
In the third century B.C., Aristotle wrote: "Let us live as if we were immortal." We can now state much more assuredly: "We are immortal. Let us live accordingly."
How To Find Emotional Freedom
Take back your birthright to feel, express and let go.