How to Find the Perfect Balance When Kids Use Technology

How to Find the Perfect Balance When Kids Use Technology   We are always an arm’s reach away from technology. Some people would not know how to function without their phone, computer, tablet or television. The problem for many of us is finding the right balance.   Many of us are glued to our screens. I notice families at restaurants where kids are watching television and their parents are staring at their phones. In the car, kids are watching television, each on their own screen. It seems that kids would rather play a video game then play outside.  ...

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Finding my calling in motherhood: How giving birth to one love gave birth to another

I feel really fat. You know that feeling you get about yourself when you try to avoid looking in the mirror when undressing because you know you won’t really like the visage that looks back at you? I’ve been feeling really off all day. This whole “mom body” that I am trying really hard to embrace (she grew and birthed my son, after all!) just isn’t working out today—ha, figuratively and literally. Maybe it’s the sleep deprivation, days on end of baby talk, or the day-long silences between adult conversations. Maybe it is the moon, or just one of...

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One bad day does not make you a bad mom

By: Ashley from Real Mom Talk One bad day does not make you a bad mom. I saw this on instagram and fell in love with it. There will always be bad days. Days that make you want to lock yourself in the closet. Days that make you want to pull your hair out. Days that make you want to drink a bottle of wine (or 2). But looking back, you wont remember those days. You’ll remember the time you took them to the park and she slid down the slide by herself for the first time. You’ll remember...

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Positive Parenting: How to Set an Example of Healthy Living for Your Children

Positive Parenting: How to Set an Example of Healthy Living for Your Children As a parent, you offer the most influence to your children. They will see everything that you do in life from working to taking care of the house. Your children will also see the ways that you keep your body healthy by eating the right foods and exercising on a regular basis. If you don’t live a healthy life, then your children will likely think that they don’t need to take care of their bodies, either. They will see that it’s alright to let the body...

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NGOs from Bangladesh and Germany to receive UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for Innovation in Education

UNESCO Press Release No.2017-14 NGOs from Bangladesh and Germany to receive UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for Innovation in Education Paris, 15 February–The 2016 UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize recognizing two outstanding projects that make innovative use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in education for the benefit of disadvantaged groups will be awarded on 21 February to the Online School Project, operated by Jaago Foundation in rural Bangladesh, and to Harnessing the Power of ICTs in Higher Education, run by the German NGO Kiron that serves displaced persons. Irina Bokova, the Director-General of UNESCO,...

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