This is a sponsored post with Jenny Life Insurance and BraVoMark. All opinions are mine.
Small Monthly Payments to Protect Your Loved Ones
If you could put away $5 a month and a year later have $10,000 sitting in your account, you would jump on starting that account… like… NOW, right? Well, that is basically what you are doing when it comes to life insurance. You are paying a small monthly payment on premiums that have big benefits later. It won’t benefit you in particular but it will save your family from years of financial stress if and when you were to pass away.
Challenge Accepted! How to Cook for Kids Who Are Picky Eaters
If your kids are picky eaters, there are some clever ways to incorporate the foods they need into their diets. Dealing with a picky eater is always challenging, but finding what works for your children can make everyone happy. Here are some of the best ways to cook for kids who are picky eaters.
Spending Time with Your Kids: 5 Ways to Be Creative
Spending time with your children is important on many levels. It carries psychological benefits for both parents and the child, creates stronger relationships and helps resolve issues. But today’s world is busy and people seem to be preoccupied with work and other engagements necessary for everyday survival.
Spotting Child Tendencies?
All parents want their child to be as successful as possible and, even if they do not realize it at first, they sometimes push them in a direction preferred by them, even though the child doesn’t really want to go that way. In this article, you will be able to see a lot of examples on how to identify the domain or area your child would want to develop in and how to do it.
10 Tips for Parents to Help Their Primary School Child Study
Having a kid in primary school is not easy in any way, shape or form, but it can be a lot of fun. Our children are a constant source of new knowledge and insights into the modern life. But the truth is, no matter how much they seem to know and understand, they still need our help, at least ‘till the end of primary school.