Monetary matters are best kept away from children, isn’t it? Wrong! Your kid needs to have a solid founding in economic dynamics and the importance of money. When children are taught the value of money at an early age, it benefits them later in their lives. They gain enough maturity to handle money matters on their own in your absence.
Every New Year commences with profound resolutions aimed at putting your family first. You too may have resolved to spend additional time with your loved ones. Did you vow to explore the world together? Did you imagine creating cherished memories of family adventures?
As the weeks roll over, hectic professional routines dominate our lives and the sagacious words seldom turn to reality!
Teaching your kids to drive may be easier than tutoring them to cook. At least, the former has brakes!
Feeding nutritious food to your child is one of the biggest responsibilities of any parent. We all love cooking innovative recipes for our little ones – just to see the spark in their eyes and watch them relish the scrumptious grub!
However, making children self-sufficient is another important task of parenthood. As they grow older, it is cardinal that children imbibe the skill and knowledge to feed themselves.
Summer is right around the corner. You can already feel the increasing heat across on your skin and the warm breeze ruffling your hair. All of this is a telltale of the coming of blazing hot and lazy summer days where, in the afternoon, there is not much to do but to doze off while watching mindless television.
Exams are right around the corner, and with passing time, stress levels are rising steadily for you and your children. Tensions are high, almost as high as the pile of books to study. As parents, we fret and nag and hover but the ones actually stressing are our kids.
There is immense pressure on their tiny shoulders. They want to pass their exams and get good marks not only for themselves but for you. They want to make you proud and in most cases, this is one of the main causes of stress.
Grandparents hold a very high place in our family and society. As the elders of the family, we look at them for advice, guidance, and blessings. It might sound clichéd, but they hold the family together. When they stay with you, it’s like you have another set of parents. They love you, care for you, protect you, and teach you valuable things.
Where are your kids now? Are they in front of the television watching cartoons? In the tuition class perhaps, learning abacus or Kumon? Or playing a computer game?
How much do they really play using their limbs and expending energy? As a nation, we overemphasize academic education at the cost of physical training!
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If there is one statement I strongly disagree with, it is – “School years are the best years of life!” Well, if one replaces the word ‘school’ with ‘childhood’, probably yes! But school brings back memories of examinations, something possibly none of us truly enjoyed!
During childhood, one is under the pressure of performing well in exams; years later as parents, the stress hasn’t really decreased. Now your child may be writing the exams but you’re probably the one hyperventilating!
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It’s a tough world out there and in this busy and loud world, we all want our kids to be heard. We want them, to not only have opinions, plans and advice but be to be able to share them with everybody without fear.
Confidence is necessary not only for the emotional, psychological, and intellectual development of your child but also vitally important for their integration into the society. Only when they are confident, will they find being social easy. This also contributes to future success. Let’s take a look at a few ways in which you can help your child be more confident.
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Goals are the objects of a person’s ambition and effort. They are the aimed for a particular end result. When you set a goal, in your mind, you see yourself achieve it. Once you’ve set a goal, then starts the process of working towards it, because merely setting a goal doesn’t entitle its fulfilment. Setting goals or aims is a measure of a person’s ambition. One simply cannot wish to be successful but not have a set of goals or targets to reach there.
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