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8 Best Ways To Relax During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is both an exciting and scary experience for moms, not just the first-time moms-to-be, but even those who have already experienced it once, twice, or more. Pregnant women frequently experience tension or anxiety. Being overly nervous all the time might have an impact on a baby's wellness and emotional growth. My babies are have now grown, but I still remember the things that made me relax during my pregnancies. Surely relaxing for a pregnant woman would be different back in the days than now but, just the same, an excess of the stress hormone cortisol can pass from the mother's bloodstream through the placenta to the developing child as early as the first trimester of pregnancy. ...

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Dental Care For Kids : 5 Best Habits To Instill

One of the fundamental hygiene lessons we teach our children is oral hygiene. After all, having a good set of teeth is essential for everyone's physical and social growth. As we chew our  food, it improves nutrient absorption and digestion in our bodies as well as speech development in children. We should be diligent about taking care of our teeth. One approach to ensure that our children grow up with healthy teeth and gums is to teach them how to practice proper oral hygiene. Strong oral hygiene helps your child develop healthy dental habits as they grow. Poor oral hygiene might result in disease, infection, or other dental issues. The following routine is involved in basic dental ...

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Every Confection and Sweet Drink We Have Ever Tried

"There is nothing better than a friend, unless it is a friend with chocolate.” This quote is really famous you can see it on many printable items out there. That's why we're very grateful when friends gift us sweets (and sweetness). And while we don't indulge, we taste-test whenever we can. We have separate posts for Kitkat, Pocky, McDonald's and McCafé, and Magnum, but everything else - sweet treats and drinks, we feature here. And yeah, mom loves matcha very much! This post is updated every time we try new market release sweets (be it pastry, chocolate, cake, ice cream, candies)  and drinks or when friends gift us and we try it for the first time....or just when we remember to take a ...

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How We Saved Up During the Pandemic & What To Do With Extra Money

The staying at home for two years or so saved us some money. It's probably more than what we can save up in a pre-pandemic year. Understandably, the protocols on staying home changed our spending habits, with restrictions in place, going out has been less, thus, eating out, buying apparel, and even purchasing tickets for museums and concerts were less to nil. Travel to other countries were also restricted. What money we used to go on summer breaks spent on hotels, plane tickets, food out, souvenirs, museums, and shows were kept in our adventure fund box.   Money Flow What made  us save up the last two years? It might be obvious to many, but let's list down ways how we saved up ...

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How To Treat Mild Covid-19 Symptoms at Home

"We thoroughly researched the health-related references in this article, but this is not meant to be medical advise. We also consulted our doctor about what to do best. These are our own experiences on how we dealt with Covid-19, our circumstances are different from yours. Please consult your doctor regarding your health." It was March  12, 2020 when the government announced the first lockdown in Austria. We weren't given a specific timeframe how long it would last, but as good citizens, we followed protocol. We waited for it to be lifted but only extension after extension came. Schools were fast to act on decisions about staying home for online classes, companies also complied, so did ...

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Send the Beloved Child on a Journey

かわいいこにはたびをさせよ。(Kawaii ko niwa tabi o saseyo) - Send the beloved child on a journey. The above is a Japanese quote that highlights letting a child develop independence and self-reliance than letting it grow up in a sheltered environment. If you've watched videos of kids in Japan going to school and back home by themselves, walking with some friends or taking the trains from a fairly long distance, that's the literal meaning to this quote. Japanese children are taught from an early age to walk out by themselves along with being careful when out in the streets, to respect surroundings, be respectful of people they meet out in the streets and in school. They also take turns serving food to ...

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