How to Teach Your Children About Self-Care

The need for self-care applies to everyone, regardless of age. Both adults and kids need time to recharge, refresh, and reset. And teaching your children at a young age how to engage in self-care will better prepare them for adulthood. Today, Twisted Twinology outlines some tips to get them started right.   Understanding Self-Care For Kids […]

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Teach Your Child to Bake and Reap These Benefits

Baking provides many benefits for adults — not only is it great for stress relief, but there’s also a comfort factor that comes with the scent of warm, homemade treats. Baking is also a wonderful activity for kids since it can help them learn about responsibility, boost self-confidence, and teach them valuable life skills that […]

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Money Management Pointers for Parents

As a parent, you don’t just have to worry about taking care of yourself financially. You also have children who you need to support. This added pressure can make money management a source of stress, especially for younger parents who don’t have much experience with finances. One survey of millennial parents suggests money is their […]

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Casting Calls

Hi It’s Debbie & Lisa with Twins talent HAPPY EASTER & PASSOVER WEEKEND. Please Follow us on Instagram: #twinstalent @twinstalent. Please always make sure you follow us on social media to be kept up to date on all of our projects!Instagram: @TwinstalentTwitter@castrealitytvFacebook: LisaSueGanz – https://www.facebook.com/lisasue.ganz.9===================CASTING “New Amsterdam”- NY- Twin/Triplets Babies under 6 months-13 lbs or less. […]

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Casting Call!

Our friends, Debbie and Lisa Ganz, from TwinsTalent TV is ready for another casting session! They’re looking for many roles that you might be interested in. CASTING -WUTANG CLAN – HULU SERIES -AFRICAN AMERICAN IDENTICAL TWIN/Triplet BOYS 6-9YRS OLD TO PLAY 6-7yrs old. Anywhere in the country. They are playing one boy. Speaking Role. SAG. Shoots […]

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Lessons Learned #8

Lesson’s Learned #8 Midway thru the first school year we were told both girls needed their tonsils and adenoids removed. The night before surgery Shari developed a fever. Hers was postponed 2 weeks. Two weeks later I popped her out of bed and started getting ready. Donna walk in and said, you got the wrong […]

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Lessons Learned #7

LESSONS LEARNED #7 Suddenly it’s the end of summer and time for school to start. Nobody was more excited than me. We had new dresses, shoes, crayons, big pencils, scissors, and backpacks bigger than the twins. We were ready. There would be NONE of that crying from this Mom. I said, you’ll love it and […]

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