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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Coffee, Cooking, and Children

For us life is about our children, cooking and of course coffee!  As a mother, I am up early, making coffee and getting ready for the day.  Since Covid19, I am cooking more and I have to say, working from home, has led to more coffee to keep going and being a better multitasker than […]

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ARE YOU HAPPY?

Ask a thousand people if they are happy and you will get the typical “yes” or “I think so” but really, are most people happy? How do you define happiness? Go on the web and put in “define happiness” and so many definitions pop up, this is the one I believed to fit closest to […]

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Why Join a Book Club

As a parent, we run a thousand miles a minute trying to manage all the things we must do in one day. Each stage of raising your children, working, being a spouse/partner, and taking care of the home sometimes we forget to take care of ourselves.  It’s true, right?  So, I wanted to bring back […]

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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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