Cutting Down On TV Time – Have You Made Your Stand?

You will probably agree with me that cutting down on TV time is one of the hardest habits to eliminate. In fact, even your kids will protest if you try to impose a strict rule and schedule in watching television. Some parents do not bother about this issue but I personally believe that watching television can do more harm than good to our kids.

I would like to reiterate some of the pros and cons of too much TV watching based on my personal views.

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Posted by Admin - January 18, 2011 at 3:15 pm

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Learn How To Kite Surf Review

I often see kite surfers on my local beach here in Portugal and I can sit and watch them for ages. They always look like they are having so much fun and the tricks that they perform really do leave me wide mouthed in amazement. It was only a few days ago when I was walking along the beach to meet some friends for a coffee when I noticed two older people kite surfing and they made it look so easy that it got me thinking.

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Posted by Admin - January 10, 2011 at 10:07 am

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Mummy And Daddy Time – Date Days

Me and my husband live and work together and compared to many people cope with it very well. We have never really been the arguing type which is fantastic considering that we have been together for nearly 11 years now. So if we ever do argue which is probably once every six months our nine year old son will be rather alarmed!!!

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Posted by Admin - January 2, 2011 at 9:15 am

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Bero – My Miracle In The Kitchen

I can’t begin to count how many times my Be-Ro has pulled me out of a sticky situation in the kitchen and when I tell people this I find it absolutely amazing that many of them just don’t have an idea what I’m talking about.


Well, a Be-Ro is a recipe book unlike any other. I can remember making cakes with my Grandmother and the Be-Ro book was always open, usually covered in flour but always referred to when baking cakes, even though my Grandmother is a brilliant cook, she would never consider baking anything without recurring to the Be-Ro, or the bible as she often called it.

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Posted by Admin - December 16, 2010 at 3:43 pm

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My Best Kite – An Honest Review

I remember going out with my dad on a Sunday afternoon and the fun we used to have flying our kite. It was only a small plastic kite but I absolutely used to love it and I have often thought about buying one of these larger kites and showing my husband and son just what they have been missing.

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Posted by Admin - November 22, 2010 at 7:43 am

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The Piano Garden Method Review – Slow And Steady Vs. Overnight Success

There are lots of products available that claim to teach a person to play the piano from the beginner level to an intermediate level extremely quickly without any other lessons. Many of these guides are not worth the pages they are printed on. It can be very difficult to tell what’s good and what’s going to be a waste of time and money. I came across the Piano Garden Method recently and was pleasantly surprised at how straightforward it is. The product is offered by Marc Johann who says his goal is to produce as many piano players and teachers as possible. This product was released not only as an easy guide for beginners to learn to play the piano, but for instructors to use as a lesson manual when teaching their students.

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Posted by Admin - October 29, 2010 at 8:55 pm

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Be Powerful, Think Positive – An Honest Review

Theories abound, about this mindset and at last, someone – who has ‘been there and done that’, has produced an authoritative work on the subject matter about how to gain and develop it.  Oliver Dodd didn’t have the easiest starts in life. He had to overcome Asperger Syndrome which he suffered from an early age, which essentially means that he had serious problems with social interaction.   Can you imagine how mortifying it feels for any child to not belong, to feel strange and somehow not deserving of the same treatment as other children? Like everyone else he just wanted to fit in. He just wanted to be accepted and be normal. But day after day he’d wonder aloud, “Why me?”

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Posted by Admin - October 29, 2010 at 6:31 pm

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