How to Make Hardwood Floors Senior-Frien....

By :- Kate, On May 19, 2016 in ::-Home
Choosing a flooring material for use in a home occupied by senior citizens can be tough. Choices such as carpeting can provide additional insulation and offer padding against a fall, but its fibres are harder to clean and tend to be hard to use with mobility aids. Hardwood flooring, on the other hand, is easy to maintain and is a good fit for anyone with crutches or a wheelchair, but it is also qu.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Is this the cleverest boy in the world?

By :- Kate, On April 27, 2016 in ::-Featured
Erik Finman felt school was holding him back. So he dropped out. At 15, he worked in Silicon Valley. Now 17, he’s been hired in London – and touted as the future of the internet. William Leith meets the superteen The entrepreneur Erik Finman is telling me about money. “There’s US dollars, and UK pounds, and euros, and they’re backed by the government,” he says. “But the governme.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Here come the Tiger Tech Moms

By :- Kate, On April 27, 2016 in ::-Featured
Is your toddler coding yet? Booked into tech camp? Fluent in Java? You need to get with the program. Will Pavia meets Liz Bacelar, one of a new breed of (very) competitive mothers determined to raise the Mark Zuckerbergs of the future. How do we make sure our children do not study a humanities subject at university? That is the question for the modern parent. Whether ’tis nobler in the mind.... {{ Continue Reading }}

Spring Cleaning

By :- Kate, On April 27, 2016 in ::-Home
While Spring Cleaning is not a topic that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat with excitement, there are aspects of doing it that give you the feeling of achievement. I received this email from an online friend and she said: (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}

5 Signs Your House is Harbouring Mice

By :- Kate, On April 20, 2016 in ::-Home
It might seem like it would be easy to identify whether mice are living in the walls of your house, but, unfortunately, they can often slip by unnoticed, at least for a few weeks. Mice can spread diseases and cause structure damage to your home, so they need to be dealt with as soon as possible. The first step is understanding just how to identify their presence. (more…).... {{ Continue Reading }}

School’s Out!

By :- Kate, On April 4, 2016 in ::-Children
One of the things that has always been hammered into us by our parents and those entrepreneurial businessmen who have been successful is that you must have a good basic education. As a parent we do everything we can to make sure our kids are doing okay at school, not having any social problems, getting on with their teachers, and basically having a good educational experience. As the kids progress.... {{ Continue Reading }}

The Easiest Way To Help Your Family Cope....

By :- Kate, On April 2, 2016 in ::-Tips
Coping with a divorce isn’t one of the easiest things to do in the world. Helping your family to cope with divorce can be really tough, but it’s necessary if you want to make sure you all recover from it as best you can. These steps will help you on the easiest way to coping: Talk About it in an Age Appropriate Way Make sure you talk about the divorce in an age appropriate way. If you have m.... {{ Continue Reading }}