Being a mama can be overwhelming sometimes! There are personal tasks to keep track of, work obligations to prioritize, and, of course, your children and their needs (which almost always take precedence above everything else). In all that craziness, something that often gets overlooked is home risks.
Although you may think you live in a safe space, there may be some underlying concerns that can severely compromise the safety of you and your loved ones. Read More
When it comes to making a house a home, there are quite a few factors involved: customizing the layout, redesigning rooms so that they are conducive to work and play, and, of course, making areas like your outdoor space more kid-friendly.
Anyone who has kids knows that without intention around different sections of your home… you’re apt to get yourself and your loved ones into some danger. The good news is, as long as you think about designing ahead of time, there are ways you can make a space safe without losing its sophisticated, adult-like charm. Read More
Research shows that parental involvement in learning is the most significant indicator of a child’s performance in school. In fact, it even surpasses the impact that teachers and the learning environment have on the child. So, given just how significant your involvement in your child’s education is, you may be wondering exactly how you can help your kid learn better. Here are four key ways to help your child succeed in school. Read More