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The idea of having house rules or family rules sounds like tyranny, the last thing parents want for their kids

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But when done right, house rules for kids provide needed structure and predictability. The family members understand the existence and purpose of the rule. The kids feels safer, and everyone’s stress — particularly yours — goes down. Now, there’s a big difference between any rule and the right rule. So we asked a variety of child psychologists and therapists to suggest family rules and house rules that parents of children 4 to 7 years old should consider enforcing. Some are for the kids, and some are for parents. But, in truth, all rules are for the adults to follow and...

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Cheap by Choice: How to Embrace a Non-Consumer Lifestyle

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By Daisy Luther As a parent, sometimes I’ve asked my kids to do things they don’t want to do.  (Haven’t we all?)  The biggest key to their success in the endeavor is their attitude. Scenario #1: Me: Kiddo, it’s time to swap your winter clothes for your spring clothes. Please go through your closet, sort through your winter clothes, and get rid of the stuff that’s too small or that you don’t want anymore. Kiddo:  I don’t want to!  I hate this! It’s not fair!!! Kiddo goes through the closet, angrily shoving things in a garbage bag without taking a...

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search This page contains material that is kept because it is considered humorous

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It is not meant to be taken seriously. “ What mighty contests rise from trivial things ” An unidentified clerk (centre) tries to bring an end to a great edit war involving dozens of respected editors. At her feet, three bewildered newcomers are seen caught in the middle of the dispute. Two editors at each others' throats, while engaging in an Edit war. Soon a referee will pull them apart and decide their fates at WP:AN3 Occasionally, even experienced Wikipedians lose their heads and devote every waking moment to edit warring over the most trivial thing, wasting time debating topics...

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Run out of cool things to do at home? Expat Living intern Nur Maisarah Abubakare asked the team for some of the apps they can’t put down at the moment – from games and fitness to virtual travel and more

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Here are 15 recommended apps for beating the lockdown blues! #1 Heads Up! If you love an addictive game of charades, Heads Up! will be right up your alley. Aside from being free, it has a big-name celebrity endorsement in the form of Ellen Degeneres! How to play? Your phone shows a card that you can’t see; then, the other players try to mime the person or thing on the card. Your job is to guess what your card says before time runs out. Available for iOS and Android. #2 Houseparty This one has had plenty of global buzz through...

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If you are interested or simply curious about the best drywall screw guns in 2020, then this read will prove eye-opening

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As you know, driving a screw through drywall isn’t always easy. They are chances that you will ruin the surface. The screw may not go through well, and also it may leave the heads popping out or uneven. The biggest culprit in all this is the method and also a tool used to drive the screws in. This is where a screw gun specifically meant for drywall comes handy. But not every option you come across will deliver good outcomes. It may be powerful but low on torque. The speed may be a little low. It may feel heavy or...

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