Sunday, 23 April 2017 20:07 Written by David Green
One of the few things you would be hard pressed to find is a parent who would be comfortable with their child not learning how to read.
Saturday, 22 April 2017 15:52 Written by Dwayne Matthews
Cloud computing, Moore’s law and the doubling capacity of microchips, have created an opportunity for massive amounts of information and connectivity, that is converging with human creativity.
Friday, 24 March 2017 23:13 Written by Micca Vanvield
Winter is almost over and it is definitely that time to start thinking about what to do with the family for summer break, the next busiest travel season of the year.
Sunday, 20 November 2016 18:20 Written by Monique Taylor Yee Shui
The last time we traveled to Jamaica, we needed a vacation after the vacation! Thanksgiving was coming around and although I was tired, the foodie in me (also the fact that I come from a family that always celebrates holidays with a special meal) couldn’t let Thanksgiving go by without preparing something spectacular.
Saturday, 10 September 2016 14:06 Written by Janét Aizenstros
Our current world is really good at reinforcing to our children that they need to have everything they want right now. It doesn’t teach them to be patient with others, but rather that everyone should be at their beck and call.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… nope not Christmas, but back to school!! As we prepare ourselves with back to school shopping, scheduling, bedtimes, wake up times, and the dreaded lunches that don’t get eaten, I want to help you with one prep item that sometimes doesn’t make our list. How to build open communication with your child’s new teacher right away!
One aspect of parenting that I struggled with the most was getting my children to listen to me all of the time. I would usually have to say things 20 times or raise my voice before they clicked in and followed through with what I asked. It was so frustrating!
Here's the thing, I’m really outgoing. I can do anything on stage, say hello to strangers, do stand up, impersonations and joke with my friends for hours. That’s with friends or on stage, the rest of my life I spend struggling with small talk and God forbid I find a man attractive.
Tuesday, 03 November 2015 15:21 Written by The Professional Dater
I don’t have a problem getting dates as I seem to fit the “norm” of what is considered attractive but, I don’t go on a lot of second dates, mostly because I know when I’m not into someone and I’d rather not waste my time.