Top 10 Remote Jobs in 2022

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Many people find it better to work remotely due to their convenience and flexibility. A few examples of Google Certified remote jobs are Freelance translator, Digital marketer, Technical support engineer, Blogger, Social Media Marketing. Having a remote job can save you money and time by eliminating your travel expenses and reducing other problems associated with working in a traditional workplace. Read More

Interview with Mom’s Choice Award-Winner Shreya Gupta

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For this interview, we were able to catch up with Shreya Gupta, author of the Mom’s Choice Award-Winning book, The Flip Side! This is Shreya’s second Mom’s Choice Award as well as her second MCA interview! Shreya has been very busy since her last interview in August of 2020, and we got to discuss with her what exactly she’s been up to since then. Since her last interview, she has published her new award-winning book, The Flip Side, which is a story about overcoming the very real and negative effects of cyberbullying. Did we mention Shreya is only 12 years old! Keep reading to find out more about the amazing Shreya Gupta and her award-winning book, The Flip Side! Read More

Stress-Free Travel With Your Entire Family

Stress-Free Travel With Your Entire Family Featured

When it comes to traveling with your family, the three biggest obstacles are planning, budget, and logistics. However, when you want your children to have an expanded view of the world, you have to learn how to overcome these inconveniences. Read More

10 Things to Consider When Buying A Stroller

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One of the items on every new parent’s checklist is a stroller for the child. Every parent and child benefits from a good stroller, and it’s an investment that will last for years.

Let’s go over some of the factors to consider when buying the best stroller for your child. Read More

The Power of Attitude & Beliefs in Individualized Education Programs

The Power of Attitude & Beliefs in Individualized Education Programs Featured

Attitude & Belief(s) from various stakeholders in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team can have a massive impact on the IEPs. The A & B(s) manifestations are quite insignificant initially as these are invisible. With time it gets inherited from one tier to the other and gets carried to gain power incrementally. Later upon reflection, this A & B(s) was square 1 along with other factors. Becoming aware – of their existence and their mechanisms in the IEPs will be significant for IEP implementations. Thus A & B(s) play a pivotal role in IEPs. Positive A & B(s) from team members( parents, teachers, Director and therapists etc.) would reflect as skills acquisitions and growth while Negative ones can cause slow-limited gains in the IEPs, unless these dynamics are changed. Read More

Interview with Mom’s Choice Award-Winner M. C. Abushar, Ed.D.

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We were lucky enough to get some time with M. C. Abushar, Ed.D., author, and illustrator of the MCA award-winning “Tyler, the Rabbit” series! We want to sit down with M.C and see what she has been up to since we last spoke to her back in June 2021! Since last June, M. C. has released Tyler’s Cosmic Vision, the fourth book in the “Tyler, the Rabbit” series. Tyler’s Cosmic Vision is a children’s book that is entertaining while also educating children on safety tactics and healthy play habits. If you’re looking for the perfect children’s book to read to your little ones for the upcoming Easter holiday, Tyler’s Cosmic Vision is a perfect choice! Keep reading to find out more about M.C. and her award-winning book, Tyler’s Cosmic Vision! Read More

Must Have College Break Discussions

Must Have College Break Discussions Featured

College students are dropping out at alarming rates. Therapists and counselors are overwhelmed with the demand for mental health care and are struggling greatly to keep up. Parents are having the toughest discussions ever imagined with their students over winter break. Those discussions revolve around suicide and depression. Unfortunately, these topics are front and center for today’s college students. So how do you have those conversations? Read More

Modern Virtual Assistants for Moms: How to Cope with the Rhythm of Life if You Are a Single Mother

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Few jobs in the world are as difficult as being a single mother. You have to balance the needs of your child, yourself, your work, and your household as a whole. Fortunately, the modern-day is filled with various forms of technology, specialized gadgets, and information that can help single moms a great deal. With that in mind, take a look at these tools that can help make your day a bit easier than ever before. Read More