Thursday, 30 January 2020

Kid Makes Fortune Selling Sweets at School | Rich Kids Go Shopping


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Tactics to Control Household Finances with a Prepaid Debit Card

Tactics to Control Household Finances with a Prepaid Debit Card


Wednesday, 29 January 2020

How To Be An Amazing Parent

How To Be An Amazing Parent

I met a woman who made me smile when she told me, "Patrick I do love children, I just can't eat a whole one"
Many parents I meet have made the biggest mistake in their lives by placing more importance on the pursuit of money than on their children. Parents work long hours and children suffer. Never put money before children or your spouse, not if you want a loving relationship and an amazing life.

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Tuesday, 28 January 2020

A First-Time Parent’s Guide to Buying Baby Products Online

A First-Time Parent’s Guide to Buying Baby Products Online

A cute little nose, such small fingers, and that broken smile. Having a child is so blissful. It is so delicate and you want to protect it from everything and that feeling is so special. Obviously, you also want to provide the best things for your little baby but how will you know what is good for your baby and what is not. Therefore, here are some things to do while buying baby products online for the first time.
As a first-time parent, the first and foremost thing you must do is to make a complete list of all the necessary things that you’ll need in the early days of your new-born baby. If you don’t do so, not only you could end up forgetting things, but also could end up buying a lot of unnecessary things. So, to make sure you’ll not forget any of the baby essentials, keep yourself organized with a handy checklist that makes online shopping a breeze.
Compare and save
Before you're going to buy a product online, don't forget to compare its rates across different online stores to get it at the lowest price possible. Otherwise, after some time, you might find yourself stuck with outrageous credit card fees and penalties. Since different online stores sell the same product at different prices, it must be your foremost priority to find where your favorite product is available at the cheapest price.
As you’re preparing for the arrival of your new baby, you may find yourself short on time. Going out and shopping for hours on end can also be very tiring. Fortunately, you can save yourself some time and energy by shopping for new baby products online. There are tons of great baby products and great deals online, so you should do your best to take advantage of this. Just be sure to read the fine print before you make any purchases. You may need to send something back or exchange it, and you’ll want to be sure that you can do that. Shop for new baby products through online retailers and get a discount on products by using coupons.
Aim for simplicity
while buying clothes for your new-born, keep simplicity in your mind. In my opinion, simple clothes with no exotic additions are the best type of clothing you can ever buy for your little one. That's mainly because a cloth containing harsh chemicals and dyes may cause your new-born itching and rashes. Hence, before hitting the purchase button, make sure all clothing is free from all kinds of harsh chemical bleaches or dyes.
Consider comfort
Comfort is something that must be at the top of the priority list while purchasing a baby product. Just like us, new-borns also like to be comfortable. And when they're comfortable, they feel happier, which further helps them sleep better. As a new-born baby generally sleeps over 18 hours per day, make sure the product you're planning to buy for your little-loved one will be gentle and smooth on his/her skin. To keep your baby happy and comfortable, consider buying products made of fabrics like cotton. You can check Firstcry baby products for your baby.
As babies grow like a weed, you must be very careful when choosing the size of products for your baby. In fact, a general rule of thumb is to go for products that are one or two sizes bigger than your baby's actual size. To avoid buying a smaller size, consider checking sizing charts given along with the description of a product. Also, don't buy too many clothes in advance because your baby will never get to wear half of them.
When buying baby products online, take full advantage of the offers, coupons, and discounts run by online retailers. Doing so will help you purchase your selected products at the lowest prices possible, which cuts your online expenditure to a great extent. Performing a quick Google search, you can easily find hundreds of coupon codes for your preferred shopping store. Another great way to keep you in tune with those exciting deals is signing up via email to receive special offers.

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Monday, 27 January 2020

6 Ways to Motivate Preschool Kids to Keep Our Environment Clean

6 Ways to Motivate Preschool Kids to Keep Our Environment Clean

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There are several adults who contribute in their own ways to the recycling process. Though we all know that recycling lays a crucial foundation for our community, it is completely on the adults to make sure that our kids understand the need to recycle and look after our planet Earth.
The most important concept that is to be introduced to the preschoolers is recycling and sustainability. You need to look out for ways to get them involved if you want your children to participate in their learning. Motivate them to be an active learner instead of a passive bystander.
So, how do we do this?
Today, I bring you a list of 6 such activities that you can share with your preschooler. The best parts…get them started NOW!

1. Composting

Children do love to play their part, so, why not give them the lead role of a family compost monitor?
Kids can help in a lot to collect the scraps and leftovers from the kitchen in a special bucket or a tabletop bin with a lid.
They even carry them out to the garden bin or simply feed the worms and chicken. This will help a lot if you have a family compost bun in the garden or a worm farm or poultry.
Your preschoolers can also collect the leaves, weeds and other materials that have formed a pile of rubbish and dispose of them in the compost bin.
Give your kid a child-sized rake and shovel that will motivate them in this task.

2. Always carry green bags

The green reusable shopping bags are easily recognized by the kids here.
Instead of throwing the plastic bag in the bin and adding up to the rubbish pile, it will be a clever thing to do when you take the same bag over and over again the while you go out for shopping the next time.
You can assist in making the kids feel important that you are placing them in charge of holding the bag for you until you reach the checkout. The older children can also be taught to keep the bags clean and folding and storing them for the next time.
This is how you can encourage them to the fullest.

3. Sharing those older toys

Children should be encouraged to go through their old toys and clothes periodically every 6 months and choose sort things that they will no longer use and give them out to the local op shops.
You can well utilize this opportunity where you can speak and discuss with your preschoolers about recycling of toys, clothes and other things so that the others would love using them. You can also speak to older children how fortunate they are of possessing them and there are others who are not so lucky.
There are children who usually depend on others for warm clothes and toys so, this way you can raise awareness in your kids. 

4. Reusing paper and cardboard

You will be simply left in awe in how excited the kids can get about something that is so simple if they feel that they are being useful.
So this point is an easy one. You need to provide some materials for a craft to children so that they can decorate the paper recycling box beautifully, so here all you need is to set up a box or a bin.
When the other family members are finished with them give your preschoolers the task of collecting the magazines, newspapers, and other junk mails and putting them in the box.
You can also help them to tip it into the household recycling wheelie bin for collection or taking down to the local recycling center when the box is overloaded and completely full.

5. Recycling the materials for the craft

This job is loved by several kids out there. You can motivate your kid and show them the true value and the art of collecting unused materials from your home.
This is something that they can choose to express creativity in them. You also need to speak to them about the concepts of reuse, recycle and reclaim to make something “NEW”.

6. Sorting out the wastes in correct bins

In several places, you are going to find the recycling and waste program that is there. There are rubbish bins, recycling bins and organic bins for waste categorization.
It is very important to sort out the waste correctly and dispose of them in the correct bin before the junks are taken away by the professional rubbish removal handlers.
For this, you need to educate yourself a bit as well as help your kids to recognize the different bins and what they are for.
The sense of responsibility here is loved by the preschoolers and they enjoy it a lot. They can help you to transfer from the smaller bins to the household bins. 
These are some of the useful ways where you can get active participation from your kids.
So, there you go- these simple 6 ways will have your kids involved and they are also filled with enthusiasm about recycling 

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Thursday, 23 January 2020

I Ignored Dave Ramsey's Advice...

Really Want To Help Your Kids? Read This....



Today I just want to give you a straightforward personal recommendation, so here goes:
What if you could:
  • Show your kids how they can finally make their wishes come true
  • Help your child experience systematic accomplishment again and again (after you're done, you'll know for sure they will ALWAYS be okay...)
  • Show your child the way to repeated success and the pride of achievement
  • Help your child feel significant and competent... because now their success does NOT depend on their teachers, or even you!
  • Give your child a TRUE SENSE OF PURPOSE (it'll carry them through thick and thin, for the rest of their lives)
Well, if you ever thought about teaching your kids or grandchildren (or yourself for that matter!) about goal setting using the Law of Attraction, then this is definitely something you'll want to check out.




Wednesday, 22 January 2020

Millionaire At 17!!!

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One interesting bit of news that really got my attention this week was that of Nick D’Aloisio, the 17-year-old millionaire (yes, millionaire at 17!), who sold his smartphone app called Summly to Yahoo for a cool $30 million!

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It’s quite an interesting story actually: D’Aloisio started using the computer at 9, and began writing apps for smartphones (particular the iPhone and the iOS) in 2008 when he was 12 – back when the Apple SDK was made released to public.

Monday, 20 January 2020

Why You May Not Be Saving Enough Of Your Salary!

Piggy Bank, Money, Savings, Financial


Did you know that today is both cheese lovers day and blue Monday?
Blue Monday is  a Monday in January, typically the third Monday of the month, that is characterized as the most depressing day of the year (unless you are a cheese lover I suppose!).
Anyway today I wanted to bring you a little known and rather worrying statistic and that is the decline in the personal savings rate (the part of income that people save).
In the USA in 1960 the personal savings rate was 10.4%, by the end of 2018 it had dropped to 8.8% and was as low as 7.9% by the end of last year.
Savings and investment are a vital part of anyone’s financial planning so the fall in savings is not a good sign, particularly if we bear in mind that we should be saving at least 10% of our income!
To get a good overview of how and why to save or invest money I would recommend you read “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. It’s possibly the most influential book on personal finance ever written.
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Speak soon
Jeremy

Friday, 17 January 2020

What's Your Favourite Bedtime Story?

Child, Fun, Family, Love, Play, Baby

Jeremy here!
I hope you’re having a really good week. I know that getting up early in the cold and heading off for work seems to be harder than ever in the month of January.
On the brighter side I can already see a difference in the brightness of the sky when I leave work at 4pm. Plus there is always something uplifting about Fridays with the weekend coming and a chance to get back to normal life.
As you know being a parent in the 21st century is no easy thing. One thing I’m noticing more and more in my work with kids is the fact that they don’t seem to have the same concentration as before.
Like it or not we have to face the fact that our kids spend virtually every minute of every day focused on a screen.
And yet I’m still sure that there is value in books and I have fond memories of my parents reading me wonderful books like “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory” and “Winnie The Pooh”.
Today I’m recommending to you again my book of the month; “I Need Money”. It’s a book written about money and it's for kids in language that they will understand. Click here to order your copy.
Have a great weekend and speak soon
Jeremy

Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Find out Who Ate All The Pies this Christmas!!

Obese, Weight, Loss, Man, Nutritionist
Jeremy here again.
Did you know that January is named after Janus the two headed God who had one head looking back to the previous year and one looking forward to the rest of this year. I’m not much into gods, but it is an interesting idea.
Looking on the internet there are two big social media pushes for January firstly there is #DryJanuary obviously not for the weather but to counter the indulgence over Christmas.
Incidentally I had myself weighed last week at Slimming World and was 5.5 pounds heavier than my pre-Christmas weight!
The other push is #Veganuary and veganism is becoming a huge movement these days and no longer seems to be a passing fad.
January is also a time to pull in the purse strings and reign in spending. My advice to you is to make a budget and keep track of all your expenses.
You can find some great ideas for earning, saving and managing money in the book “I Need Money” .
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Speak soon
Jeremy

Monday, 13 January 2020

This Could Save You From A Financial Shock!

Broke, Poor, Bankrupt, Bankruptcy

Jeremy here,
Well it may be a cold, bleak Monday in January, but there’s always something going on to smile about.
On Saturday we went to look at a new business proposition that was very exciting and something I’ve always wanted to do; I’ll let you know more if it comes off.
My wife and I also went to the cinema to see 1917; it’s an absolutely amazing film that really grips you right from the start.