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Downsizing 101: How to Embrace a Smaller Home and Simpler Lifestyle

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The saying in America goes, “bigger is better,” right? But is it always right? When it comes to homes, the reality is a bit more complicated. Many people are rethinking this notion and looking to do the opposite when it comes to their housing situation. Large homes require more work and upkeep and the space encourages us to fill them with things we don’t need. Not to mention how much more expensive they are. Read more

5 Fun Cleaning Games to Teach Your Kids How to Clean House

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After a long day, the last thing you want to do is step on a rogue Lego or put your hand in a sticky pile of spilled juice. But with kids? Anything is possible. However, the burden of cleaning doesn’t all have to fall on your shoulders. Teaching your kids to clean can help them develop good habits that will prevent any messy playrooms or crumb-covered countertops. And what’s more? You can even teach them to have fun while doing it. 

We’ve compiled a list of fun cleaning games  that can help your kids learn to love cleaning. Read more

Tips to Host and Celebrate Thanksgiving Dinner During the Pandemic

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With the COVID-19 pandemic still being a factor for most of our family and friends, the holidays may look and feel a little different this year. Thankfully, nothing has been outright canceled yet, and with a little adjustment and smart precautions, there is still plenty to celebrate. The safest options, if you’re planning to host Thanksgiving this year, is an outdoor feast or a completely virtual one. The following tips will help ensure you can still host a successful pandemic friendly Thanksgiving get-together. Read more

Tips to Help You Work From Home and Parent Too

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These days it’s all a balancing act – working from home, online schooling, and parenting – all while trying to keep your sanity. The pandemic has forced many parents to work from home either full or part-time. While working remotely has its benefits, such as having no daily commute and being able to work in the comfort of your home, it also has its drawbacks. You’re now spending day and night in your home which means that if not kept in check, your professional and personal life can blend into one. Read more

How to Avoid Common Leg Problems for Aging Moms

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Are you experiencing a lot of leg pain, even though you know you didn’t injure yourself?

Leg pain is a common issue that almost everyone will experience at some point throughout their lives. Weakness, numbness, tingling, swelling, and especially varicose veins are some of the problems women experience as they get older. You may not be able to reverse aging, but you can manage and even avoid these common leg problems. Diet changes, proper posture, physical activity, and enough rest are some simple yet effective ways to prevent and manage many of these issues. Keep reading to find out more about the common leg issues in older women and how to avoid them! Read more

Importance of Your Kid’s Nutrition During The Pandemic

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Everyone is keeping multiple plates spinning right now as we are all adjusting to a new way of life in light of the ongoing global pandemic. Millions of people are currently working from home, and kids are learning from home to slow the spread of the virus. We live in stressful, uncertain times, and it can be easy to let some things fall to the wayside. However, as tempting it might be to relax on nutrition and eat whatever sounds or feels good, nutrition is too important to toss aside. It is one thing to eat whatever you want as an adult, but children are dependent on food to develop and grow properly. Our daily lives have been upended, which is all the more reason to focus on your child’s diet to ensure they are receiving the nutrition they need to weather this storm, prevent complications like leaky gut, candida, or anemia, and have every advantage for the future. Read more

8 FAQs About Invisalign Only an Experienced Dentist Can Answer

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Invisalign is a hassle-free alternative to conventional metal braces. Apart from saving you from a hurtful battle with metal caps and wires, Invisalign aligners are also transparent. That means people of all ages and professions can utilize this treatment for their misalignment problems. The process involves the use of advanced 3D computer imaging technology. The images help determine the movement of your teeth throughout the treatment. Later, aligners are customized using thermoplastic material.

This article aims to answer the most commonly asked questions about the Invisalign treatment and more so that you can make an informed decision to improve upon your beautiful smile. Read more

Simple Self-Care Practices to Relax and Recharge Breastfeeding Mothers

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There are many advantages to breastfeeding a baby, but it can be stressful, time-consuming, painful, and downright exhausting. And when you add caring for a newborn on top of all that, you may not have the time, energy, or motivation to do much else — let alone focus on self-care. However, self-care is essential to the health and well-being of you and your baby — and the following practices from Mommifried can help to give your mind, body, and soul the attention it needs as you breastfeed your newborn and adjust to motherhood.  Read more

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