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How to Help Your Child Overcome Mathsphobia (A Fear of Maths)

It’s not uncommon for children to develop mathsphobia (a fear of maths).

This fear can be debilitating and stop them from enjoying school or doing well in their exams, which is why it’s important to make sure your child doesn’t suffer alone. Here are a few ways you can help overcome mathsphobia!

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5 Ways to Make Money Online as a Busy Parent

In this post, Peter Watton from OddsMonkey shares five ways to make some extra cash with just a laptop and a few spare hours a day.

Whether you work full-time, part-time, or are a stay-at-home mum, it’s always nice to have some extra money coming in. From contributing towards bills to topping up your savings, generating an additional income through a side hustle can make achieving your financial goals a lot easier — but it can also mean you have some extra spending money for treats and trips out.

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Why You Should Stay Optimistic – Even Now!

It can sometimes be hard to stay optimistic after the past couple of years battling Covid-19 and its resulting lockdowns. Despite this, we still have plenty to be pessimistic about!

However, it is worth making the extra effort to stay optimistic. Having a positive outlook on life can make you happier and more energetic. Here are a few reasons to remain optimistic:

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5 Work-Related Stress Busters You Can Start Anytime

Stress; everyone experiences this from time to time. You may be so stressed out about your job that it makes you sick or can cause extreme tension in your relationship. Stress is a major cause of health problems, leading to job absenteeism and lost productivity. It can also cause other health issues and sickness.

That’s why it’s recommended you turn to some of the stress-busters outlined below. These are techniques that you can use, no matter what type of work environment you are in.

Smooth Skin Can Now Be Yours With Botox

Want Smoother Skin? It Could Be Yours with Botox.

Having a youthful appearance is something that most women desire, irrespective of one’s age, job and position in life. Is it wrong to wish for something that can be achieved? Never. 

During the lockdown, you may have been trying several home remedies and just about any beauty hack you could get your hands on to get your desired youthful look. Be it for Zoom meetings, Facetime – or just so you could recognise yourself in the mirror – you were not there! But has it all gone in vain? 

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Memory Games for Children

In 2005 (a full three years before the launch of the App Store), a brain training video game became an overnight sensation in a way that would not be seen again until 2016’s Pokemon Go. The game was everywhere. The premise was simple. You solve the puzzles in as short a time as possible and the game – which was ostensibly based on principles of neuroscience – would tell you your mental age. It was sort of a fun way for people who knew they were smart to show off, and for those who knew their cognitive abilities had been collecting dust since high school to share a laugh at their pre-teen mental age.

Working From Home: Lockdown and Beyond

Recent global events have seen many people make the shift from onsite working to remote work in the safety of their own homes.

For some people, working from home is an ideal situation, as it removes the need for a lengthy commute, an early start or added expenses of renting an office or shop space. Meetings can be conducted via Skype or Zoom, and many businesses have taken advantage of organisational software in order to keep things running smoothly. Therefore, both employees and employers may find that working remotely has its benefits – even if the present situation requires parents to homeschool while doing this.

5 Ways to Earn Money from Home During Coronavirus Lockdown

5 Ways to Earn Money from Home During Coronavirus Lockdown

Between usual everyday errands and work responsibilities that every woman deals with, finding a way to earn some extra cash is rather difficult. Now that there is a lockdown around the world due to the impact of the Coronavirus spread, it’s now hard to go out into the world together work, so we have to think outside the box and look for ways to make money from home.

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Time Management Hack No. 1: Outsource as Much as Possible

I’m all for being as sociable and friendly as possible. But – and it’s a big but – when it comes to time management, if you don’t nip the constant distractions in the bud, you really will suffer the consequences.

Whether you work for yourself, or in a large organisation, there will always be that one person who wants to chat all day long about everything and nothing. 

Three tips to get your old spark back before returning to work

To many women, the prospect of returning to work after taking time out to raise a child may be daunting. Many mothers choose to remain at home for several years in order to give their child the best start in life, but once their child starts school the prospect of returning to work looms, and many women can feel out of the loop.

This is understandable, as in today’s career driven society, much can change in a relatively short period of time. But with the correct attitude, confidence and determination, there is no reason you shouldn’t be able to re-enter the world of work in a position you want and deserve.

The single working mum’s guide to finding love again

Coming out of a long-term relationship can be a sad and scary time particularly if you have young children to look after, but it can be liberating and exciting too.

Once you feel ready to meet someone new, you might find that the world has changed a bit since you last dated! Nowadays, there is so much more opportunity to meet people that you would never have bumped into otherwise, thanks of course to online dating.