When families are stuck inside with TVs and video games to entertain the kids, family exercise becomes more important. Sitting around all the time isn’t healthy. What’s a parent to do when they don’t have a yard, there’s mud outside, or it’s too cold or too hot to venture outdoors for a romp? So Here’s 7 Best Home Workout For Kids…
Is your dinner table a battleground, filled with kids’ faces scowling at the foods on their plates? Maybe you’re one of those fortunate parents with ‘good eaters’ but you’re aren’t sure which foods will best support your children’s growth and health. Today is your lucky day! Read on to learn more about the best food for kids, why they’re best and how to get your children to eat them.
You don’t need to empty your wallet from getting a spa treatment or buying face masks after face masks at your favorite beauty store. You don’t need to harm your skin with ingredients and chemicals you don’t recognize on various face mask labels. Natural DIY face masks made a splash when the pandemic first hit, but there’s no reason we need to go back to our ways before the pandemic. You can pamper yourself right at home – it’s cheaper than a facial, doesn’t require an appointment, gives our skin a much-needed break from harmful chemicals in over-the-counter products, and is fun to mix up!
If you have irritation and redness on your skin, especially now during the pandemic, is your medical face mask giving overwhelming and irritating your skin? You should try this DIY face mask that helps soothe and calm your skin. The good part is that it is made with all-natural ingredients, easy and quick to make, and it’s cost-friendly.
Kids need vegetables in their diets and there’s just no getting around that. Given that the experts recommend up to 4 servings of vegetables for kids per day by the time they’re 8 years old, though, it might not be that easy. So what do you do if your kids just aren’t into the healthy stuff? We have 5 rules you can follow.
We consistently bought a well-known brand of vitamins for kids from Costco, and I trusted that they were healthy and nutrient-packed. I can’t depend on my five-year-old to eat what I put on his plate every night, but I thought I could depend on the vitamin manufacturer to pack in the things I couldn’t. Right?