Nose picking is one of the most common and annoying habits your child can develop. Your child might start picking his nose because it's itchy, infected, irritated or just because he's curious. But once he starts, you'll need to nip the habit in the bud if you want to stop a child from nose picking. If not, you will have to deal with increased nasal infection and potential … [Read more...] about How to Stop a Child From Nose Picking
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There are so many tradeshows in every single industry. How do you know which trade show will be worth the investment? These days trade shows cost in the ballpark of $3000-5000 just to exhibit at your booth and that doesn't include the cost to ship your goods, renting some accessories for your booth, travel, hotel, food, etc. So, here are some tips on how to … [Read more...] about Picking the Right Trade Show
The holiday season. I liken it to an express train on a long, straight track: You can see it coming from miles away, but you don’t realize how fast it’s approaching until it’s flying by, leaving your ears ringing, your hair a windswept mess, and the pit of your stomach churning with unspent adrenaline. With several decades of adulthood, parenthood, and small business … [Read more...] about All Aboard the Holiday Express…
We’re one month into autumn. School and work and life schedules have reverted to some sort of “normal” structure. Sweaters and suits have come out of closets to replace bikinis and sunglasses. Leaves are changing from green to red, gold, and brown, or, depending on where you are, have already begun to fall. There’s a heavy note of regularity in the air, a feeling of going back … [Read more...] about Fall is the New Spring
We took three “First Day of Kindergarten” pictures this year. There was our son's first day of virtual kindergarten – August 24. Then his first day of hybrid kindergarten – November 10. Two weeks after that, we went back to all-virtual school. We started round two of hybrid kindergarten again at the end of February. And then, finally, in April, we took our son's “First Day of … [Read more...] about We Survived Virtual Kindergarten!