3 Signs Your Child Is Ready for Preschool

As a parent, you get to make the choice of whether or not your child goes to preschool, as well as when they go. This can sometimes be a hard decision for you to make because of how emotional it is. You may not be ready to let them go to preschool, but they may feel ready to go. The key is to see how they are acting and see if they show signs that they are ready to begin preschool and that it will actually be very beneficial for them. [Read More]

4 Training Tips For Learning Pilots

Learning to become a pilot is definitely an exciting time in one's life, but it's not easy. Getting your license is challenging and requires a great deal of studying and training. To make this journey a bit easier and learn the ropes faster, here are four training tips to consider: Bring the Cockpit Home: An easy way to quickly learn the controls in the cockpit is to bring it home. Basically, you can snap a picture of the actual cockpit and learn the controls for each button and lever or you can somehow build a replica with cardboard and sit it around you while you sit at home in your armchair. [Read More]

How To Home School Your Children Of Different Ages

Are you brand new to home schooling? Perhaps you became disenchanted with regular schooling. Or maybe you just decided that your children could be safer at home and that they could learn more from one-on-one instruction. If you have children of different ages, you may be wondering how to give each of them appropriate learning activities. Think of your home school as a one-room school like the ones they had in the olden days. [Read More]

Three Ongoing Ways Parents Can Help Manage A Teen's Anxiety Disorder

Watching your child suffer with anxiety can be so difficult as a parent. You want to be able to help them relax and take life as it comes, but nothing you do seems to completely ease their worries. It's important to remember that managing your teen's anxiety is a long, uphill battle, not a one-off fight. Here are some ways you can help manage your teen's anxiety disorder with ongoing support and assistance. [Read More]