Archives for February 2020
Raising eco-friendly children has never become a necessity until today. With all the environmental issues we are facing, it is a must that we raise children to be more conscious about nature and the planet.
Although getting children to care about their surrounding may seem like a daunting task, it is highly doable. In fact, there are many simple ways to nurture the little ones’ interest in nature. Here are a few easy ways to help you in raising eco-friendly children:
Show them how to Save Water
Children learn by imitation and the best way to teach them to do something is by showing them. When you lecture them about saving water, show them how it is done. Show them how to save water by using a glass when brushing their teeth. You can also demonstrate the proper way of using the shower and saving water while taking a bath.
Adopt a Pet
Adopting a pet is an effective way to encourage empathy and responsibility in children. It is also a practical way to get them to care for nature. It might be a major decision for the family, but you can start by adopting a hamster or a rabbit. You can move on to adopting bigger pets, like a cat or a dog, when your child is older.[Read more…]
Saw this quote on the yoga app I am using and it is quite timely for my gratitude post. Indeed, starting our day with gratitude results to a much better day. Focusing on those things that light us up, like the birds chirping outdoors, the cold weather, time spent with our loved ones, will bring more joy and happiness.
For this week, I am thankful for:[Read more…]
Being a first time car owner is such an exciting phase in anyone’s life. It is such a big accomplishment for some, and for some others, even a dream come true. You may be all too ready to take your new car for a spin, but here are a few things you might want to consider before you do just that:
Read your Owner’s Manual
Some first time car owners might find reading the owner’s manual a tedious and boring task. You must remember that it will save you a time and money to get to know your car better. Your owner’s manual contains valuable information about your new vehicle, as well as other details that you might not know.
Keep Tabs on your Regular Maintenance
One of the major things you have to consider as a first-time car owner is to keep tabs on your regular maintenance schedule. The good performance and long service your car can provide will depend largely on how you keep up with your regular maintenance. These include changing oil and fluids, timing belt, tire replacements, among others.[Read more…]