Peril of Teachers in San Francisco

The Unvoiced Peril of Teachers in San Francisco

April 27, 2018

The turnover rate has been on a steady increase with teachers in San Francisco, according to a study by the National Department for Education Statistics. In other states the welfare of teachers is put into consideration so that they can attain a certain level of economic stability while creating working conditions that would allow them to provide the […]


How Your Parenting Style Can Affect Your Health

April 20, 2018

Can your parenting style be harmful to your health? Well, it depends. For several years, studies have gauged the connection between mental health and parenting. Most parents are not aware that a relaxed or a perfectionist parenting style can affect your health. Some researchers have reported that bringing up a child influences our well-being and […]

a taste of tel hi

Why You Wouldn’t Want To Miss “A Taste of Tel Hi 2018”

April 13, 2018

A Taste of Tel Hi is Tel Hi’s biggest annual fundraising event. It brings together business leaders, civic-minded individuals, local politicians and people from all walks of life for an inspiring and fun evening. Funds raised during this night go towards serving the needs of children, youth, families, and seniors in the North Beach, Fisherman’s […]

man holding ice cream

Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day Is Coming To San Francisco

April 5, 2018

Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day is an annual event that takes place all around the globe. From 12 to 8 p.m, the Vermont-based company will hand out free cones of ice cream at its Scoop Shop locations all over the world. Customers will be able to select classic flavors or “something new.”  Free Cone […]

troubled kids

Dealing With Teen Delinquencies

March 29, 2018

Teen delinquency is something that every parent fears for their children. Teens can at most times be annoying and rude, though it is not entirely their fault. Sometimes, it is caused by hormonal changes in their bodies, yet whatever the reason may be, it can be frustrating on the part of a parent. How can […]

seniors doing tai chi

Enhancing The Life Of Seniors With Tai Chi

March 22, 2018

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition (martial art practice) initially created for self-defense. It is a system of exercise and stretching that is non-competitive and self-paced. It is also called meditation in motion. It involves very calculated moves, which are slow and focused, and just like other forms of meditation it involves deep breathing. […]

Make Your Toddler Boot The Bottle

March 15, 2018

Weaning your little darling from the bottle isn’t easy at all as most experienced parents would bear witness. From experience, no toddler wants to give up her comfort. The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that parents should start weaning their babies off the bottle starting at 9 months as at this age, babies have the […]

boy playing baseball

Physical Play; a track to get your kids moving

March 8, 2018

We hear a lot of things about physical play and how it is an integral part to a child’s learning and development but sometime these teachings fall onto deaf ears of parents while others have keyed into it. Which category do you belong? Here is the tip of the iceberg, what you take your kids […]

Improve Your Kid’s Happiness, Focus on Their Strengths

February 28, 2018

If you are interested in discovering your child’s strengths and weaknesses start by focusing on just their strengths. As parents we are taught to focus on a child’s weaknesses and help them to overcome these. Often this leads to parenting that focuses on negative activities and makes time with mom or dad seem like work […]

Volunteering is the Sесrеt tо Nonprofit Growth

February 21, 2018

Vоluntееring bringѕ tоgеthеr a divеrѕе range of реорlе frоm all bасkgrоundѕ аnd walks of life. Bоth thе rесiрiеntѕ of уоur vоluntееr efforts аnd уоur со-wоrkеrѕ can bе a riсh source оf inspiration and аn еxсеllеnt way to dеvеlор уоur interpersonal skills. Not only that, but it аlѕо оffеrѕ аn inсrеdiblе nеtwоrking орроrtunitу. You get to […]

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