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  • A preschooler’s take on colour theory

    For a child, there is no such thing as too much colour. Even without the scientific research to back that statement up (and such research does exist), colour is so vital in a child’s development, that even as adults we can remember favorite colors from childhood. Quick, which colour gumball was your favorite? Now, back […]

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  • Let’s talk about snuggle quality

    Snuggling is so amazingly, wonderfully, fabulously good for you! If you don’t believe me, maybe a few dozen scientific research studies about snuggling will convince you. Yes, somebody got paid to study snuggling. And what did these studies prove? That, among other things, snuggling releases the natural feel good hormone oxytocin, boosts your immune system, […]

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  • Here’s to imaginary friends, Forest Friends and the creativity that keeps everybody happy

    Ah, the imaginary friend! Hiding in the laundry basket, laughing at naughtiness and the real culprit behind spilled juice. There are varying statistics that prove how common imaginary friends are, but in most cases, parents have nothing to worry about. It’s usually brighter, innovative children who introduce invisible companions like Mac, the mouse who wears […]

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  • Getyourguide.com

    My latest find on the web is Get your guide.com Guided tours. Cooking classes. Sightseeing buses. Canal cruises. There are a lot of things to do when you’re discovering a new place. The hard part? Figuring out where to start! GetYourGuide collects and categorizes all the world’s things to do so you research less and do […]

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  • Monkey Portraits

    We walked into our local second hand bookstore today and came away with this Gem. Monkey Portraits by Jill Greenburg. We were deeply moved by the human, beautifully moving portraits. Looking at these pictures, you cannot deny the soulfulness of these primates. Commercial and celebrity photographer Jill Greenberg spent five years photographing monkeys (and some […]

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  • The Worlds Smallest Postal Service

    I came across the cutest web shop Leaf cutter designs, a company run by artists Lea Redmond and her brother Devin and calls itself the world’s smallest postal service – and it means that literally. The Berkeley, California based company sends tiny envelopes and tinny packages filled with itty-bitty gifts to whom ever you think could use […]

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  • Learning how to use social media for the business

    The process of setting up the online business has been a challenging and rewarding learning experience. For someone who knew very little about social media and its different resources, I can definitely say that’s now changed. I had no idea how useful it can be for a company, not to mention vital. Through research and […]

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  • Backing up My WordPress Site

    I was having some issues with my breadcrumb links on my site and found out that this issue was fixed in a later version of WordPress and what I needed to do was to update my WordPress site. As I am new to WordPress, I thought I had better double check regarding what to expect […]

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