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Saturday, March 19, 2016

How Parents Can Control Kid's Internet Use [Infographic]

Most parents worry about the influence of the Internet on their children. An outright ban isn’t possible, of course, as the Internet is both educational as well as distracting.

New research, however, has found that compulsive Internet use can lower children’s performance in the classroom. A new study of 3000 parents by Stop Procrastinating, the website blocker, has found parents didn’t realize their children were browsing the Internet or using social media late at night when they should be sleeping.

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The parents found that their children were more irritable, had less concentration and were more tired in the classroom as a result.

Fortunately, the study found the best techniques and strategies the parents used to reduce the negative impacts of social media and the Internet on their children.

Parents suggested building up a trusting relationship with their children, so that they were able to have open conversations about the Internet without stress and confrontation, as well as setting boundaries. For instance, stopping children using digital devices an hour before they go to bed. Some parents also tried to make cutting down on internet use an enjoyable and fun challenge that their children could share and compete with their friends by creating a digital detox challenge week.

The survey also found that parents are more successful at cutting their children’s internet use if they work with other parents and the school. If all a group of friends are all treated in the same way they will feel less pressure to break the rules and get online when they shouldn’t.

The survey has been designed into an accessible infographic which details all the findings and help for parents who want to control and reduce their children’s internet use. You can view the infographic below:


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Courtesy of: Stop Procrastinating


Friday, September 18, 2015

The Ultimate Guide in Choosing the Best Food for Babies (Infographics)

Of course, we always make sure that our babies would eat the right food at the right amount. What they eat while still babies could have a huge effect on them as they grow up. That is why we have to start early and make sure that they are eating healthy food while still young.

Choosing food for babies is a crucial thing for moms because we always want to make sure that they will acquire their much needed vitamins, minerals and nutrients from it. Food cooked in your kitchen would be best but if you do not have the luxury of time to cook (especially for working moms), then you can try some ready to eat or easy to prepare food for the babies.

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I can recall, that when Bella was still a baby, I would cook mashed potatoes for her and even mash some rice with some vegetable soup. She would also eat squash too. Aside from that, I also let her eat Gerber and Cerelac on various flavors like peaches, peas, banana, chicken and others. There are so many flavors to choose from, each one could provide various nutrients to the baby. I could say that because she got used eating vegetables and healthy food while still a baby, she still love to eat veggies up to this date and would steer away for anything that is too sweet like candies. I know. I know you are srrprised because most kids hate veggies and love candies. Luckily, Bella is the other way around.

Going back to the food for babies, I have found a very helpful infographic that tells us what kind of food we can get for the baby, what to avoid, what certain food are perfect for specific ages, and others. Scroll down and take a look at the important information from this infographic.



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Want to check this infographic from time to time to guide you in choosing the best food for your baby? Bookmark this post and get back to it when you want to. Also, don't forget to share this to your friends who are expecting or have babies.

Infographic Source: New Born Baby Zone
Veggies Image Credit: Preachers Institute