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Irrespective of age, we all feel that Sunday is the best day of the week. Kids are happy because they do not have to go to school and you are happy because there is no 10 AM deadline by which you have to reach office! It is the one day when you all can get up at your own time and have some quality time together. So, let us help you with some ideas which would make Sunday fun for your kids and family. Treasure hunt This one is the evergreen classic which never goes out of fashion. It is always fun, exciting and full of life. Use all the space you have in your home and/or garden. Give your kids some clues to start off with and as they decode the puzzles, they move to the next clues. If they are able to solve all the riddles, they get their prize – a treasure. Gardening Kids love staying close to nature and they love getting messy with mud, leaves and puddles. So, gardening is an excellent way to get your children closer to nature and also teach them some skills – all of that and lots of fun too. Consider […]
With increasingly busy and quickly evolving lifestyles, stress has become a part and parcel of our lives. The more we try to lead a stress-free life, the more we get consumed by it. Rather than just sitting behind and ruining our health by constantly thinking about it, let’s do something to make our homes stress free. After all, as a day full of stress comes to an end, we want to go home. So, here are a few tricks to keep stress at home at bay. De-clutter Tidy up the entrance to your home. We mostly end up dumping our shoes, umbrellas and mail at the entrance. When you come back home to see chaos around, it automatically triggers irritation and dissatisfaction. Get nice baskets or some simple drawers to put such things away because if your home, your personal space, is cluttered, your thoughts will be disorderly too. Your home need not look like a five-star hotel but maintain it in such a way that if a guest comes over unannounced, you don’t have to lose your calm because of the last minute clean-up drive! It would also be prudent to clear out things you do not need as […]
We all spend at least 8 hours of each day of our lives at work – that is one-third of a day. As important as work is in our lives, it is equally important to stay away from work for the sake of striking the right balance between work and life. Here are a few simple ways which should help you. Work is not the end of life There is no denying that work is a crucial part of life. After all, work is what foots all bills! But that does not make it the sole purpose of our existence. We should be sincere in doing our daily tasks so that we can finish work on time and have a life after that. Work will always be demanding but you need to draw a line. Develop calendars It could be a good idea to have two calendars – one for work deadlines and the other one for family commitments. The calendars will ensure that you do not forget your tasks towards your work and your duties towards your family. It will also help you plan your work life better so that you can enjoy your life outside the office. Find […]
Our lifestyles have evolved with time and with technological and social advancements, we have become increasingly busy. Resultantly, the only time when all the members of a family actually get together are weekends. So, here are some really fun things you could do with your kids over the weekend. Make some sunflowers Take some Styrofoam balls of different sizes and cut them in half. Use any good glue to cover the rounded side of each half with sunflower seeds. Now take yellow tissue paper, cut out some petals and stick them to the flat side of each half. Then, cover the back side with a circle cut out of yellow paper, tie a ribbon and you could hang it from the branch of a tree. Four-Square Tournament This is an interesting game to play with your kids. Gather four players and a large rubber ball. Draw a 12” x 12” square and divide it into four equal blocks; name them A, B, C and D. Each small square is to be occupied by one player and the game starts with A bouncing the ball and then batting it with his hands so that the ball goes to another player. […]