10 Tips To Avoid Work At Home Mom Burnout

Working from home is a great way to stay home with your kids while still supplementing the familys income. On the flipside, it can be challenging to be mother and employee at the same time. Your stress level will rise quickly when you have deadlines to keep or phone calls to make while your little ones are acting out. Implement a few of the ideas below to prevent Work at Home Mom Burnout. 1. Dont work more than you have to. Money isnt everything. You family needs a happy and sane mom. 2. Create a schedule or to-do list both for work and your personal life. Just realize that you wont always get everything done and dont worry if you …

What started it all – the History of Volleyball

Surprisingly, one of the most well loved sports in the world is also relatively young. Despite the game’s youth, it has gone through a wide variety of changes and evolution as a part of its rich history. Believe it or not, but at one time there wasn’t Asics or Nike women’s volleyball shoes or even volleyball uniforms for sale anywhere, let alone online! To fully understand and appreciate how much the game has changed and how much work was put into to make it successful, you need to search back to the very origin of Volleyball, and study when and why changes were made. Just over 100 years ago, in 1895, William G. Morgan developed the first game of Volleyball. …

Mommy & Baby: When Your Baby Cries

Babies cry. Theres no denying this fact; its the only form of communication they have! Deciphering which cry is which is the key, and understanding that not all crying is a bad thing is amazingly important as a parent. Reasons for crying include: Hunger Tiredness Wet Sick Bored Frustrated Out of routine Fed too often Just because he can (!!!) The American Academy of Pediatrics recognizes that crying is a natural part of your babys day; they tell parents to expect their babies to cry. Newborns can and will often cry a total of one to four hours per day. No mother can console her child every time he cries, so dont expect to be a miracle-worker and do what …

The History of the Pet Rock

Origin of Thought In 1975, Gary Dahl, an advertising executive, launched the sale of a fad that would make him a millionaire. This great profit is even more impressive when one takes into account the short time in which the rocks were sold, only six months, and also the low cost of the product, about four dollars. Dahls ingenious marketing involved commonplace gray pebbles, bought from a construction supplier, which were then sold as live pets. The idea was inspired by the hassle, mess, and money that pets such as cats or dogs or fish required. And so, Dahl began the production and sale of the Pet Rock, which did not need to be walked, wouldnt cost hundreds in vet …