One of the Best Poems for Raising Kids: Desiderata

Desiderata

GO PLACIDLY amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible, without surrender, be on good terms with all persons.

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Zero-Waste Lifestyle and Conscious Consumerism with Kimmy Roguis

A Call To Action

One of the key areas of parenting, which is often forgotten or rendered unrelated is our environmental care and protection.

We send our children to school, discipline them, provide for everything they need, buy insurance, prepare them to become contributing citizens of the nation; basically, we do our best to help prepare them for the future. But we often forget that this future is heavily dependent on the future of our environment. The future of mother Earth.

How can we help???

Big Bad Wolf Book Sale in Manila

Mabuhay Manila! Did you miss me? The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale will be coming to you for the 2nd time!

Spread the word! The world’s biggest book sale will be at the World Trade Center, Pasay City from February 22 – March 4, 2019. Admission is still FREE and our doors will still be open 24 HOURS!

Don’t miss your chance to get your hands on your favorite titles for 50%-90% off regular prices!

#BigBadWolfBooksPH #BigBadWolfBooksManila

Food Grade Homemade Clay for Toddlers

Because my daughter loves playing with clay – I have always been on the lookout for recipes that I could use. While there are several clay-making tutorials out there, this is so far the only one I’ve seen that didn’t require fire. I want to make clay but I didn’t want to use up any gas for it.

If you are like me, keep reading…

16 Rules of Parenting Etiquette That Will Make YOU One Popular Mama

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