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Could Your Garden Be A Lot Greener? | Helpful Tips

Aren’t gardens, by definition, green?

We’re not just talking about keeping your grass healthy and making a home for a few new plants, however. We take up so much space with our gardens, it’s worth asking whether we’re really using it responsibly.

For that reason, let’s take a look at a few measures you can take to make your garden more eco-friendly.

When You Need An Au Pair Or A Nanny For Your Child | What You Need to Know

Nanny agencies may only offer nannies, or they may offer other types of childcare. Before deciding on what you need, you must think of your personal situation and work out what will be best for you and your family.

Do you, for example, need a nanny or an au pair? 

What is the difference between a nanny and an au pair? This is the kind of question that a nanny agency would be happy to answer, and, along with other questions, should be asked when you first contact them.

The answer is that, to start with, an au pair is untrained whereas a nanny would have proper childcare training. Some also have specific training, for example, helping children with learning difficulties or hearing loss.

You can learn more about this online. An au pair, therefore, is usually inexperienced. 


How To Cope with a Sudden Disability?!

Coping with a sudden disability can be difficult because you have to deal with mental and emotional pain apart from the physical trauma. You may still be in denial, have regrets and anger towards whatever caused the disability.

Nevertheless, you need to garner all your willpower, change your thoughts, and think of how to cope with the disability and make your life more meaningful. Understand that you can still live a happy and fulfilling life even with a disability. As hard as it is, accept the disability and learn more about adjusting your life accordingly.

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A New Year With A Dose of Self Care + FREE Downloads

Happy new year friends!

It definitely feels good to be back and back on track both mentally and physically.

I can't begin to tell you how much I love this cyber space of mine. I honestly love sharing so much with you guys here at Charmed Crown & Co. Basically anything and everything that is life, creatively and emotionally, it will get shared, and if you've been here long enough then you already know.

I don't have to remind you what a crazy year 2020 was and how much we all needed this NEW 2021 reset. Our family went through it's ups and downs but we made the best of both and felt very fortunate to have been able to survive it all including the pandemic and being able to stay healthy. And believe me it's definitely not being taken for granted, especially while many have been affected through COVID19.

Simple Ways On How To Help Our Aging & Ailing Parents

As our parents get older they are going to need more help from us. But you may be unsure how to handle the situation. 

You need to figure out their needs and make sure that you make decisions that involve them but are also helping your parents maintain their dignity. 

What does it take when you have older parents and they need your help?

When Is It The Best Time To Give Your Dog a Treat?

Want to be nice to your dog? 

Giving them a treat is probably the quickest and easiest way to put a smile on their face. Sadly, dogs (and their owners!) can often get a little carried away with treats. They’re small, they make your dog happy, and it’s such a simple gesture–right? Unfortunately, they get too comfortable and it might develop bad habits for your dog along the way and also lead your dog to become overweight.

Treats are surprisingly high in calories and fat, especially if you get cheap mass-produced treats. Feeding them loads of these treats in addition to their food and any dinner scraps from your plate will eventually make your dog overweight. This could lead to potential health issues that will not only shorten their lifespan but also make it more painful and uncomfortable.

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