Superheroes Don’t Get Scared… Or Do They? is an awesome rhyming tale about normalising fear and finding inner powers by realising there’s a hero inside of us all.
Many of you are handling multiple social media accounts at once. This type of multitasking may sound great as a means to get more blog traffic, but the reality is that it’s hard to manage so many accounts at once. If you’re tired of having multiple tabs open and trying to manually push out your content to more than one social media profile, then scheduling social media may be the answer for you.
The first full week with all three children at school full time since March. It’s been very strange not having them at home, however, the time has flown by. With the children at school, I feel bad for What The Dad Said as he heads off for his late shifts at work. Only managing a short amount of time with the kiddies before they head to school. He’s then at work when they return and doesn’t see them again until the following morning.
The contemporary, sexy retelling of classic fairy tales with the added twist of an unexpected pregnancy. Following the stories of six ladies and the Princes that cross their paths.
The path to success isn’t easy, and we all know that. Failure is inevitable, and while it does get most of us down for a while, we bounce back up and keep going. Growing kids, however, may find the concept of failure daunting and overwhelming, so much so that it might also affect their self-esteem and work performance.
Three scorching-hot football (NFL) romances – Fake engagement has never been this good. Follow the lives of Max, Jesse and Andrew as they navigate family politics, the press and the ladies in their lives.
By the light of a silvery moon, Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and his faithful friends are heading for Thunder Mountain.
Their mission? To take a little something home.
With the children returning to school this week and the majority of our lives returning to ‘normal’. I had thought that this might be the end of my life in lockdown updates. The news of restrictions coming back into place as well as the increase in infection rates has made me feel as though we are stepping backwards.
There is a fine line between love and hate, something you’ll discover within the Love/Hate series from Lilian Monroe. Don’t forget to check out Lilian Monroe’s site to download additional bonus content for the series.
The digital parenting concept has vehemently affected digital media with a diverse set of activities. It plays a diverse role in using digital media acting as a mediator. Connecting to the children with digital can be listed in five interesting points.
Following the lives of six medical billionaires, from the ladies in their lives to the family politics, issues and interference. This series interlinks with the A Cowboy Loves A Doctor Series by Dobi Daniels