Mommy Mundo’s Expo Kid 5, the Ultimate Summer Activity Fair will take place this Saturday, March 2, 2013 at the 500 Shaw Events Pavillion. It will be a kick-off event of Mommy Mundo for 2013 and will showcase tons of fun summer activities for kids of all ages.
Interactive activity areas will be made available for kids where they can try out crafting stations, check out the fun learning modules, music, arts and sports activities. Here is a complete list of activities for the said day:
A minimal entrance fee of Php 20 will be collected and used for the MomShare outreach. For more information, visit Mommy Mundo on Facebook.
It seems that one of the requirements a home must have if you have school-age kids living in it is a good and reliable printer. There are endless requirements, school projects and what-have-yous that need to be made and printed out. It is one of the wisest investment that our family had.
Some years ago, we just relied on overnight printing for some of our printing needs. Once in a while, I do commissioned orders of tags and invitations and the best way for me to come up with good printed output is to have them sourced out for printing. Same goes with my daughter’s projects. However, when the need became more frequent due to her school requirements, we decided to canvass for the best printer and we got a 3-in-1 printer. It certainly is serving its purpose of making our lives easy. It is dependable and very cost-efficient when it comes to ink.
However, there still are some projects like my commissioned projects, my scrapbooking photos and others that requires special printers and papers, thus, I still outsource them whenever needed.
One fun activity that you and your family can enjoy is stargazing. It is fun to discover the wonders of the vast skies through reading about them and actually seeing them with your eyes and/ or through the help of a telescope. We live in a building with a good rooftop. I hope that my family and I can utilize it soon for some stargazing events. And to help, here is a list of stargazing events that we all have to look forward too this 2013.
Some schools had their exams prior to the holiday break. On the other hand, there are schools too, like where my kid is enrolled, that hold their exams after the break. So here we are, trying to encourage her to review her notes. Exams will be held this coming week and even though our daughter has been a diligent pupil, she can sometimes forget and have to be reminded over and over and over again. She gets sidetracked with her storybooks and toys so we have to keep an eye on her.
I know she can’t wait for school to be over and that’s 2.5 months from now. Just like her, I am excited for the summer break too. But as a thoughtful parent, I have already ordered our token of thanks for her teachers – cosmetic bags for the female teachers and personalized koozies for the male ones. I’ve already design them and they just need to be ordered so that they will arrive on time.
We are still thinking of a summer activity for our daughter. We are torn between swimming and ballet. And a travel too.
What about your kids? What activity/ activities you’ve lined up for them this summer?
Once upon a time, only men were expected and allowed to get an education and a job. Thankfully, this is no longer true today. Women now have educational and work opportunities available to them.
A number of workplaces have also made it a point to grant privileges for women who are also working mothers. They make sure their company is fair and follows the law of the land. They would not also mind hanging e-verify posters, if this is required of them, too.
Women of today are indeed so blessed. They enjoy privileges and opportunities now that were not available to women in the past.
Nowadays, a mere bachelor’s degree is not enough. We all know that in order to go the ranks, we have to pursue and earn a master’s degree or more. Making the decision to work and at the same time return to school is a big decision. If you are a working parent, it makes more challenging as you have to balance work, family and school. However, you must remember why you are considering a master’s or post graduate course – for better career opportunities which will in turn, greatly benefit your family.
To succeed in balancing work, family and school, make sure that your goals are attainable and realistic. Do not go for big and unrealistic goals that you know you can’t achieve. This will only lead to frustration.
Keep a schedule. Sit down and try writing down your schedule. You can live a fuller, fulfilling and more manageable life if you spend some time planning.
Take breaks. We all need to take a break every once in a while. When you feel overwhelmed, take a break. Take small breaks if you are reading or writing papers with expository essay topics
Remember to keep your eyes on the prize. Balancing everything in your life can be challenging so keep in mind why you are doing what you are doing. Juggling so many things can be discouraging but have home, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Find help. You can’t do everything yourself. If you find it tough to manage your household, ask your spouse for help. Or if you are on a tight deadline at work and school, see if you can find assistance with your school requirements from http://overnightessay.com/buy-essay
Manage your expectations. You might have planned and tried everything that you can in order to accomplish your to-do tasks. However, life has a way of changing our plans for us and not everything that we want goes as planned.