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Monday
Jan252016

Keeping Children Safe Around Curtains and Blinds

In the infographic below, Curtains-blinds.co.uk offers a precious piece of information advising how to keep children safe using a window child safety device. Parents should avoid risky situations that might put their children in danger. This includes when there are free hanging cords or chains with blinds.

The below infographic shows how to proceed when you have small kids left unsupervised and blinds in your room. Curtains-blinds.co.uk recommend checking first if there are window blinds that do not have connectors for the back cords or breakaway clips that break under pressure and second to replace with ones that have. They say we all should be aware of these preventive actions to create a safe environment for our kids.


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Thursday
Jan142016

Free online course "Functioning Above Entry Level"

Have you recently felt limited in your career or like you are not fully reaching your potential? A new free online course from Concordia University may be able to help you achieve more of your goals. We, at Market Mommy, are a strong advocate of continuing education and were very interested when this course was introduced to us.

It is entitled “Functioning Above Entry Level” and it’s perfect for the career-savvy individual who wants to build and expand on their leadership skills. It is conveniently delivered right to your inbox. The course aims to instill confidence and help you understand your own personal strengths. I was lucky enough to be given access to the course so I could share some of its benefits with you.

Ask yourself these questions. Are you functioning at your highest capacity? Do you have a strategic vision for yourself? As we advance, or maybe travel through, our career, we sometimes get in a rut. If you are interested in bettering yourself and leading others, this might be a great chance to pull yourself out of that rut.

The course is completely free, so there is no financial commitment; it’s a risk-free opportunity! The course consists of three lessons, each of which takes about an hour to complete. The time commitment is minimal, but the benefit could be tremendous. There really is no reason not to give it a try. It is specifically designed for busy professionals who want great, easy to digest material, presented in a manageable time frame.

Each lesson is comprised of short essays, videos, worksheets and interactive polls. The course is comprehensive and varied to give you the best experience. The instructor, Dr. Kenneth Harris, is a nationally recognized expert in personal leadership. The course content is actually taken from one of Concordia University’s Master’s program in Organizational Leadership and Administration.

Lesson one focuses on emotional and social intelligence. The premise is that having control over your emotions will equal having control over your life. The section focuses on getting to know yourself and the traits that you possess that can launch you to success. The social intelligence component goes into details about your own self-awareness, social beliefs and attitudes. According to the course both of these qualities are necessary to function above entry level. “Social interaction enhances intellect; intellect enhances emotion; emotion enhances social interaction, and so on.”

Do you feel motivated? Do you have initiative? Lesson two focuses on internal forces. This portion of the course explores the effects of internal forces on several areas. The types of things that affect your personality are how you reward yourself, how you think and how you regulate your emotions. It also looks at the importance of conscientiousness. How you manage all of these things will determine how and when you will excel at your position.

Training, leadership, culture are all external forces that can affect your success. The course encourages you to take advantage of training and leadership opportunities. Training especially can result in personal growth. As a conclusion, the lesson highlights the need to have your life at equilibrium. Balance is essential for success.

Does this material intrigue you? Are you invested in yourself and self-improvement? Take advantage of this free course and take some time to learn more about yourself and your potential. You may find that it expands your opportunities in ways you didn’t expect.

To sign up, simply follow this link. You can also learn more by visiting Concordia University, on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or YouTube. If you sign up, I’d love to hear more about your experience and how the course helped you specifically! #cuwselflead

Friday
Dec112015

Kim Flynn - 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

Kim Flynn is passionate about playing big in business. She is a bestselling author, speaker, trainer, and workshop leader for entrepreneurs and small business owners. She has four kids, is the founder of five businesses, and the creator of the Plug & Play Business System. Kim teaches business owners how to automate, systematize, and grow their businesses to their potential.

After several years as a school teacher, Kim started her first tutoring business when she was 23 years old. She grew that business to employ over 30 people while working 3 hours per week. She went on to build and sell three more service businesses before creating Kim Flynn Consulting.

Kim now hosts monthly Business Intensive Retreats at her lodge in Park City, where women and a few brave men fly in from across the country to learn the Plug & Play Business System and overhaul their systems and operations in three intense days. Kim is a frequent guest on national radio and TV programs outlets like Fox Business News, and Forbes, and was recognized in the Top 40 under 40 in Business Q Magazine.

Learn more about how Kim can help your business by following her on YouTube!

Friday
Dec112015

Give the Gift of Strength, Stability and Sensory Support: MightyTykes™ Infant & Child Weights Offering Special Holiday Pricing

Does a child you love suffer from sensory processing disorder, overall weakness, one-sided weakness, toe-walking, tremors or low muscle tone (hypotonia)? MightyTykes™ Infant & Child Weights are used at prestigious institutions such as The Johns Hopkins University and can be purchased for use in your own home.

Isabella Yoshico invented MightyTykes™ after her son was diagnosed with hypotonia, low muscle tone and weakness common to kids with Down syndrome and other conditions. Using a scrap piece of fleece and sand from the kids’ sandbox, she created her first pair of tiny weights. After encouragement from her son’s physical therapist and others, she started manufacturing and selling the weights.

Since then, MightyTykes™ has been able to help thousands of children with all sorts of challenges. “We used the great feedback we received from pros and parents nationwide to make MightyTykes™ as good as they can be so MightyTykes™  can help your child be all s/he can be,” said Yoshico.

The weights have earned the Parent Tested, Parent Approved, Lekotek AblePlay Great Find, Preemie Genius, and Mr. Dad Approved seals. They are widely used MightyTykes™ are used by some leading American hospitals including some listed on the U.S. News & World Report’s Honor Roll of Best Children’s Hospitals.

The July issue of Guideposts magazine featured the MightyTykes™ story and how they are changing lives and making a difference for many kids. “We’re thrilled to hear MightyTykes™ are helpful to both typically developing kids and kids with special needs,” said Yoshico. “It was exciting to learn they are valuable for sensory challenges, and to help build strength, control tremors and improve body awareness for little ones.” The weights are an affordable tool that can be used regularly in the comfort of your own home.

Currently, you can save up to $10 with special holiday pricing. MightyTykes™ are made from high-quality, latex and lead-free materials that are commonly used in diaper covers.  The colorful weights are waterproof and can be washed in warm, soapy water or cleaned with a sanitizing wipe.  They come in three sizes – 1/8 lb., ¼ lb. and ½ lb. – and are worn around the wrists or ankles, attaching by Velcro closures. Visit www.mightytykes.com to purchase.

 

MightyTykes™ online: http://mightytykes.com/

MightyTykes™ on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MightyTykes

MightyTykes™ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/@MightyTykes

MightyTykes™ on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mightytykes

Monday
Dec072015

First Communion Dresses

If you are looking for a beautiful First Communion Dress, you might want to check out Jesus Speak to Me. They have a stunning 2016 collection to choose from. Your daughter will look stunning in any of the many dresses that they offer.

This particular ball gown is one of my favorites. It is absolutely gorgeous.

In addition to dresses, they also offer accessories. They have several veil options that will compliment any dress.  Some are ornate and some are simple so there are options for those with different tastes.

According to the company, based in the United Kingdom, they embody elegance and fashion and all of their dresses are custom made. The site prides themselves on strong customer service and seems to take a great deal of care to ensure that you are satisfied with your order.

The site is interesting because in addition to products, it offers information about First Communion and the history behind it. You can also find them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+!

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