I miss digital scrapbooking. I miss the feeling of being able to express myself "artistically" although I'm not intrinsically endowed with such talent. But that's what I loved most about scrapping. You don't have to be a born artist to be one. A little creativity will do. And I love the fact that after doing the layout and adding all the embellishments, I can just have it printed right away through online postcard printing websites. And because it's all digital, the cost is way cheaper compared to paper scrapbooking. You can even use the kit over and over again - however you like it and whenever you like it.
07 December 2012
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23 November 2012
A little bit of traditional can be healthy for kids! Majority of games children play nowadays are electronic and are oftentimes found online and don’t require much brain work . Rubik’s cube, puzzle rings and puzzle cubes can go a long way in a child’s development while he plays. I give my kids 300 and 500 pieces puzzles to help them in their growth as they play. I buy them photomosaic puzzles at www.seriouspuzzles.com.
20 November 2012
My 4-year old niece just had her ballet recital two weeks ago and according to her teacher, she did very well! So as a reward, I am giving her a new pair of pink ballet shoes and a matching tutu this Christmas. She will love it for sure! Although I have other ballerina gift ideas in mind but I will just reserve those for her 5th birthday next year. For now, the ballet shoes and tutu will have to do. ;)
12 October 2012
Want to lower your body mass index? well, you should try snoozing! A research from the University of Washington in Seattle has identified an unlikely ally: your nightly zzz's. In a recent study of twins, scientists found that people who slept more than nine hours had a lower BMI. Snoozing less than seven hours, on the other hand, led to an increased BMI. Got this info from the Parents magazine.
I am so terrified every time I see my son playing with my iPad. Although it has a protective case on, but I'm still not sure if it can stand the torture my son would inflict on that poor gadget. Well, I can't blame him. He's just a toddler. He doesn't realize how expensive the iPad is. Thankfully though, hubby found a way to keep it safe and in one piece. He got some crimson mounts and installed one in the living room and bedroom. That way Jaden would know where to put the iPad when he's playing with it or watching his favorite shows online.
Do you ever feel guilty when you give in to sweet temptations? By sweet I'm referring to chocolates. Well, now you don't have to. Just as long as you eat in moderation, you're safe and would likely not have a heart attack. According to a recent study in the British Medical Journal, a daily 3.5-ounce dose of dark chocolate that contains at least 60% cocoa could avert 85 heart attacks or strokes per 10,000 people. Awesome, right?