The UK is now into its ninth week of lockdown measures, with the majority of the nation still encouraged to stay at home. At a time where home energy use is apparently up by 30%, it’s important to ensure that your home appliances are working at their best.
Perhaps you aren’t particularly into baking but you’ve enjoyed being busy in the kitchen during this global pandemic? Maybe you’ve been using it as a teaching tool with your children during home-schooling, but you’ve run out of supplies?
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Today, the habit of vaping has become very popular, especially among youths. A big number of smokers have also switched to vaping now that it is considered to have fewer health impacts. Notably, mothers have joined the bandwagon to ‘enjoy’ the experience of vaping.
We are in the middle of an extraordinary world crisis, that is clear. The impact and change to our daily lives from the Coronavirus is far-reaching, unprecedented and previously unthinkable. We’ve only ever seen things like this in movies before.
It’s week eight on the Coronacoster – how are you all doing? Crisis schooling certainly has it’s ups and downs doesn’t it. I’ve generally found that the lower I set my expectations at the start of the day, the better the day and the more we achieve, so I’ve been trying to roll with that as much as possible.
As parents we should be constantly helping our children to become resilient. Building resilience in childhood helps children navigate the obstacles they encounter as they grow. We can’t take away all the pain and stress but we can teach children how to deal with this and use it to build resilence.
With families spending more time in the home during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to safeguard the household and keep children safe.