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By admin on Mon, 09/30/2019 - 14:05
Writing job opportunity

Are you looking for an opportunity to share your talent with the world? Is writing your thing? Are you creative? Can you weave words in your own style?      How would you like to be part of a solution oriented team providing young mothers and families with valuable information? How does making an extra income through writing sound like to you? Like music? Then why not join the Eduacces Content team today? Interested? Read the above caption, then click here to begin.

Six Things to do while waiting

By admin on Mon, 09/02/2019 - 14:54
What to do when things are tough

 

This is to everyone out there who is waiting for something, waiting for that big break, waiting for your child, husband, friend, family member to get back on track. If you are waiting, this is for you.

Waiting is not always easy, it is infact one of the most difficult things for humans to do. Waiting can stretch you, can make or mar you but the choice is ultimately yours what it does for you. The waiting period can be a gift when you get to learn about yourself and about life generally. We hope you draw strength from our list of six things to do while waiting.

Top 6 Bank Savings Account for Children

By akudo on Sat, 08/24/2019 - 14:56
Which Bank should I open my kids account with?

Wondering which Bank you should open a kids account with? Not to worry, we already checked that out for you! No need to depend on hear-say alone, be informed right here. You can find and compare which account suits your savings objective for your children. Following a rigorous research, we have provided a list of top savings accounts with the best offerings for kids for you to choose from. In no particular order, here are the top six. 

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Stop Talking

By admin on Mon, 04/15/2019 - 10:03

Credit alert!  Your account has been credited with the sum of xxxx. I looked closely to see the name of the sender, it was from Bem, my husband! Wow! What happened? It wasn't my birthday or the kids'. Pardon my reaction, it's been a while my husband sent me money, this sum of money especially. That reminds me, I have also noticed some changes lately. Our spare room has been much tidier than ever, shoes in their rack, clothes either hung or neatly folded in the wardrobe, no litter on the floor, toilet clean, etc. Hmmmm...what could be going on? Is Bem cheating? Did another woman come into my home in my absence to do all that work? It doesn't stop there, Bem has changed in other ways too. He gets to do things swifter than before I don't get to talk so much before he gets things done around the house. The other day, I walked into the garage and noticed the whole place was lit.

7 Reasons to Eat Family Dinner Together

By admin on Fri, 08/18/2017 - 09:00

Over the last 20 years, dozens of studies have confirmed what parents have known intuitively for a long time: Sitting down for a nightly dinner is good for the spirit, the brain, and the body. Research shows that shared meals are tied to many teenage behaviors that parents pray for: reduced rates of substance abuse, eating disorders and depression; and higher grade point averages and self-esteem. For young children, conversation at the table is a bigger vocabulary booster than reading aloud to them.

Planning for Your Children’s Education by Nimi Akinkugbe

By admin on Wed, 08/16/2017 - 12:57
Education planning,

 

Naturally, it is the desire of every parent or guardian to give their children the best possible start in life. One of the best ways to build a foundation for a secure future is through a sound education. Education opens doors to many opportunities and is a necessity in today’s global economy. For the vast majority of people, funding your children’s education ranks as one of the largest expenses you will ever face and it must thus be carefully planned for.

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An Open Letter to Competitive Moms

By admin on Mon, 08/14/2017 - 15:00
Writing

Dear fellow moms,

Hope you all are doing well and your little ones are thriving too. I am writing to you all to let you know that I am withdrawing myself from the competitive parenting race. I quit, right at the starting point and would no longer be running the race with you.   I accept that I am a bit nervous for you all might judge me and my child for quitting, and what more might label us as losers too. But before you jump to it, would you please spare a few minutes to read this until the end? It's a tad bit long but then I wanted to make my point and had a lot to vent out!

Warning Signs Look out!

By akudo on Tue, 06/06/2017 - 00:00

It was a Friday evening in the month of May, after a very busy week, I was actually looking forward to sleeping off in hubby's arms while watching whatever he had for us to see that evening little did I know the day had its own plans.

I heard that sound as I drove off from the office but it sounded like a drag from the tires and not from  the car itself.  I wound up for a while for some AC, even though I am not such an Ac person and also  decided to try the Eko Hotel route home that evening. My colleague who took me home some days back took that route a few times and it seemed okay. As we approached the roundabout I heard that sound again, this time I wound down a bit to listen properly. I was convinced it was this big black jeep beside me and so I continued.

How to start your own Crèche and Daycare service business

By akudo on Mon, 06/05/2017 - 00:00

Providing day care for children is a huge responsibility. A crèche and daycare service provides entrepreneurs with an opportunity to pursue a socially conscious, challenging and fulfilling business. If this is an area you are passionate about and would like to build a business around it, here are a few tips you’ll need to transform this idea into a real-life, profitable business.   

Step 1: Find out what the law requires

Some African countries may have laws which regulate crèches and day care services. These laws may require day care operators to be licensed or certified by a relevant government authority or professional association.

Most of these laws and regulations have become necessary to discourage and punish any form of child abuse. As a result, the strict guidelines may often increase the cost of running a day care service business.

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