Tuesday, March 22, 2016

The Importance Of Staying Healthy

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We hear it on the nightly news, read about it in articles, and see fitness junkies that pop-up in our news feed via social media. Fitness and nutrition is an aspect of our lives that we should always keep at the top of our list.

Being fit, and eating a balanced diet can affect you in more ways than you might think. For me, eating the right foods and regularly exercising help to stabilize my mood. Though I tend to always think positively and be productive, I have found that with proper exercise and nutrition I can increase my productivity and handle stressful situations in an easier manner.

These same effects can be found when regular dieting, and less vigorous exercise is practiced by patients with various illnesses or diseases. For instance, a mesothelioma patient who battles with weekly treatments can stay active by doing uncommon things, like walking around their homes more often. Additionally, eating vegetables and foods that are lower in saturated fats and sugars can help patients find more stability through treatments. It can also help to increase energy levels, which might have become depleted through medical procedures.

Do you know someone who might have fought an illness? We can encourage everyone, even those with illness to add a small dose of extra exercise into their daily routines, to increase the well-being of all.

Mesothelioma patients are one of the most common victims of exposure to asbestos. These patients too, can greatly benefit from taking a few extra steps to recovery, everyday. If you know of a friend, or loved one who might have dealt with mesothelioma, encourage them to exercise. Additionally, join me in supporting the fight against mesothelioma, by sharing the badge below on your blog, or website!

*guest post by Landon Biehl

I Support the Fight Against Mesothelioma

- Debolina Raja 
And like I always believe in and say:
'Heal the world we live in
Save it for our children' - MJ

Happy Parenting!!!! Debolina Raja

Friday, March 4, 2016

Actions Help Children Learn Better With Chu Chu TV
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As a parent, it's quite fun and interesting to see your little one try to emulate your actions and copy you in any which way possible. Did you know that your child's first learning comes from watching you or the primary caregiver and trying to do exactly what you are doing? From the way you smile and greet your child to the way you pitch your voice while speaking or the way you embrace your little one with love, your child notices everything, right from the initial months after birth.

It is these everyday actions that help your child better understand the world around, and also help to teach the first few lessons of how to behave and react.

A very important method of learning that your child will have, especially in the toddler and pre-school years, is the media. With so much exposure to media in all forms these days, there is a host of options to choose from, not all of which may always be appropriate for your little one. As busy parents, we often tend to hand our gadgets to our children, hoping it will keep them entertained while we end up finishing our deadlines and chores.


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