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Looks like we’re watching #Scoob today, courtesy of @WBHomeEnt

I just want to say thank you to Warner Brothers for sending my kids this media box, including a Blu-ray of the new release of #Scoob and some promotional swag. The kids were so excited and surprised. We’ve actually seen Scoob when it released on digital a little while back and it was awesome. Totally …

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I’m about 90% sure it’s a Thursday

I’m up early and about 90% sure it’s a Thursday. We’ve just hit day 140 of COVID19 lockdown and everything just sorta slurs together anymore. Groceries are on the agenda for today and they’ll be arriving in a few hours. The kids are still sleeping and aside from my noisy ceiling fan, the house is …

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Top Ways to Keep Your Family Physically and Mentally Stimulated During The Pandemic

There is no doubt that the COVID-19 global pandemic has taken a toll on the world. Every country, every sector, and of course, every home can testify to the fact that it has not been easy. Media coverage has clued us in as to how countries and certain industries have been coping during this time. …

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Here’s what happened

It’s been a few days or maybe a bit more than that but I’m back and ready to move forward. I wanted to explain what happened that kept me away for the last few days because it was nothing serious. As you may or may not know, I run my own dedicated server for this …

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People not wearing masks makes it harder to leave the house

I’ve had a pretty decent week. There were some challenges but overall, it’s been okay. In fact, there were some very positive moments that helped me get through the not so positive moments. The kids are doing well but the pandemic is really beginning to wear them down. We’ve been trying to get out into …

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Caring For The Caregivers (feat. Eileen Silverberg) S3E24

My guest is Eileen Silverberg. She’s a Life Coach in Emotional Management and author of “A Warrior of Light: A Guide of Inner Wisdom For Challenging Times”. We have a very important conversation about the physical and emotional challenges of being a caregiver. Eileen shares her personal journey of becoming a caregiver to her mother. …

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Mental Health Management

Mental health might be a little harder to manage than usual. Especially at the moment with Coronavirus stopping people from doing the things they love. You might manage your mental health by going to work. Perhaps by socializing or seeing loved ones. Everyone is different, but unfortunately Covid has shifted life. Managing one’s mental health …

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My personal struggle with #depression

I mentioned yesterday that depression is becoming more of a struggle for me lately. Monday was pretty rough for me but yesterday was a little better. It’s so hard to describe what this is like, especially if you’ve never experienced depression before. I can say that it impacts pretty much every aspect of my life …

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