Christmas Lights Around the World:)
Tips for Family traveling with kids includes some factors our traveling should easier and relaxed. Airlines seats have small space and less comfort.
We will use our imagination with creativity and art to make traveling comfortably.:)
Picking a flight at the usual time your little one tends to sleep we know this can be hard but the BedBox will be a game changer for this.
Pack a plane bag with goodies, toys, and games guess what, the BedBox has great storage.
Make traveling fun keep them entertained with a suitcase they can be wheeled on, jackpot big tick for the BedBox.
Before using this equipment we have to think about some important things. I am using some important comments from this video.
“BANNED BY QANTAS”.
Check for height. If the kid is tall then this is not the one.
If not set up in a window seat this blocks passengers ability to evacuate. Also, the bottom is not properly secured under a seat so you will very soon see airlines banning this device.
Talking in front of the crowd, is an ART and TALENT. We all have anxiety, but little bit preparation can give you moral support. 🙂
Have Positive mindset, relax and have FUN!!!!
First, do a little prep before you do a presentation. Get a good night’s sleep. Stay away from that cup of anything Starbucks! You may simply be nervous or caffeine wired up that they you cannot sleep. Instead, try sipping some hot chamomile tea or take a supplement that calms the muscles and […]
The main purpose of Daylight Saving Time (called “Summer Time” in many places in the world) is to make better use of daylight.
We change our clocks during the summer months to move an hour of daylight from the morning to the evening.
Benjamin Frankin, the Father of DST?
Many sources also credit Benjamin Franklin with being the first to suggest seasonal time change.
However, the idea voiced by the American inventor and politician in 1784 can hardly be described as fundamental for the development of modern DST. After all, it did not even involve turning the clocks.
In a letter to the editor of the Journal of Paris, which was entitled “An Economical Project for Diminishing the Cost of Light”,
An Ancient Idea,” Although modern DST has only been used for about 100 years, ancient civilizations are known to have engaged in comparable practices thousands of years ago. For example, the Roman water clocks used different scales for different months of the year to adjust the daily schedules to the solar time”.