Teach Your Teen to Enjoy Life Without Drugs

Teens don’t need to rely on substances to enjoy life. They can engage in fun, healthy activities, including sports, music or arts. Teens who have too much time on their hands can find a part-time job, allowing them to make and save money.

Kids and teen should involve in art and creativity. It will boost their life healthy. Make good connections make them happy. Always think positive this will help psychology and power for immunity.

“Ninety percent of addictions start when a person is a teenager and follow them into their future.”

— JASON DORR, DIRECTOR OF MORE2LIFE

Be Safe:)

https://www.drugrehab.com/teens/

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Secret Santa gifts

Complementing a gift with a handwritten card is always a nice touch. And when you get a present even a small one it’s smart to give the gift of gratitude and happiness. Mindset and use art of imagination:)

 

Australian Christmas

Australian Christmas

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Many of the blogs I follow are based in the northern hemisphere, where the air seemed to be abundant with festivities of the Christmas markets at this time of the year, not to mention all that snow. Whilst it is highly lamentable that we shall never have a white Christmas in our part of the […]

via The Great Australian Christmas – The Great Nature’s Retreat — SoMuchToTellYou

Winter Clay Competition

Winter Clay Competition

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IT’S NOW SNOWING ON MY BLOG! *ahem*, but today I decided to host a cheeky competition for the winter months, because I love competitions! I also love clay- so I combined the two, to make this cool competition! yay! Hello my festive people! Happy 23rd day of Busy Blogmas…it’s nearly over! 😦 I love competitions, […]

via Winter Clay Competition! — Busy Bee

The Grand Tour: Vacation of the Victorian Era

The Grand Tour: Vacation of the Victorian Era


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In the Victorian era, young women traveled Europe to broaden their education. . . and marital prospects. Follow our fictional friend Johanna on her Grand Tour.

via The Grand Tour: Vacation of the Victorian Era — Victorian Trading Co. | The Official Blog

“Are We There Yet?” Places

Thank goodness we took our children to Yellowstone National Park when our daughter was about 10 and our son was about 15 years old. Honestly…they were old enough to like and understand the wonders of Yellowstone. Yet, they were still young enough to like and sort of understand us at the same time! Yellowstone […]

via “Are We There Yet?” Places To Take Your Children Before They Grow Up! — kindergartenknowledge.com