Monthly Archives: March 2021

Having strong, neatly-groomed nails is a sign of good health and hygiene, and health experts recommend that parents should help their children care for their nails until they’re about nine or 10 years old. After that, kids can be taught to trim and keep their nails in good condition, and develop healthy hand and nail-care habits that […]

A year in, the impact of COVID-19 is not only being felt by couples physically and emotionally, but it is also exposing incompatibility in personal finances. There’s plenty of fuel available for a money fight. Living and working in close proximity becomes even harder if your spouse has lost a job or fallen ill. Dealing […]

Amid mounting tuition fees and a global pandemic, parents and students may be reconsidering the value of a higher education. With Covid-19 closing campuses and moving lectures online, the high cost of a university degree may seem hard to justify in the current economic climate. However, as the job market becomes increasingly competitive, a degree […]

The state of the South African workforce hasn’t improved significantly since 2020, leaving more and more people desperately looking for additional income opportunities. With the reopening of schools pushed into late February, remote work roles are becoming more popular by the day. Adzuna did some digging and found some of the best work-from-home positions offering […]

According to Upwork and Freelancers Union, more and more people are considering the idea of freelancing full-time. If you have also been contemplating the idea, perhaps you’ve wondered if it’s a financially viable option. Here are some questions that’ll help you see if contract work can be done permanently or if it’s better to stick […]

What is autism?  Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a range of developmental disorders that impair a person’s ability to communicate and interact with other people. As the name suggests, ASD refers to a broad range of conditions characterised by a person’s challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviours, speech, and nonverbal communication. Despite ASD consisting of […]

13 creative new ways to #KeepPlaying and have UNO® fun with family and housemates while staying home! Methods of play include UNO® Big Hands and UNO® Bingo, helping to make games last longer UNO® new ideas come as Mattel launches Mattel Playroom a helpful resource to keep all families entertained during these times Mattel today […]

This month Mattel marks the celebration of the 50th anniversary of UNO, the number one game in the world* that fosters inclusive play and leans into culture.   Conceived in 1971 in a barbershop in Cincinnati, Ohio, the iconic card game was created as a way for families to spend time together, and quickly became a household staple. Five decades […]

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