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Friday, March 08, 2013

Spring & Summer Project Time & Your March 8 2013 Blog Carnival Of Christian Family Information Exchange

Welcome and thank you for reading this Blog Carnival. It's been a busy week around here with all the new spring 'how to's' and the 'DIY' projects information eproduct and sales webpages coming out. This year I think I am going to do things a bit different. Instead of going crazy and working until the morning hours posting a bunch of new spring project pages, I am going to post just a few of the ones I know are always asked for and take requests for he others. So, please email me at Director@olinepublishing.com and tell me what spring/summer projects you are looking for. I have posted three new offers and they can be viewed at our pinned page . The first new offer is 'Building A Children's Playhouse' which is always asked for about this time of year. The second offer is 'How To Start Beekeeping' always a big project this time of year. The third offer is a newer type but still usually asked for this time of year and then again in fall time when leagues are forming is called, 'How To Win At Bowling'. Instead of an 'beginning to', or 'an introduction to', I went with this one because it covers a larger area of interest and deals with more questions from all levels of players. So then, when you have a moment, please go and look over these three eproducts and again, just email me the project you are going to be undertaking and I will find the information and post it to the pin-up page for you. Lastly, if you know someone or a group that is going to undertake a project like the ones we have pinned-up, please send them to our page with your recommendations. We can always use as much free word-of-mouth advertising we can get!

Now for those of you who enjoy forming book or topic discussion for the summer time, please go ahead and email me that information and I will see what I can find or have made for you in time for your groups first meeting. I have heard of and sent some information out to a group who is forming a summer time math and reading improvement for kid teams, age nine to thirteen. I thought this was a great idea and could really help those kids out. I would recommend that you consider something like that for your kids this summer. I always have different math and reading improvement programs that you could use. It could be a team event or an individual which ever you prefer. Go to the our pinned page . and look over the 'Fun With Figures' product for the math portion and the 'Rainbow Printable Reading Games Collection' for the reading portion. Both of these are top quality and affordable for most. If you find that you are looking for a program a bit different just email me and ask me to find it for you. Lastly, if you find that you need a prize for a team or for individuals I have helped in the past with our affiliate web services. You can give away an unlimited everything (traffic, band-width storage) web site with their choice of one year registered domain name for right at fifty dollars ($50.00)! Let me know what you are thinking and needing and I will get it all together for you and make things as easy as possible for you.

Now, here is your March 8 2013 Blog Carnival of Christian Family Information Exchange. Please share this with family and friends. There is a lot of great information for you and your family. You may even re-post this elsewhere. Just keep all the URL's and the byline at the very bottom somewhere within the re-post. Thank you for your support and business. May God bless you and yours for always!

Carter White presents 10 Ways to Avoid Fighting with Your Teen posted at Babysitting , saying, "During the tumultuous teenage years, these are 10 of the most reliable ways to avoid fighting with your child."

Michelle Brown presents 9 Tips For Getting a Doctor’s Appointment Now posted at Nanny , saying, "When you or your child is suffering from an illness, your first instinct is usually to visit the doctor. However, a quick conversation with the receptionist can reveal that waiting times are days or even weeks long, leaving you or your sick child to fend for yourselves until the doctor’s packed schedule eases enough to admit you."

Tom Clark presents 10 Great iPhone Apps for Improving Your Parenting Style posted at Nanny Agencies , saying, "Adopting the technological advances made possible by the App Store and the iPhone can help you update your parenting style, staying relevant while still holding true to the basic tenets that make up your parenting philosophy."

Alaina Moore presents 10 Rules New Low-Carb Dieters Should Follow posted at aupair.org, saying, "Cutting carbohydrates is a cornerstone tenet of many popular diets, due in part to the simple fact that these diet plans can be quite effective when they’re followed properly."

Kevin Giffin presents 10 Reasons Some Kids Aren’t Ready For Kindergarten posted at Summer Nanny, saying, "For kids who have never attended daycare and were not enrolled in preschool, kindergarten can mark the first time he ventures into the world and takes the first steps along a long road towards independence."

Josh Champagne presents Do Infrared Heaters Save Money? posted at Josh Champagne, saying, "Being good stewards of the resources God gives us means finding ways to save on expenses. My wife and I experimented with an infrared heater this winter to see if all the EdenPure ads were just a bunch of hot air."

Jason P. presents Guide to Finding the Best Children’s Savings Accounts and Teaching Children How to Save Money posted at One Money Design, saying, "Teaching children how to save money is an important responsibility of parents. It prepares kids for the future and helps them learn how to make important decisions with money. This is an in depth guide to helping parents teach kids about savings and how to find a children’s savings account for their needs."

Rick Schiano presents God Is My Sufficiency posted at Ricks Victory Blog.

Alaina Morgan presents 15 Easy Things Parents Can Do To Increase Kid Cooperation posted at Nanny Babysitter, saying, "These tips can help you put your kids on a path to cooperation, reducing disputes and hard feelings."

Michelle Brown presents 10 Things Nannies Should Know About Sensory Processing Disorder posted at Nanny, saying, "For childcare providers with limited experience caring for children with sensory processing disorders, figuring out the best way to meet their charge’s needs isn’t always easy."

Kaylee Adams presents How to Stop Grocery Store Meltdowns posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "While ordering your groceries online and having them delivered is certainly one option for moms who want to avoid incurring a grocery store meltdown when their toddler is in tow, in reality, that’s not always the most practical grocery shopping solution."

Sharon Moore presents Best Practices for Using Online Job Sites in Your Nanny Search posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "Using an online nanny job site to find your next nanny can be a money-saving way to fill your childcare position."

Cherry Liu presents 20 Coffee Hacks Coffee Addicts Will Love posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "Few things are as satisfying as a freshly brewed cup of coffee, and getting your fix more quickly at less expense is just icing on the cake."

Ashley Brown presents 10 Tendencies of Type A Moms posted at Morningside Nannies, saying, "So what if Type A moms are a little too self-critical and competitive? And what’s it to you if they’re a little wound up and tend to overreact? While their constant sense of urgency may lead to stress and heart disease down the road, it also makes them pretty productive on the household front."

Carter White presents 25 Blogs that Will Help Your Tween Become the Ultimate Fashionista posted at Babysitting, saying, "The tween years are typically the time when many young girls begin to become more interested in current trends and dressing fashionably."

Kevin Giffin presents 20 Tips for Surviving a Cruise Ship Stuck at Sea posted at Summer Nanny, saying, "With more than 2,100% growth since 1970, the cruise industry is the single fastest-growing segment of the travel industry as reported by Cruise Lines International Association, Incorporated."

Denise Young presents 15 Ways to Make Boring Foods Fun posted at Au Pair Care, saying, "These 15 tactics can add some visual spice to run of the mill foods, saving the long-term health of your kids and your pocketbook in the process."

Shelby Martin presents How to be an Advocate for Your Sick Child posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "When medical care goes wrong or school administrators aren’t willing to work with your child during an extended absence, you’ll be forced to act not only as a caregiver and comforter for your child, but also an advocate for her."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights with Dr. Thomas Phelan on 1-2-3 Magic! posted at eNannySource, saying, "Besides my own mother, no one has shaped my parenting style and caregiving philosophies more than Dr. Thomas Phelan, clinical psychologist, founder of the 1-2-3 Magic program and author of the 1-2-3 Magic book series."

Jim Wilson presents 18 Blogs with Makeup Tips for a Romantic Night Out with Your Honey posted at Babysitters, saying, "Many of the posts have videos so you can see how the makeup is applied. These 18 blog articles should help you achieve a sexy, polished look for a special night out."

Jessica Clark presents 10 Reasons Every Poem Should Rhyme and How it Could Impact You BIG Time posted at Kenney Myers, saying, "While Ezra Pound is largely credited with starting the free verse poetry movement that created more relaxed style requirements and eliminated the wide-spread use of formal poetry, there are still plenty of aficionados out there who firmly believe that all poetry should rhyme."

Denise Thompson presents 30 Blogs with Fabulous Ideas for Throwing a Tween Garden Party posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, "Get your tween to help you plan the perfect party for her and her friends to help welcome spring."

Arianna Lee presents How to Help Distractible Kids Develop Solid Study Habits posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, "Many adults will attest to the fact that, as children, they were all over the place and had a difficult time paying attention to one thing at a time."

Layla Martinez presents How to Nip Bedtime Battles in the Bud posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, "Being a parent means helping a child learn and grow, teaching him to make good decisions and instilling healthy lifestyle habits so that one day he will become an independent, self-sufficient adult. This requires affection, discipline, consistency and dedication on the part of the parent."

Tim Hall presents 10 Lessons Leaders Learn from Youth Mission Trips posted at Summer Nanny Jobs, saying, "If you’re receptive to the experience and approach leading a youth mission trip with an open mind, these are only a sampling of the lessons you can learn along the way."

Kaitlyn Johnson presents 15 Tips for Keeping Your Newborn Healthy posted at Newborn Care, saying, "Bringing your new baby home is one of the most exciting times in a parent’s life, but it can also be one of the most nerve-wracking."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents 21 Blogs with Recipes for Home Remedies to Help Fight Your Child’s Cold posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "These 21 blog posts will share home remedies for coughs, stuffy noses and earaches."

Jonathan Grant presents How Can I Know God’s Will? posted at Questions & Answers About Life, saying, "What every Christian will ask themselves about a million times during their lifetime!"

Hailey Jones presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Understanding Food Labels posted at Nanny Websites, saying, "Food labels can certainly cause confusion. With so much information printed in such a small space, it can become difficult to work out what’s in your food and how it affects your body."

Maryanne Williams presents Top 10 Things Parents Are Looking for in a Nanny posted at Share a Nanny, saying, "Every job description is different depending on the family’s need."

Kaylee Adams presents 24 Blogs with Ideas for How to Make a Mood Board posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "Mood boards can be created for any number of reasons. Sometimes fashion stylists will put together inspiration for a line of clothes on a mood board. Decorators might create a mood board to get a feel for how their client wants to decorate a room."

David Thompsonn presents 20 Creative Ways to Save Money for a Family Vacation posted at Backup Care, saying, "These 20 savings tips can add up big time, helping you to reach your travel goals before you know it."

Diego Brown presents What Nannies Need to Know about Kosher Kitchens posted at National Nannies, saying, "Keeping kosher is an important part of Judaism, and is a part of food preparation in which nannies working for observant Jewish families need to be well-versed."

Jeff Moore presents Raising Successful Teens Without Putting Too Much Pressure on Them to Perform posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "As a parent, the desire to see your children succeed is a natural one. There is a difference, however, between encouraging your kids to do their best and placing them under so much pressure that they resort to desperate measures in order to achieve success."

Jessica Clark presents 20 Things That Are Statistically Safer Than You Think posted at Kenney Myers, saying, "The world can be a dangerous place, there’s no doubt about it."

Kevin Giffin presents How to Shop for School Clothes on a Budget posted at Summer Nanny, saying, "Shopping for school clothes doesn’t have to sink you into debt. Your kids can wear trendy and unique outfits on a budget, as long as you’re willing to work at finding them."

Alaina Moore presents What Parents of Overweight Kids Need to Know posted at aupair, saying, "Here is some food for thought for parents of overweight children, along with some practical, real-life advice for handling the situation."

Arianna Lee presents How to Get Your Kids to Eat More Dinner Without Bribing Them with Dessert posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, "Getting your picky little eater to clean his plate can be a tricky task."

Steve Jackson presents 18 Blogs to Help You Make Dazzling Butterflies to Decorate Your House for Spring posted at Housekeeping, saying, "The butterfly is a classic symbol of spring with its bright wings and delicate body. Craft butterflies are a great way to decorate your house in anticipation for the springtime, and making butterflies doesn’t have to be difficult."

Teri Jones presents Why You Should Think Twice About Putting a TV in Your Kid’s Bedroom posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "These days, it seems like every kid has a television in his room."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents Ten Common Parenting Fails posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "There comes a time in almost every person’s life when the past transgressions of their parents rear their ugly heads. It’s at those times that most adults pledge never to make the same mistakes with their own kids."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights: Talking About Resilience with Lorraine Hirst of Way2be.me posted at eNannySource, saying, "For many parents and caregivers, helping their children bounce back from defeat is a real challenge, so I reached out to Lorraine Hirst, emotional intelligence and resilience expert, to see how parents and nannies can help children develop their bounce-back factor and foster resilience."

Olivia Lewiss presents Parenting an Inquisitive Child posted at Hire a Nanny, saying, "A high level of inquisitiveness is one of the more common signs that your child is gifted, which is a blessing for most parents."

Kaitlyn Johnson presents 10 Obnoxious Questions Strangers Ask New Moms posted at Newborn Care, saying, "Adding a new member to the family is supposed to be one of the most exhilarating, rewarding times of your entire life, and for the most part, it certainly is. There are times, though, when the prying questions and rude inquiries of others serve to momentarily spoil the mood of baby bliss."

Isabella Harriss presents 15 Ways to Make Money as a Mom Blogger posted at Nanny News Network, saying, "There is money to made from blogging, and moms have a lot of knowledge and information that others will pay to access."

Kaylee Adams presents The Importance of Building Trust with a New Nanny posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "Trust is a highly prized commodity. It is something that is not freely given, but rather earned, and in some cases hard won. When it comes to the care of your child, it is imperative that there is a strong bond of trust between you and your nanny."

Elisabeth Wright presents 10 of the Most Outrageous Nervous Reactions posted at Vitamins and Minerals, saying, "Nervous reactions are difficult to overcome because they often happen through no control of your own."

Denise Thompson presents 30 Blogs with the Best Ideas for Teacher Appreciation Week posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, "Without teachers, many children would not learn what it takes to graduate high school and go on to college. While it’s important to appreciate your child’s teachers all year long."

Denise Young presents 24 Blogs with Exciting Ideas on How to Make Your Cinco de Mayo Rock posted at Au Pair Care, saying, "Literally translated, it just means the 5th of May, but to Mexico Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of a victory over the French army."

Dan Robinson presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Translating Languages posted at Aupair Jobs, saying, "Finding yourself in a situation where you are unable to adequately communicate, on the other hand, is extremely frustrating. A language barrier can stunt relationships that could have grown stronger otherwise."

Sharon Moore presents Avoiding Power Struggles with Your Kids posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "Here are some tips on how to avoid these power struggles and enjoy more harmony with your child."

Tom Clark presents The Advantages of Using a Placement Agency to Find a Nanny posted at Nanny Agencies, saying, "Using a placement agency to find your next nanny can save you time and frustration while providing you with expert guidance throughout the process."

Carter White presents Where to Shop for Coordinating Outfits for Siblings posted at Babysitting, saying, "If you want to make a fashion statement with your brood without dressing them in identical outfits in their respective sizes, these websites are great places to shop for outfits that complement one another, rather than matching perfectly."

That will conclude this March 8 2013 edition. Please submit your blog article to the next edition of Christian Family Information Exchangeusing our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Roy Twogood is Managing Director of OLIN e-Publishing Company & OLINeBooks of Denver Colorado - http://www.olinepublishing.com/ . Parents why not make it a spring-break time and then again in summer time writing assignment for your student? Topics could be 'how it is to be a Christian teen', or 'why the world seems to be turning it's back on God' or any topic of their choosing. Once checked by you, it then can be posted or emailed to me and I will publish it. They can make a copy of it for their teacher so that they can get extra credit upon returning to school. If need be, I have no problem asking a teacher to give a student extra credit for a published article! So let me know if you need my assistance. Lastly, published articles and the like are great resume' type of adds for your student's career. please help them get a long line of 'adds' to aid them in getting into the schools they wish to. Thank you for your business and support. God bless!

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