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Santa… And The Other Lies We Tell Our Children

Little lies, we tell them on a regular basis. For the most part, we tell lies to children to shield them from reality and offer them something to hold onto. Santa is only one of them, but there are lots more lies we tell our children each and every day from bogeymen to the monster under the bed. They are all there for children and they are a big part of their lives too. read more here!

Santa Clause

The number one white lie every parent tells their children is Santa Claus. Now, Santa has many names throughout the world but it certainly is the lie that stays with a child forever. It’s exciting to know when you wake up on Christmas morning Santa would have come and left presents; it’s the one thing children love! Hearing this story is quite important for many children and even as they grow and learn the truth, they can still feel somewhere there is a Santa out there. Continue Reading

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Blogging vs. Twittering

Thousands love the idea of becoming a blogger but often find it’s hard to start-up in this field. For some, they take to Twitter and post there and some can find it really works. However, for others, they don’t like the idea of blogging and think it’s far too competitive to work. So, what is the truth? Can blogging be effective or is twittering the best course of action to take?

What Is Your Aim?

First and foremost, you have to understand a few things about your purpose for going online. Do you have a message to send to millions of parents? Do you want to make money from offering parental tips? If you aren’t interested in making money from your messages then twittering is the one for you. This can reach millions of people within a matter of minutes simply because others see your post and re-tweet it and share with others so many can view it. However, if you are looking to make a little money from your experiences as a mother or parent then blogging might be far more effective.

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