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Interested in home schooling? You've come to the right place!

Are YOU a new parent interested in home schooling your child? It's not an easy road, that's for sure--but it can be a fantastic way to take direct control of your child's education and development. I've been doing just this for my own three children for six years now, and I've decided that it's time to share what I know with the world. I'll be covering how to brush up on the subjects you might not be so hot at yourself, how to ensure your child receives the proper socialisation and how best to make learning fun for all the family--and much, much more!

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Features to Look for When Choosing a Corporate Sponsorship Program
17 August 2018

Are you looking for corporate donation opportuniti

3 Basics About Defensive Driving That Every Novice Heavy-Duty Driver Must Know
24 January 2018

The assumption of defensive driving is that other

Don't Overlook These Important Factors When Choosing Childcare
8 January 2018

The right day-care for your child or children is v

Safely Handling and Transporting Dry Ice
17 November 2017

Dry ice is a substance used in quite a variety of

Do We Need to Learn to Drive Cars That Drive Themselves?
27 October 2017

With the increasing prevalence of autonomous techn

Features to Look for When Choosing a Corporate Sponsorship Program

Are you looking for corporate donation opportunities? Interested in donating money to a charitable cause, but not sure where to start? Luckily, there are a lot of programs seeking corporate sponsors. As you start to review different programs, you may want to keep the following criteria in mind. Reflects Your Beliefs When choosing a program for your corporate donation, you should look for a program that reflects your beliefs. For instance, if you're really concerned about the environment, you may want to pick a charity focused on that. Read More 

3 Basics About Defensive Driving That Every Novice Heavy-Duty Driver Must Know

The assumption of defensive driving is that other drivers can make mistakes on the road; further, adverse driving conditions like poor lighting, unfavourable weather, the poor state of the vehicle, and heavy traffic can lead to potential accidents. Therefore, defensive driving prepares a driver to navigate such situations without causing an accident or incident that might lead to deaths, injuries or damage to property. Drivers of heavy-duty vehicles must be adept at defensive driving because the massive size of such vehicles coupled with enormous cargo loads can lead to accidents. Read More 

Don’t Overlook These Important Factors When Choosing Childcare

The right day-care for your child or children is very important for you and for them, as you need a facility that is easily accessible and affordable, while your child will need one that is enjoyable and that encourages learning. Since you have so many options for day-care facilities no matter your location or the age of your child, note a few factors that you don't want to overlook when making your choice, so you know you end up with a facility that is the best for everyone. Read More 

Safely Handling and Transporting Dry Ice

Dry ice is a substance used in quite a variety of industries, largely because of its excellent cooling properties. Put simply, dry ice is compressed and frozen carbon dioxide, which forms a solid product much colder than ordinary water ice. It's these super-low temperatures that make dry ice so useful. But it's these low temperatures that are largely responsible for making it a hazardous substance. If you're preparing dry ice for packing and transportation, it's important to know how to do it safely to protect yourself and others. Read More 

Do We Need to Learn to Drive Cars That Drive Themselves?

With the increasing prevalence of autonomous technologies in daily life, certain industries are changing at a more rapid rate than others. Self-driving cars are taking up a lot of the spotlight, with big companies like Google, Tesla, and Uber (as well as numerous traditional auto manufacturers) pursuing the development of autonomous vehicles. While the Australian National Roads and Motorists' Association concluded in a 2017 study that drivers' licences will eventually become obsolete, there's still a long way to go before robot cars are really in control. Read More