Author: Alicia

Dos and Don’ts during an Insurance Claims Procedure

When one starts paying their first insurance premiums installation after taking out a policy, that feeling of having some peace of mind often makes us relax a bit too much in terms of making an effort to understand just what we’ve gotten ourselves into. Yes it’s good to bask in the peace of mind which naturally follows, but you have some responsibilities to uphold as one of two parties in a financial and legal agreement that exists in the form of the insurance policy you’ve taken out. One of these responsibilities is acquainting yourself with the dos and don’ts...

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Are the Fears Parents Have Really Irrational?

For someone whose life has been jam-packed with quite a lot of activity growing up, I appear to have quite a good recollection of some of the elements anyone’s life most people would have a hard time remembering, such as how I seem to remember word-for-word some of the conversations I’ve had with my parents and even my grandparents. One such conversation I had with my mother when I was extremely young was that of how she was worried about how my entire generation of kids would turn out. She was worried about things like moral decay, lack of...

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Getting Involved in Your Children’s Career Choices

Depending on who you ask, you could perhaps say that I come from a very traditional family along with my husband, but then again who exactly constitutes this “society” which seems to be setting all the rules for how we’re supposed to live our lives and everything around that? I would say we come from traditional families in the sense that both sets of our parents pretty much held similar views by way of what constitutes “traditional” careers to get into, something which is perhaps further driven by the dynamics surrounding immigration and integration. Basically if you’re different in...

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Exploring Modern-Day Homeschooling Trends

It never quite happened for me, but back when I was still a youngster making my way through school, I had a dream of being homeschooled. It’s not that I had a bad experience at school with bullying or anything of the sort, but I just thought there must surely be a better way of getting through the obviously important curriculum than that of waking up bright and early every single morning and then having to conform to what I thought was a rather restrictive system of learning. I saw it as more of a system of instruction than...

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5 best treks in Mauritius

Mauritius is one of the most exotic holiday destinations in the whole wide world, stealing the hearts of all kinds of travelers across the globe. Those into hiking and gorgeous nature trails will certainly fall in love with this little African island gem. You can stay in a lovely private pool villa near to the beach and from there, let you adventure start! Here are 5 great mountain and nature treks in Mauritius to thrill all outdoor enthusiasts; 1. Black River Peak The Black River Peak, the highest mountain on Mauritius Island peak at 838 meters above sea level....

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