Two Activities to Keep Homeschool Kids Socially Active

Posted on: 4 May 2016

With the advancements in homeschooling options, more parents are opting to keep their kids home during the day to complete their school work and obtain the education that they need to become successful adults. When a child is kept out of public school, many parents look for activities for the kids to participate in so they can keep up with social interaction and increase personal skills and confidence. If you are a homeschooling parent and are looking for some ideas of what you can do with your kids outside of the educational system, you can find two fun ideas below.
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Go Team! Ten Ways To Plan The Perfect Sports-Themed Wedding

Posted on: 10 February 2016

For a pair of sports fans getting married, it's a must-do to include their favorite sports pastime in the wedding somehow. And whether you're a rabid fan looking for an outlandish, unique way to honor your favorite team or you're a quiet fan who wants to add a fun homage, there are any number of ways to show your pride on your wedding day. Here are 10 ideas that can be incorporated into any wedding.
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Six Things To Look For When Buying A New Pair Of Golf Shoes

Posted on: 11 August 2015

Buying golf shoes isn't something you should do lightly; you spend many hours on your feet, traipsing across greens and around water hazards. Make an effort to find golf shoes that are made of durable, resilient materials and that won't cost an arm and a leg. Before you buy a pair of golf shoes, take time to review some of the features that you will want to look for to ensure high-performing golf shoes on and off the course.
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Getting The Most Benefits From Your Golf Game

Posted on: 10 August 2015

While golfing doesn't have to be super strenuous, it still has a wide variety of health benefits. How you get from hole to hole can affect just how beneficial the game is, but even those who ride in golf carts can benefit. Burn Calories and Lose Weight When golfing 9 holes, the average person burns 411 calories if they ride in a cart, 613 if they walk but have the caddie deal with their clubs, 718 calories if they use a pull cart and 721 calories if they carry the bag themselves.
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