Designing Your Kidís Room is Childís Play!Written by BatSheva Vaknin
Designing Your Kidís Room is Childís Play! By BatSheva Vaknin
Would your childís room benefit from some fresh design ideas and reorganization? Most could, but it can be hard to know where to begin and what concepts to use. Obviously, age and personality of your child, not to mention your budget, will dictate much of design concept. But where and how to begin? With these easy-to-follow tips, you will be ready to dive right in and decorate. A room with a viewpoint Every piece of furniture, wall-hanging and accessory in a childís room contributes to an overall feeling conveyed by room. A sports theme conveys excitement, while soft white clouds against a light blue sky add a relaxing, inspirational touch. Choose design that is right for your child by having a conversation with each object and piece of furniture before you place it in room, asking what it could contribute and where it would like to be placed. Ask room what color it would like to be painted, or walls what they would like hanging on them. Stay open-minded and you will realize answer to each question is within you. Give your child room of his or her dreams - literally Did you know that children sleep for up to sixteen hours a day and sometimes more, depending on their age? For child development, sleep is as vital for health and well-being as food. So your first consideration when designing your childís bedroom should be to create a space that feels comfortable, warm and safe. Keep this in mind when planning to decorate, since creating an atmosphere where your child can sleep peacefully is more important than adapting latest hot design trend. Minimize distractions, maximize peace of mind Messy, cluttered rooms add a subtle layer of stress to inhabitant, and can inhibit proper relaxation. Keep your childís room well-organized, with as few distractions as possible. Before you begin to decorate your childís room, remove all furniture, toys, clothes, and wall-hangings. Clean entire room, using natural cleaners that wonít irritate your childís sensitive nostrils and lungs. Color me beautiful Paint can transform an ordinary room into a world of your childís own. Color will influence how your child feels, so choose shades or combinations that promote relaxation, security, happiness and love. Green, blue, pink, pastel orange, and beige are all good choices. Let your child help pick color, but stay away from bright reds and yellows which can be overly vibrant, making it hard for your child to relax, and from dreary grays, browns or black, which can be depressing and may affect your childís mood. Paint should be freshened every two to four years, and should provide a nice backdrop for rest of room.
Bed sheets, blankets and bumpers should also be soothing to eye, so steer clear of bright, dominant colors. Pastels of any color work fine here, as does plain white or cream. When it comes to room accents, you can be creative with colors. A childís chair or step stool can be painted in bright primary colors, eliciting feelings of excitement, while a large soft teddy bear or rug can be light blue or pink, enveloping your child in comfort and love. Clear that clutter! Once paint is dry, bring back in bed. Place bed in its ideal location, then one by one, fill out room with other furniture pieces (see Feng Shui Tips, below). If room starts to look cluttered, do not feel you must fit in everything. Trade chest of drawers for a closet organizer, wire or wood systems.
Do It Yourself DivorceWritten by Sara Jenkins
At this fast age, when people are busy with their own work, meeting a lawyer for a Divorce becomes a big problem. Even if you are about to file a divorce case and you lack time to spare for lawyer, there are other options available for you. Pro Se Divorce can save your time and money, if you are working with your spouse. If you meet given criteria, you have option of filing your own divorce papers. This is a Do It Yourself Divorce.
To be eligible for Do It Yourself Divorce, there should be no minor child involved with couple. If there is a common property or debt, couple should agree to divide and share it, before they file a Do It Yourself Divorce. There must be no retirement or pension plans and investment or stock exchange hold by couple. These might not qualify them for a Do It Yourself Divorce.
Under provision of Do It Yourself Divorce, a couple involved in military cannot take a separation. Moreover, a couple involved must have proper means to support them to undergo this form of divorce. If there is no impending bankruptcy in near future, and no history of abuse or intimidation, you are definitely eligible for Do It Yourself Divorce.