Showing posts with label Relationship. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Relationship. Show all posts

Monday, 2 April 2018

It’s Okay to ‘Fail’ on Your Way to Finding What You Want to Do

“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” ~George Bernard Shaw
 I would say it’s a safe assumption that most people aren’t quite sure what they’re doing.
What do I mean? I mean that most individuals—whether they look polished and presentable or haphazardly have their life thrown together—are generally playing a game called “life.” And they’re trying the best they can.
In other words, we’re all capable and have all experienced the highs and lows of what life has to offer. Unfortunately, that’s just part of the human experience. To try to ride the highs while avoiding the lows is counterproductive and, quite frankly, impossible.
But it’s also easy to feel like you’re falling down a dark rabbit hole when times are tougher. And one of those feelings revolves around our desire to make an impact on this world, finding what really drivesus.
Great! Now, where to start?
And that’s the problem. Most of us, including myself, have fallen victim to not knowing what to do with our lives, both professionally and even personally.
And I offer you this: that is perfectly okay. And it is perfectly okay to fail on your way to finding out what to do with your life.


Failing Whether You Want To or Not

Life isn’t about an end goal or a destination. Life is about enjoying the ride and trying different things. Things you will succeed at and things you won’t succeed at.
I personally have failed at many things in my life in its two most common forms: action and inaction.
One of my biggest “failures” of inaction was sticking with a career that I didn’t enjoy on any level for far too long. It got so bad, I would begin to dread Saturdays because I knew the next day was Sunday, which meant the day before the workweek began. And when that week started, I counted the days down until the weekend.
And the cycle would repeat. Yet I kept this uncomfortable routine for years, lying to myself and saying that it was okay because I had a stable job, a good income, and it could be worse.
I was too scared to take a step or make a move. And years flew by before I realized it was time to take one.
I also didn’t move when I had the opportunity to. I didn’t take a trip because it might have required a bit more financing than I thought. I didn’t volunteer because life got busy and I shelved the idea.
The lack of moving forward, or taking a step, results in a failed effort to grow as a person. We begin to regret that we didn’t do X, Y, or Z. And unfortunately, living with regret is the fastest way to bury yourself into a hole.
But failure can also occur as you go about sticking your neck out and trying different things.
And unfortunately, this is the one that scares most people. Why? Because there is nothing worse than actually taking a leap of faith, only to have it blow up in our face. We may learn valuable life lessons from it, yet it doesn’t exactly help our arch-nemesis, the ego.
But as Wayne Gretzky once said: “You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take.”
So if the last relationship you got into didn’t work out, it’ll be okay. If the job you switched to didn’t turn out in your favor, not a problem. And if telling someone your true feelings got you on the wrong side of the equation, so be it.
Now you know. And you never would have known if you didn’t take that step. Rest easy knowing that you made the effort.

Life and Newton’s First Law of Motion

I remember at very specific points telling myself that sooner than later I’d figure out what I wanted to do with my life, but I needed to keep my job in the meantime.
Life doesn’t work like that.
I used to think that a lightning bolt from Zeus himself would come down and strike me, in the form of some epiphany wrapped in a layer of motivation. This “lightning bolt,” some kind of chance meeting with someone or witnessing something, would basically give me all the info I needed to pursue the things in life that were meant for me.
I was convinced it was that simple.
As you can imagine, that lightning bolt never hit, and I felt stuck. And it was equally hard to imagine a different life besides the one I was living: going to work, watching TV, and going out on the weekends with friends.
This life I was living had done me fairly well up to this point, but I knew something was missing. What that piece (or pieces) were, I didn’t know. But all of us, at some point, feel that sort of “empty” void when we know something is absent.
After awhile, I began to take steps to try different things that struck my fancy. Things like writing, taking an art class, volunteering, reading, researching different industries and careers, and many more. If it stuck out to me, I was willing to give it a shot.
And here you have executed on Newton’s First Law of Motion: An object either remains at rest or continues to move at a constant velocity, unless acted upon by an external force.  
In simpler terms, an object in motion tends to stay in motion, and an object at rest tends to stay at rest.
Looking back, all of the small things I tried were baby steps, but very important ones. It was these tiny little movements, so to speak, that enabled me to start moving in a direction that gave me greater joy and led to more fulfillment.
I started writing for a local magazine, free of charge, in an effort to practice my writing. I made it a point to read at least one book every two weeks, and ended with over thirty-four by year-end. I went back to school and completely changed careers.
And, as you can imagine, life got much better. But it didn’t go completely smoothly. I had some wrong turns in there, including taking a bad job and entering a bad relationship.
I did all these things in an effort to find my true calling, the one or two things that completely light me up and I would do for free without hesitation. Have I found it yet? I can’t say I have.
And yet somehow, I’m a little more at ease knowing that while I may not know what I want to do with my life, I’m trying things that will help me eventually find it.
I can also tell you that I’ve failed multiple times through taking action and I’ve failed multiple times by doing nothing.
It’s through these failures, though, that I’ve learned to hone in on the things that worked. And through honing in on the things that worked, I’ve been able to focus my attention in areas that interest me and have given me the greatest return.

You Have An Amazing Ride If You Want It

If I were to tell you with 110 percent certainty and conviction that life has an amazing ride in store for you if you were to take baby steps toward finding yourself, would you do it? If I were to then tell you that no matter what steps you take, you will ultimately fail at some point, would you still do it?
It should give you comfort to know that the steps you take won’t be perfect by any means. And knowing they’re not perfect should take the pressure off on trying to create immaculate scenarios every single time.
I know one thing: I’m much closer to finding my life’s purpose than I was before. And it’s because I’ve taken steps to try different things and see what sticks and what doesn’t.
Ultimately, there are many steps in life ahead of you that will be the right choice, and a few that will be the wrong choice. But either way, you’re winning by taking action.

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Sunday, 11 February 2018

Beware, Ladies! Never Marry A Man With These 12 Habits

When in love you can’t think anything else except to marry the man you love. Love makes us blind and we tend to make some terrible choices that we’ll regret later. It would be a great folly to marry a guy who’s the complete opposite of your imaginary Mr Right and the qualities he possesses.

But imagine being married to a guy who thinks you are not worthy of wonderful things, does not like to be seen with you and thinks of you as nothing more than his wife or thinks you don’t have the qualities he wants in his girl. Isn’t it like the worst dream ever?
So We’ve Listed Down Some Qualities And If Your Man Has Most Of Them Then Reconsider Your Choices And Don’t Marry Him!
1. MORE FOCUSED ON HIS WORK THAN YOU
Soon after marriage, there is a steep rise in responsibilities and if he isn’t giving time to you right now you already know what’s going to happen after you marry him. So it’s better if he balances both but if he doesn’t let him be with his work rather than you.
2. HE DOESN’T RESPECT YOU AND ABUSES YOU
Do you need another reason to break the relationship and not marry a man like him? A man who can’t respect and abuses his woman is not even worth calling a man! Just break up and leave him! Among all the qualities this is the one that you should never ignore!
3. IS NARROW-MINDED
The idea of spending your whole life with a guy who is not open-minded sounds like a nightmare. That’s something that’s surely going to make you regret your decision. You don’t want to be with someone for the rest of your life who restraints you from doing all the normal things just because of his fear of things going wrong or his mistrust on you.
4. MAKES EXCUSES
If he’s making excuses all the time that can only mean that something else is more important to him than you. It’s all about priorities and obviously, you are not his priority. You don’t want to spend your entire life with someone who can’t make you feel important in his life.
5. LIES
Relationships are all about trust and believing in each other. If he takes that away by breaking the code of taking confidence in each other than he needs to be replaced. If not the lies, then the liar needs to be confronted.

6. DOESN’T LET GO OF THE FIGHTS
A little argument and fights are necessary for a relationship but if he just doesn’t let it end you need to think about being with him. But if he never agrees to settle on a decision and is not willing to let you keep your opinion, he is the problem and you need to move away from him.
7. BREAKS HIS PROMISES
You can forgive someone for forgetting some important days and even breaking a promise if it’s done once in a blue moon. But what if he breaks his promises often? If your man does that it’s time to leave him because he’s just making a fool of you. Find a keeper instead of being with a promise breaker.
8. DOESN’T HAVE MOMENTS OF EPIPHANY
A man who constantly thinks that everything he does is utterly right and his decisions can never be wrong needs to have a reality check. If he never experiences any moments of epiphany and never doubts anything he does, his behaviour can be harmful to you as well.
9. HATES ANIMALS
How on earth can someone even hate animals? If you man hates animals without any valid reason and always asks you to choose between your pet and him, just choose your pet! At least they’re loyal and loves you and obviously don’t ask you to make choices.
10. TOO CLINGY
Everyone needs their personal space and if doesn’t give you that just leave him. You’re not dating a kid and surely won’t like if someone is dependent on you 24*7. When men cling to us for more than usual, it either means that they have insecurity issues or they don’t trust you with your actions. Being clingy is just not normal.
11. CHEATS YOU
Well, forgiveness doesn’t always work. If he has cheated you once chance is if they do it once they are going to do it again. So don’t even give a second thought about being with this man or marry him.
12. IMMATURE
If he the kind of guy who throws people off after a minor fights or quarrel, he is not the right guy to be with. If he behaves immaturely and can’t handle things like an adult you need to reconsider your decision to marry him.

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Thursday, 1 February 2018

Best marriage advice ever by a dad to his son. This is gold!

When I consider what type of advice is the best to give, I have to say marriage advice. Why? Because your spouse is who you spend your entire life with. They are the ones who endure every hardship, failure and struggle with you. They are by your side for success, growth and blessings. You lean on each other, rely on each other and make a life together.

A marriage is a partnership and if you nurture it, it can be the most powerful thing in your life. It can give you comfort and hope and stability when the rest of the world can not.


WORDS FROM A FATHER TO A SON ABOUT MARRIAGE.
  1. My son, if you keep spending on a woman and she never asked you if you’re saving or investing, and she keeps enjoying the attention, don’t marry her.
  1. My son, a woman could be a good wife to you, some could be a good mother to your children but if you’ve found a woman like a mother to you, your children and your family, please don’t let her go.

  1. My son, don’t confine the position of your wife to the kitchen, where did you get that from? Even in our days, we had farm-lands where they worked every morning . . . that was our office.
  2. My son, if I tell you that you’re the head of the house, don’t look at your pocket; look if you will see a smile on your wife’s face.
    1. My son, if you want to have a long life, let your wife be in-charge of your salary, it will be difficult for her to spend it when she’s aware of the home needs and bills to pay but if it’s in your care, she will keep you asking even when all has been spent.

    1. My son, don’t ever beat your woman, the pain in her body is nothing to be compared to the wound on her heart and that means you may be in trouble living with a wounded woman.
    1. My son, now that you’re married, if you live a bachelor kind of life with your wife, you will soon be single again.
    1. My son, in our days, we had many wives and many children because of our large farm-lands and many harvests, there are hardly any land for farming anymore, so embrace your woman closely.
    1. My son, under the big tree that I did meet your mother could be your eateries and restaurants of nowadays, but remember, the closet thing we did there was to embrace each other.
    1. My son, don’t be carried away when you start making more money, instead of spending on those tiny legs that never knew how hard you worked to get it, spend it on that woman that stood by you all along.
    1. My son, when I threw little stones or whistled at the window of your mother father’s house, to call her out, it was not for sex, it was because I missed her so much.
    1. My son, remember, when you say your wife has changed, there could be something you’ve stopped doing too.
    1. My son, your mother, she rode the bicycle with me before I bought that tortoise car outside there, any woman that won’t endure with you in your little beginning should not enjoy your riches.
    1. My son, don’t compare your wife to any woman, there are ways she’s enduring you too and has she ever compared you to any man?
    1. My son, there is this thing you people call feminism, well, if a woman claim to have equal right with you in the house, divide all the bills into two equal parts, take one part and ask her to start paying the other part.
    1. My son, I met your mother a virgin and I took more yams to her father, if you don’t meet your wife a virgin, don’t blame her, what I didn’t tell you is that our women had prestige.
    1. My son, I didn’t send your sisters to school because I was foolish like many to think a female child won’t extend my family name, please don’t make that mistake, the kind of female achievers I see nowadays has made the male-gender an ordinary tag.
    1. My son, your mother have once locked up the cloth I was wearing and almost tore it because she was angry, I did not raise my hand to beat her because of a day like this, so that I can be proud to tell you that I never for once beat your mother.
    1. My son, in our days, our women had more of natural beauty, though I wouldn’t lie to you, some had minor painting of their appellation mostly on their arms, the ones you people now call tattoo, but don’t forget that they didn’t expose any part of their body like your women of nowadays.
    1. My son, your mother and I are not interested in what happens in your marriage, try to handle issues without always coming to us.
    1. My son, remember I bought your mother’s first sewing machine for her, help your wife achieve her dreams just as you’re pursuing yours.
    1. My son, don’t stop taking care of me and your mother, it’s a secret of growing old and having children to take care of you too.
    1. My son, pray with your family, there is a tomorrow you don’t know, talk to God that knows everything, everyday. Source
    Share these words of wisdom if you agree.


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What Does Your Birthday Say About Your Love Life





What Does Your Birthday Say About Your Love Life?

If you've always wondered if winter babies were "naughtier" than summer babies or vice versa, look no further. 

Astrologer Suzie KerrWright created this interesting article to find out the real story behind what your birth month has to do with how you like to make love and your love life overall.

Read on for yourself.

January: January-born people are going to be a little more conservative when it comes to actually hooking up with someone. 
But once they like someone, they'll be very persistent in making it happen. Those born in January have one of the kinkiest signs. You wouldn't think so, but they're right up there with November birthdays in terms of being freaky in the bedroom. 

February: February-born people are adventurers. They have a lot of passion, but you have to really work for it. Their heads are focused in causes and the bigger picture, but you really have to try to get them to connect emotionally. It's not that you can't connect emotionally, but you better be prepared to work for it.

March: March-born people love spending time in bed. Love for them is very intense and bonded because they give their partner everything they have and often take love making to new heights of spirituality.

April: April-born people are very independent, so when they get involved with someone, they give their all. Making love with an April-born person is hot, intense, and very passionate because they're ruled by Mars, but once the love making is over, it's really over. Their passion is huge but they often get tired of people really quickly.

May: May-born people make love to be comfortable and sensual and warm. They love the act of love making itself. They want to make love on satin sheets in a gorgeously decorated room or not at all.

June: June-born people will want to try every position under the sun because they want to know everything about everything. They're not as intense as February-born people, but they're still intense. If you want someone to talk dirty to you, they've got you covered. If you try having naughty phone calls or message chats with them, they will love you forever.

July: Making love with July-born people has to have a deep emotional component. They have to feel safe with someone and once they do, they will do anything to please their partner. They love to nurture people and make sure they're satisfied and have everything they need.

August: August-born people can either be extremely selfish or extremely generous. They'll want to make sure their partner has everything, or they'll sleep with someone and leave immediately. They hate being told what to do in the bedroom, and their egos are easily bruised.

September: They're passionate but they're always in control of their emotions, so when it comes to making love, it'll take a lot to really get them to let go. They won't immediately throw themselves into making love with someone, but if they have an emotional component there, there's nothing they won't do.

October: They want to paint a romantic, passionate picture, and tell you how it'll be and how you'll feel. Then once they tell you, they want to go very slow and make the experience last. They'll really take their time and linger and romance someone. October-born people might lack passion, but they make up for that with spot-on courting that leads up to romantic love making.

November: November-born people are the epitome of what passionate love making is. They need to possess their partners and want their partners to possess them and will make that happen. They will try every act imaginable just to say they've done it.

December: December-born people are very creative in bed. They love to create stories and role-play with partners. It's often hard to connect to them in a deeper way, but they'll make love making fun every single time.



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Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Never Marry A Guy Who Has These 13 Habits

Do NOT marry this person!

Marrying a guy who is the complete opposite of your imaginary Mr. Right would be a great folly. Imagine being married to a guy who thinks you are not worthy of wonderful things, does not like to be seen with you and thinks of you as nothing more than his wife. Isn’t it like the worst dream ever?
Mind you, judging people for doing bad, immoral things is justified. So take some time out before you decide to marry a guy, even if you have dated him for a long time, and go through these 13 habits. If he has them, or most of them, reject him and shut the case close because once you read these habits, you will realize that the only thing you need to do with this guy is either get him jailed or be miles away from him.
#1 NARROW-MINDEDNESS:
The idea of spending your whole life with a guy who is not open-minded sounds like a nightmare. You don’t want to be with someone for the rest of your life who restraints you from doing all the normal things just because of his fear of things going wrong or his mistrust on you.
That kind of negativity can ruin your life and make you regret marrying him. It is better to dump such a man at once instead of later regretting it when he displays his narrow-mindedness and makes your life hell.
#2 HATES ANIMALS:
Didn’t you feel a little blasphemous even reading the phrase ‘hates animals’? Who on earth hates animals? Nobody does; that is the answer. So if he does not like animals without any good reasons like allergies etc and makes you choose between he and your pet, always choose your pet.
Not having fondness of them is fine but literally wanting to be away from them because ‘they are animals’ shows great lack of empathy. You will be living with a cruel human animal if you decide to marry him.
#3 THE RELATIONSHIP RULES MEAN NOTHING TO HIM:
He likes to play wild, and it is not a good sign. You tell to not do something and he does exactly the same. Not only is that disrespecting you but it is completely disregarding the relationship rules.
Every relationship has some ground rules that need to be followed naturally by both the partners but if he goes off the line again and again without ever paying heed to your concerns about them, he is totally not worth marrying. Absolute disrespect should never be appreciated or given a second chance.
#4 BREAKS PROMISES:
A little mistake or a sometimes forgetful mind can be excused and even a big promise, if broken once in a blue moon, can be forgiven too but if the frequency of promise breaking increases visibly then it is time for some cleaning and washing.
If he nods vigorously while making promises and easily breaks those only days later, it obviously means that he is making a fool out of you. That is not a good relationship to be in so reject that promise-breaker and find a keeper.
#5 GIVES YOU SECONDARY TREATMENT:
It gets messy when one of the two people is more into the relationship than the other one. It begins to fall apart since it is all about giving, taking, sharing and receiving, just like Joey said. So if you are the one giving your best to the relationship while he sleeps peacefully and does nothing at all, it means that you do not mean to him what he means to you.
There is no point taking such an empty connection along so do not marry the guy who gives you secondary treatment when you deserve to be the first priority.
#6 DOESN’T HAVE MOMENTS OF EPIPHANY:
A guy who constantly thinks that everything he does is utterly right and his decisions can never be wrong needs to have a reality check. It is, indeed, cruel to force someone to change for you and should not be done.
But a person ought to realize his mistakes and be ready to make changes in himself accordingly for the sake of goodness. If he never experiences any moments of epiphany and never doubts anything he does, his cocksure behavior can be harmful for you as well.
#7 EXCESSIVE EXCUSES:
Excuses are only a way of saying
“I am sorry but I had more important things to do and you do not matter to me as much as you think you do.”
End of story.
If he has more excuses than reasons and they are all too senseless to be true, he is only trying to lie to you and if not, only feeling too lazy to include you in everything. Such behavior in the guy you are about to marry can be a turn off and should be a turn off.
#8 KEEPS THE FIGHTS ALIVE:
Fights are good, even healthy, but not if they never end. It is completely okay to voice your opinions in front of your partner even if they oppose his own and it is okay to have a discussion from two different points of views.
But if he never agrees to settle on a decision and is not willing to let you keep your opinion, he is the problem. Both the people involved have to respect each other differences. If he likes to the opposite and keeps the fights alive, you need to move away.
#9 KILLS THE CONVERSATIONS:
He is a great talker, it is awesome, but as soon as it comes to you telling a story or sharing something, he cuts you down like it does not matter. He is the conversation killer.
Not only do these habits show lack of conversations skills but also show your insignificance in his opinion, how your turn does not matter and he is better off without you pitching in on something. You don’t want to be ignored like that for the rest of your life; never make the mistake of marrying such a conversation killer.
#10 LIAR:
Small lies, cute lies and insignificant lies that are told for good are excusable and even justifiable but lies that affect your relationship and are spoken again and again need to be dealt with. If not the lies then the liar needs to be confronted.
Relationships are all about trust and believing in each other. If he takes that away by breaking the code of taking confidence in each other then he needs to be replaced. Lies damage a relationship slowly like termites damage wood.
#11 HATES FAMILY:
No matter how annoying our parents can get sometimes, we can never really hate them or cut them off our lives. Family is where we started and forgetting them is no less than a sin. If he hates his family, just because family is annoying or for any other weak reason, then he is not fit to marry you or anyone else.
Marriage is about starting a family. How do you expect him to start a family of his own if he is not able to cope with his own former family?
#12 IMMATURE IN HIS AFFAIRS:
Be it friendship or his relationship with his boss, if he the kind of guy who throws people off after a minor fight or quarrel, he is not the right guy to be with. If his dealings with the people around him are hasty and he keeps cutting people off, he can easily cut you off one day. Impatience as a trait in the guy you are going to marry is not good.
#13 ABUSIVE:
Every other habit stops mattering when it comes to his violent nature. Love knows nothing about violence, be it physical or emotional. Run away from the guy who is violent in his dealings as far as possible. Try to change him if you think you can but do not marry him any time before he has changed. You will be making the biggest mistake of your life if you marry a guy who does not know how to control his anger.
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Monday, 22 January 2018

When a Man is truly a Man?


A man who shows respect and good manners to all at all times, will win the heart of a woman he loves and this woman will want to respect him, and if he continues showing her respect and good manners, he will never lose her respect and trust but this goes to say about anyone’s trust and respect as unfortunately many times people show respect and trust until they think they possess/own the other and the respect and good manners go out the window and then obviously respect and trust is destroyed. Show respect and trust and you will receive respect and trust as it is earned. ~ Stéphanie Carter 

A man is truly a man when he wins the love of a good woman, earns her RESPECT and keeps her TRUST.

And the greatest lesson that mom ever taught me though was this one. She told me there would be times in your life when you have to choose between being loved and being respected. Now she said to always pick being respected. ~ Chris Christie

Respect is what we owe; love, what we give. ~ Philip James Bailey

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Monday, 15 January 2018

12 Principles of Royal Upbringing That Parents Should Take Note Of

According to fairy tales or history lessons, royal children sleep on silk cushions, eat from golden plates, and spend all day entertaining themselves.
We at Bright Side decided to check how the most famous prince and princess — George and Charlotte, the children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge — are brought up.
Spoiler: they even have to clean their rooms themselves.

12. A title is no reason to have an idle lifestyle.

In the family of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, there is only one babysitter that helps them with the children. All duties related to feeding, taking baths, and walking with the children are accomplished by the parents. Moreover, William goes to work as a helicopter pilot in the emergency medical services, and the children are aware of this.

11. Respect other people’s work.

Queen Elizabeth’s great-grandchildren understand from a very early age that any person’s work should be valued, no matter if it is a mother preparing dinner or a maid cleaning the house. This is why George and Charlotte know that they can’t neglect their meals and that they have to pick up their scattered clothes themselves.

10. Family is life’s number one priority.

Even now, 4-year-old George takes care of his little sister, and the Duchess says they are becoming best friends. Even at their young age, the children know the history of their family and often visit the grave of their grandmother, Princess Diana. Kate and William also try to spend as much time as possible with their children. George, for example, likes to chat about everything with his daddy, and Charlotte likes to cook together with her mom.
When having dinner, the children sit together with the adults, despite pre-existing traditions.

9. Everyone has the right to express their thoughts and feelings freely.

Despite the tradition of bringing up “restrained“ people in the royal family, Kate and William actively develop emotional intellect in their children.
”Seeing children communicating with each other at school, I understand that we live in an absolutely different time. We are being replaced by generations that are not afraid to declare things that really worry them," says Prince William.

8. Education comes first.

Reading books is a favorite activity of Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Kate very often takes the children to exhibitions and museums. Their favorite museum is the Museum of Natural History in London. "The children like to come here very much. And believe me, that’s not only because of the dinosaurs," says the Duchess.

7. It’s necessary to love sports.

The Duke and Duchess are known for loving sports. Kate is fond of grass hockey, and William likes to play football, basketball, and polo. Prince George and Princess Charlotte don’t show any exceptional interest in sports right now, but their parents are sure that their children will follow in their steps in future.

6. One should follow etiquette and show good manners in public regardless of age.

The children are aware of their dismissal from public events and places in case of bad behavior and whims. There are strict rules of behavior, even for royal children. If the prince or princess gets too naughty, they’re left at home during an official occasion.

5. You can relax at home.

"They have not broken their bones yet, but they are always trying to do it. George always runs around at home, pushing things and jumping. Please tell me that after some time things will get easier," says Prince William.

4. Physical punishments are completely excluded.

No matter how badly the children behave, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge never use physical punishments. The parents use their own methods of influencing the children. If George throws a tantrum, his mother instantly finds a way to distract the attention of the enraged child by, for example, loud singing. And sometimes she herself falls on the floor and starts shouting. It usually works, and the children calm down.

3. Tablets and computers are toys for adults.

George and Charlotte spend much time outside riding bicycles and jumping in puddles. They are highly restricted when using electronic devices. Kate and William think that these toys are more suitable for older ages, while balls, jump ropes, and outdoor games are the best helpers in developing fantasy and imagination.

2. "Yes" to cartoons.

Watching TV is allowed in the family. However, there is specific allotted time for it. The royal children already have their favorite cartoons; Charlotte often asks to watch Peppa Pig, and George adores Fireman Sam.

1. Reasonable consumption as a lifestyle.

Kate and William are for reasonable consumption.
It is primarily expressed in the refusal to buy new fashion items. Very often, one can see Prince George or Princess Charlotte wearing clothes of their parents or even clothes from Uncle Harry’s childhood.
If it is required to buy something new, the Duchess chooses clothes of democratic brands, ignoring luxury models.
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