Online Photo Printing Service

It is a common thing to take a picture of your children or family with digital camera or your phone and put it on your computer or phone screen as wallpaper. But sometime you love the photo so much that you want it to print it on paper, so you can keep seeing it on your desk or in your living room.

The easiest way to do it is by print it yourself with your own printer. These days many computer printers are able to print fine quality pictures, whether it is for business or for personal uses. Unfortunately as you may realize, the picture’s quality that is print by computer printer are not as high as pictures that is print by photo printing machine that is own by photo printing service and studio.

The pictures from the computer printers do not have good reflection just like the pictures that is print by photo printing machine. And as time passes, the picture’s quality will decline faster than the regular picture from the photo printing machine. So to make sure that your precious photo can last long, it will best if you use the professional photo printing service.

These days there are many online photos printing offer their service. Their customers can easily upload the pictures that they want to print, choose the photo size, paper, frame, album, and how many copies that they want to print, conveniently from their home or office. Therefore, their customers do not have to waste their time to deliver the file or the camera to the photo printing service by themselves.

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Teaching Children to Be Organized Using Child’s Play

Teaching Children to Be OrganizedWhat parent hasn’t gone into a son’s or daughter’s room and wondered, “Where did I go wrong? How could I have created someone who creates such a mess?”

At this point it is essential to recognize that not everyone is born organized, just as not everyone is born with a talent for art or mechanics. But anyone can learn the basic principles of organization given sufficient motivation and instruction. These principles will serve as a sound basis for personal growth and development throughout life and will contribute greatly to a more peaceful living environment for the entire family.

You can help your child begin to use organizing skills at a very young age by creating an orderly living and playing space. As soon as a child can identify colors, you have a major building block for good organization.

Picking up toys can be a game for your toddler when you have colored boxes or shelves where similar toys can be stored. For example, all the Lego blocks can go in the green box and the rest of the blocks in the yellow one, while all books can go on the red shelf and the audiotapes in the blue one. Pictures can be used to help identify what belongs where. Although the child may be unaware of it, you are teaching one of the basic principles of organization: Put all like things together.

Spend time with your child sorting through belongings to decide what is to be kept. Be sure you have a good idea of what it is you need to organize. Then browse through closet shops, office supply stores and mail-order catalogs to discover creative ways to store the essentials. All children (as well as adults) are more inclined to put things away when it is readily evident where they should go and convenient to do so.

Pegboard, hooks, plastic cubes and bulletin boards make items easily accessible and can be clearly labeled to make putting away an easier task. Let your child help decide on a specific place for each item or group of items. Make that place as accessible as possible. Set up a table or area where unfinished puzzles and building projects can be left out until completion. An older child will need space for doing homework.

Conventional closet shelves are often too deep to be conveniently organized. Add more shelving, or use portable shelves and dividers available at hardware stores or closet shops. Games can be returned to shelves easily if they are stacked five or six deep.

If your child is a collector, provide boxes for storing various treasures- one for stamps, another for rocks- and when that container is full, help with the weeding out. This is excellent training for the choices children must be able to make as adults. No storage system will work effectively for very long if the containers are not properly labeled, so provide large colorful markers to make labels. Show your child how to arrange the boxes on the shelves or in the closets so that the labels are always visible without moving the boxes.

Clothing can be organized to make dressing and putting away clothes less difficult. Again, group all like items together-all shirts in one drawer, pants in another; dresses at one end of the closet, blouses at the other. Use shoe boxes or plastic containers to separate socks and other small items.

Be sure the clothes rods are an appropriate height for your child to reach. Treat the child to bright colorful hangers that are easier to use and will improve the appearance of the closet significantly. Large hooks make hanging pajamas, robes and coats much easier too. Simply keeping the lid off the clothes hamper will encourage children to put their dirty clothes inside it, instead of on the floor.

A word of warning: There are no ironclad rights or wrongs about organization. We all need to have an environment that suits our individual personalities. Be sensitive to your child’s likes and dislikes, and be patient while new habits are being formed.

In the meantime, take a second look at you own room. A good model is worth a dozen lectures.

Helpful Tips for Children and Teens Regarding Cyber Bullying

Stop Cyber BullyingChildren and teens that are received cyber bullying need to know and understand that hiding these problems will only make things worse. The bullying will become more escalated and intense as you let them be. Here are some tips that children, teens and parents can do when they are facing the cyber bullying:

Know that there are ALWAYS people available to help you that will make cyber bullies stop. These people are law enforcement; your school teacher, school counselor, principal; your parents or a nurturing, responsible adult.

Report this crime to the police. If possible, report it as it is happening.

If you are afraid to call the police, email a report of the incident(s) to cybercrime reporting sites such as:,,, or you can contact

Don’t give out any personal information such as your name, your school’s name or the name of any of the sports teams in which you play, your home telephone or cellular phone number, your address, including the city where your other parent lives if they are divorced, your parent’s office address, or the address of your school.

Don’t ever use your real name as your user or screen name.

Do not respond to the harassers directly because that is exactly what they want. Don’t give them the pleasure of knowing that you’re upset by it — Stay cool.

Save and print out all messages – DO NOT ERASE THE EMAILS.

If you know, take notes: State the name of the harassers, and all the details about the incident(s)


If you want to BLOCK USERS from contacting you via email, do the following:

Look for the “Block” button. Sometimes it is in your Inbox. You block someone by highlighting or checking the box next to their email and then clicking on the Block button. When you do this, all the emails form the address you blocked will not go through to your Inbox.

Type in the persons email address in the box, or right click on the name of the person in your contact list.

Change your email address if you’re still getting messages from someone who is harassing you online, after you do the above.


It’s an unsettling thought for any parent to think that their child may be a victim of a Cyber Bully, or be one. As difficult as it may be to consider, parents and teachers alike need to talk about this subject at home and in the classroom. We need to raise awareness of this issue and be pro-active. At present, lawmakers are drafting laws to prevent and prosecute the perpetrators of these crimes. Education, Vigilance, and strict laws are keys in disarming bullies.