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Why I believe the word “shy” has become stigmatized

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Some of us are introverted and others extroverted. Some quiet, others loud. Some are reserved and others are outspoken. There are many spectrums, scales and theories with endless possibilities in between to prove that yes, we are each entirely unique, brilliantly one-of-a-kind, remarkable. We are lucky enough to exist in an educated, enlightened era, where…

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3 things that cost money but make you and your kidz richer

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Nowadays everything costs money. More than it cost yesterday. Tomorrow it will probably be more expensive. Many, many things that we need for our very survival just eat away at our pockets. Much we spend our money on, we can’t hold on to, it just seems to disappear into thin air: food, insurance, petrol. Other…

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4 Benefits of listening to Podcasts and how they could help your child

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Apparently Podcasting is not as new as it seemed to me, when I first became hooked about a year ago. The first audioblogging, as it was called then, date back to the 1980s. But today, with mobile internet being widely accessible from every smart phone and tablet, more and more of us are infatuated with…

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What does the world look like when your child is an adult?

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Fast forward to 2045, your 5-year old is in their 30s. What does the world look like? What does the job market look like? How do we prepare our children to inhabit and succeed in this future world? According to the below video by thecentreofthenet.com: Consistent with today’s rate of change, technology will experience 20 000…

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Teachers at Buzz unlike anything you have experienced – Guaranteed

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Our product is our People and we have the best! Children don’t come to Buzz to consume or acquire a physical product. Neither do their parents who go to the trouble of getting them to and from our sessions through traffic, rain and shine. Kidz are brought to our workshops by their guardians to engage…

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