Dylan Bartlett

Dylan Bartlett blogs about health and wellness on his site, Just a Regular Guide. Follow him on Twitter @theregularguide for frequent updates on his work.
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Stuck Inside? Try These 10 Fun Recipes

Stuck Inside? Try These 10 Fun Recipes

For many families, going out to eat was a normal routine prior to the COVID 19 crisis. While that isn't a choice right now, it doesn't mean there aren't a few fun recipes to try that will remind you of those fun times out to eat! Life is fun when your family gets to spend some quality time together during the week. You might discover new hobbies everyone loves or walk nature trails you've never explored. Still, self-isolating and practicing social distancing can grow old after a while, even if you're discovering new things for your kids to do. You…
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How to Make Extra Income as a Single Mom

How to Make Extra Income as a Single Mom

Are you looking for ways to make extra income as a single mom? Keep reading for 8 great tips! If you're a single mom, you have a lot of responsibilities competing for your attention. And when money gets tight, you might not have time for a second boss or another item on your to-do list. So what can you do to earn extra cash with all these restrictions? There are a ton of things to pursue if you want to earn additional income. Some of these ideas mesh with having a little one in tow. The others work well if…
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How to Enjoy the Outdoors With Highly Sensitive Children

How to Enjoy the Outdoors With Highly Sensitive Children

Are you looking for ways to enjoy the outdoors with your highly sensitive children? Highly sensitive children are a joy to be around. They're alert and empathetic, understanding, and attuned to their surroundings. At the same time, their powerful emotions can give way to jarring reactions. This poses a challenge if you enjoy certain activities with lots of stimuli. Fortunately, the outdoors can be the perfect setting for highly sensitive children. With minimal noise and fresh air, you couldn't ask for more. How to Enjoy the Outdoors With Highly Sensitive Children So how can you make the most of the…
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9 Reasons You Might Be Feeling Stressed (That Aren’t Obvious)

9 Reasons You Might Be Feeling Stressed (That Aren’t Obvious)

Do you feel like you're always on edge? Maybe your focus at work is beginning to waver, or you find yourself yelling at your spouse without any provocation. The reasons for your stress might surprise you! Stress can have this effect on otherwise healthy people, impacting their mood and behavior. It can also cause a variety of health conditions. So how do you start feeling like yourself again?  9 Reasons You Might Be Feeling Stressed (That Aren't Obvious) It starts by identifying a few common, but subtle stressors that most of us deal with daily. Consider the following nine stressors and…
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6 Unexpected Sources of Irritation for Sensitive Children

6 Unexpected Sources of Irritation for Sensitive Children

Does your child have sensitivity issues? If so, you know that seemingly minor irritations can cause significant problems. It can prove challenging to unearth the source of the distress, especially if your child can't communicate what's bothering them. Sensitive Children need accommodations to lessen the unexpected sources of irritation. 6 Unexpected Sources of Irritation for Sensitive Children With that in mind, the following six items consist of common irritants. These substances and activities can trigger emotional responses in those with heightened sensitivity. The next time you can't decipher why your child is acting out, consider these possibilities. Knowing this information…
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8 Fun Learning Activities for Children and Parents Alike

8 Fun Learning Activities for Children and Parents Alike

Winter break is almost here, and if you have little ones at home, you need to keep them entertained! Far too many children spend their holidays staring at a screen, behavior that's detrimental to their mental and physical health. So what can you do to keep children of all ages active and learning when they're not in school? Easy! All you need are some activities that delight adults and kids alike. Try these eight Fun Learning Activities for Children and Parents Alike! 8 Fun Learning Activities for Children and Parents Alike Visit a Museum Nearly every town has a museum…
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5 Strategies to Overcome Postpartum Depression

5 Strategies to Overcome Postpartum Depression

How to overcome postpartum depression is a highly searched term, and for good reason. Having a baby is meant to be one of the most magical and emotional times in your life. But for a large number of women, it often results in “baby blues,” a less severe form of postpartum depression. While up to 80% of women might experience these “baby blues” after their little one comes home, between 10 and 20% will develop clinical postpartum depression – a much more severe condition. 5 Strategies to Overcome Postpartum Depression If you find yourself struggling with symptoms of postpartum depression,…
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7 Uncomfortable Locations for Children With Sensory Issues

7 Uncomfortable Locations for Children With Sensory Issues

Whether your child has autism, sensory processing disorder, or other sensory needs, you want them to feel comfortable. There are many uncomfortable locations for children with sensory issues that you need to learn how to workaround. In today's post, we are going to talk about the top seven locations and ways to help support your child in these situations. 7 Uncomfortable Locations for Children With Sensory Issues By Dylan Bartlett of Just a Regular Guide You don't need to keep your child in a bubble, of course. Handling certain situations with forethought will improve their quality of life and makes…
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