Ankit Shah

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Reverse Lens Macro: How to use it as a Great Learning Tool

Metering Modes and How Your Camera Meter Works

en_US<p>article<p>Metering Modes and How Your Camera Meter …

Get Your Creative Juices Flowing with Different Focal Lengths

How to Take Beautiful Bokeh Christmas Images [With 39 Stunning Examples]

Pin It It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas… and in our forums I’ve noticed more and more great Christmas images being shared – some of which …

How To Invest With Minimal Risk

The basic problem of investing is how to invest with minimal risk. We instinctively know that “no risk” investments are virtually impossible, of course, but of what value is lowering (or raising) investment risk?<p>Here’s where we hit a serious quandary: measuring that risk. You could break out a …

Here’s What You Need to Know About Preterm Labor

Other than finding out whether you’re having a boy or a girl, most women prefer to do without surprises when expecting. We all want pregnancy to go …

Top 10 Fears of New Moms

<i>“I spend at least 30 sleepless minutes every night just thinking about any and everything that could go wrong: SIDS, breathing issues, choking while</i> …

24 Clear Signs You're a Mom

<i>Co-authored by Mark Simmons, co-founder WeMothers llc</i><p>We asked the moms of www.wemothers.com what it means to be a mom. Here is what they told us. You know you are a mom when:<p>1. Instead of running from projectile vomit, you run towards it.<p>2. You do more in seven minutes than most people do all …

Four 401(k) No-Brainers: How To Not Leave Money On The Table

It’s head-scratching time for those of you with 401(k) open enrollment.<p>Here’s some thoughts probably crossing your mind: Should I put more money in stocks? Will I lose more money if I do? What about bonds?<p>Well, you should always adjust your stock allocation to roughly the time left until you …

Stocks Remain The Best Long-Term Bet

With more workers than ever depending on 401(k)s and other self-directed plans for their retirement, investors have a lot at stake when it comes to optimizing their portfolio. The conventional wisdom is that stocks offer the best chance to maximize returns over the long term, but every significant …

Determining Risk And The Risk Pyramid

You might be familiar with the risk-reward concept, which states that the higher the risk of a particular investment, the higher the possible return. But many investors do not understand how to determine the risk level their individual portfolios should bear. This article provides a general …

Baby Sleep

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Could Swaddling Hurt Baby’s Hips?

New research published in the <i>Archives of Disease in Childhood</i> worry that as <b>swaddling</b> sees a resurgence in popularity, so could the risk of</b> …

17 Expert Ways to Save Money Every Day

There are various paths toward the often maddening goal of saving money. Some experts advocate the slow-and-steady approach, while others emphasize …

Secret Thoughts Of Newbie Dads

<b>Baby books can drive you mad!</b><br>I did a lot of reading before my son Finn was born last April, and there were two questions that every book I read …

Parenting

A Typical Day For Your Newborn

An hour-by-hour guide to making the day more fun for both of you, including the best times for naps, meals, walks, and more.<p>Your baby's slept on his back all night, so 15 minutes after breakfast, flip him over on a blanket to play for a little while. He'll gain neck strength, and getting used to …

A Calm Approach to Discipline

When your little one needs to be corralled or quieted, give these truly fresh and kid-friendly techniques a try.<p>When your child's pitching a fit or boiling with frustration, you may assume such behavior just comes with the age. And it's true that figuring out how to regulate all those raw emotions …

Here's A Shocking Truth If You Think You've Wasted Your Life

If you think that you only live once, maybe you have to think again. What if you have many lives? How will you live your life differently?<p>It’s never …

51 Ways To Save Up For Baby

Don't sweat it - not everyone's a natural-born money saver. But now that you've got baby to consider, knowing how to budget is a definite must. …

10 Signs Baby Likes You

You know you’ve had your moments of wondering—are all these sleepless nights, made-up lullabies and silly one-sided conversations really appreciated? …

Parenting

Baby Babble: Why It's Important

Talking to your kids is so important, especially when they're young. Asking them open-ended questions, instead of saying a basic "yes" or "no," will open up the doors to good conversation. But you don't have to wait until your kids are in grade school to start chatting. Respond to your baby when …

Baby Gear: What to Splurge On and What to Skip

Worth the splurge<p><b>Breast pump (if you’re breastfeeding)</b><br>These can be pricey, but if you plan to breastfeed longer than a few months, it’s worth the …

Toddler Month by Month

Toddler Month by Month<p>Know whether your toddler’s development in on track and get advice on dealing with all the tough stuff along the way, like …

Best Foods For Baby (and What To Avoid)

When it comes to feeding baby, there’s no "Top 10" list of super foods for moms to print out, stick on the fridge and stick to. (Sorry!) But experts …

Nutrition

What foods should I avoid while breastfeeding?

Q: What kind of foods should I stay away from when breastfeeding?<p>A: In general, there are only two foods breastfeeding women should avoid or consume in very small amounts: alcohol and fish. Alcohol can be passed from mom to baby in breast milk and affect neurologic development. One drink or less …

Managing Your Child's Screen Time

The touch-screen generation is diving into the digital world, so you need to be prepared.<p>When my daughter, Katelyn, was 8, we bought an iPad for the family. She began using it that same day, firing up FaceTime to connect with my in-laws in Florida. Soon after, she was iChatting with friends about …