Realization of leanness

There are people who always think that they want to lose weight. Those people think to lose weight in various ways. One way to go is to go to beauty treatments and slimming. In addition, some people get beauty by receiving liposuction and small face correction. By using such a method, a lot of people use it because it is possible to get a beautiful woman as a beautiful woman without struggle.

Especially for people who are not good at exercise, it is said that it is a perfect way. In addition, technology has developed and it has become possible to receive it very conveniently. It is a way to not use females etc. In the past, it was thought that small face correction and liposuction use something like females. However, recently it has become possible to perform treatment without using a scalpel, so it can be received very comfortably.

Even people who are not good at exercising to lose weight have exercise. That is an exercise. Exercises contain elements that are easy to continue even for people who are not good at exercising. That means that you can experience fun by doing dance etc. There are so many dance schools that can do exercises. For that reason, many people are using the school, and there are cases where you can receive it at reasonable prices. There are schools that can be accepted with children. When I have a child, something my time is difficult to make, but if I can receive it with my child, I do not need to worry about it.

And Dance schools targeting various generations ranging from children to adults are on the upward trend and depending on the school there are cases where there is no limit on the number of times and it is also possible to have an unlimited course, so it is convenient to pick a course.

A SURVIVAL GUIDE TO YOUTH SOCCER (For Parents and New Coaches)

Welcome to the site for From Confused Soccer Parent to Confident Coach.

This site and the book will entertain you and provide you with information on how to approach youth soccer both as a soccer parent and aspiring coach.  The information provided on this site is a sampling of material included in the book. In the book, I go into much more detail about things such as:  Competitive vs Recreational Soccer; Sportsmanship;  Managing Injuries; and include the story of my competitive girls team Heatwave from U-10 to U-16.

I will provide you with ideas, information and insight on the things that no one tells you when you sign up your child for soccer or yourself as a soccer coach.

This book will help you become the next coach of the USA National Team on its way to the World Cup, but it will help you getting started in the world of coaching youth soccer, or just being an informed soccer parent if that is all you want.

I rely on my 18 years of experience as a soccer parent, assistant coach, coach, referee, and administrator as a well of information to help you avoid the pitfalls of parenting a soccer player, being a coach, and to fully enjoy the experience youth soccer can offer.

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Where everything started

When my daughter was born, I decided to take a 12-month paternity leave. I had spent the previous 12 years working in Brazil, France and the USA. But none of these past experiences were of much help in my new role as a dad.

Jokingly, I changed my LinkedIn professional title to Father on paternity leave Scandinavian-style  a way to recognise to myself and tell everyone else that I had proudly become a stay-at-home dad.

But the end of my paternity leave approached fast and the return to work after such a life-changing experience became less appealing. In addition to being closer to my family, I wanted to create deeper roots in my own community.

While taking care of my daughter I realised that it really does ‘take a village to raise a child’, especially in an urban jungle like London. Old friends and relatives were still very important, but my wife and I longed for a new network of local support.

It took quite some time, effort and luck to find other like-minded parents. These new friends became very important in our new life, since they were all in the same situation, living nearby and with children the same age as ours. They were available to join us for a walk nearby, a coffee next door or a pint in the local pub.

It was within this context that came the idea to develop the first mobile app to connect like-minded parents living nearby, helping new parents to create their own modern-day network of local support. I named the app ParentsNearby and started a quest to find the first parents to join it.

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Meeting Parents Nearby

In the UK, parents frequently say that antenatal classes are the only option to meet with other local new parents. But this is about to change with the arrival of ParentsNearby.

ParentsNearby is the first mobile app to connect local like-minded parents with children of similar age and with connections and interests in common on Facebook and LinkedIn.

It was a lot of work to meet other new parents when I had my baby, but the app can really help” Mum from North London

NCT needs challenging as the sole friend provider for new parents – Innovation expert in the UK

What I like most about the app is how obvious it is and immediately you think ‘why on earth didn’t I come up with that  Dad-to-be from East London

We were struck that NCT is basically the only way to meet other parents”  Dad from South London

This week ParentsNearby reached 30+ cities in the UK! Invite your neighbours with children to join on

Quest to find ParentsNearby

I have a second child due in October and this one’s a boy. His sister and dog are not necessarily in the know, but they will experience it soon enough. Hopefully before that we are also moving to another house in Haverstock, London.

My wife and I know that with a lot of patience and a little bit of luck we could find other parents living near us. But we decided to increase our chances by developing a free iPhone and Android App that can identify and connect like-minded parents living nearby. The App is called ParentsNearby and the pre-launch sign up phase has just started on People from more than 10 countries have already signed up, including some from our new neighbourhood!

We know how much sleep deprivation and baby routines can force us to spend most of our time near home. We have met other parents in antenatal and postnatal activities, but it took much longer and lots of effort to identify and connect with those who turned out to be true friends.


The idea of ParentsNearby became clear when I ran into another dad living nearby and with a daughter about the same age as mine. We started to chat and realised that we had gone to the same school and even the same university back in Brazil. Despite having never talked before, we shared many interests and several common contacts on Facebook and LinkedIn. We were lucky to find each other in London, but I realised that a mobile app could help many other like-minded people to meet each other.

Soon after, I started the development of ParentsNearby to allow users to privately search for other like-minded parents, based on their home addresses, their childrens ages, Facebook and LinkedIn networks.

Now Im on an online and offline quest to invite parents and parents-to-be to sign up for ParentsNearby. As a friendly parent on Twitter has put it: #ItTakesAVillage