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Quick Tip :: Color Code It
Color code it. If you have more than one child, color code their items for school and home, so you always remember what belongs to whom in case they misplace an item or leave it hanging around where it shouldn’t be. For example, for one child, a blue bath towel, lunch box, and toothbrush. Red […]Read More »
Teaching Children Humility
In a world full of selfies, self-aggrandizement and social media celebrating success with imagery of bling left, right and center, how do we find the balance between teaching our children to have healthy self-esteem but also an abundance of humility? As you will notice, I have used the word “teach” because you just can’t tell your kids to […]Read More »
Spring has Sprung — Let’s Get Active!
April is a great time to make outdoor play a part of your family’s daily routine. I’ve always believed that any activity is good for the body AND mind and this is especially true for our children. As childhood obesity is present in our minds and as we find ways to decline this high […]Read More »
What Does Mindful Parenting Look Like?
Whether you’ve heard about it from a book, blog, or your circle of friends, “mindful parenting” is a hot trending topic these days. But what does it look like in practice you may ask? This approach to raising children is all about slowing down the family current, connecting with your family, and staying focused in […]Read More »
Lifestyle Tips For Aging Dads That Want To Feel More Vibrant
Often we see in the media information in regards to how woman experience physical and emotional changes as they age. Men also experience physical and emotional changes as they age; however they may not be aware of the types of changes that can occur. One primary reason men may experience these changes is due to […]Read More »