What is #OlympicMoms

For the next 14 days my blog will be dedicated to the Olympics. We were encouraged by a mom who wanted more play time, a better exercise plan and more whole food to create an international community of moms who could support one another for better health, fitness and family fun inspired by the […]

Got Social Skills? Social Adventures Can Help!

It’s Expert MONDAY!  Meghan Graham MS CCC-SLP, Karen Head MS CCC-SLP and Jill Perry MHA MS OTR/L are with us today to talk about how to teach children social skills. I had the opportunity to ask Meghan, Karen and Jill questions parents often pose when I make a referral for language therapy, social […]

Get Motivated! #StresslessSummer

Love this guide to getting motivated and avoiding procrastination. Summer is the perfect time to develop new habits. What new habits will you be creating this summer?

Read today that motivation is what gets you started, habits are what keep you going. This is so @davidnowell. Click to enlarge, good stuff!

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By |June 24th, 2013|Behavior, Brain Train, Education, Entrepreneurs, family, General|0 Comments

Father’s Day Printable by Ashley

Saw this on Pinterest and loved the idea of personalized subway art for your dad. Here is some inspiration, get the kids drawing to make meaningful art for father’s day. Have fun!

About the artist ~ Ashley is a mum from Phoenix who provides free craft tutorials on her sunshine-filled site, Project Bazaar ~ check […]

“Dad, can I have 5 dollars for …” Teach Your Kids To Manage Money: Before debt manages them

Today’s Guest Post is a must-read for any family who wishes to teach their tweens, teens or young adults how to manage money before debt manages them. Christos S. Efessiou, PhD, author of CDO Chief Daddy Officer: The Business of Fatherhood and host of Straight-Up with Chris offers insight and strategies that go beyond […]

By |January 14th, 2013|Behavior, Education, Entrepreneurs, family, General, Teens|0 Comments