3 Productivity Lessons I’ve Learned Working From Home With Kids

As of the time of this writing, my 3-year-old daughter is reading a book next to me on plants while my 2-year-old is getting ready for a nap. It’s definitely a blessing to see my kids more. It’s also harder … Continue reading

Why Waiting for a Return to Normal May Spell the End of Your Relationship

COVID-19 has changed things in the world in many ways. What lasting impact this will have remains to be seen. What we do know is that impact is inevitable. When change occurs on the earth at this level, we have … Continue reading

5 Social Distancing Busters

Social distancing and stay-at-home orders are taking a toll on the human psyche and fueling the loneliness epidemic that has raged for several years. Let’s face it: It’s isolating inside for long stretches. And when we venture outside, we find … Continue reading

Five Ways to Make Learning at Home More Fun

Whether you’re homeschooling or simply encouraging your child to learn over the holidays, it can be difficult to move away from the idea that homework is stuffy, boring and a chore. Encouraging your child, no matter their age, to get … Continue reading

11 Soothing Habits to Chill Out Your Kids

Kids are whirlwinds of energy, but even little ones need downtime. Plus, children aren’t immune to anxiety disorders. Today’s driven lifestyles with schedules chock-full of structured activities can leave tiny minds frazzled.  How can you help your child to relax? … Continue reading

Stressed Out Kids: How Mantra Meditation Teaches Resilience

Instances of children and teenagers seeking treatment for mental health related problems in the UK are soaring alarmingly. A&E attendance by young people with psychiatric conditions has almost doubled over the past five years, according to the Department of Health … Continue reading