Why Happiness IS Just a Choice

When I was a kid, people would ask, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” My response was: “Happy!”  “No,” they would say, “What do you want to be? You know like Doctor? Lawyer?” My response was, … r

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 … r

5 Questions to Consider When Drowning In Disappointment

Disappointments are part and parcel of life. But if you don’t deal with it the right way, it can slowly consume you and derail your life. Hence, it is so important to learn how to deal with disappointment. In this … r

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? … r

How to be Self-Aware in a Troubled World

Right now, it’s a challenging thing to stay connected, listening, and loving. To have a tender heart and an alive intelligence. From global to personal, so many issues press in from all sides. Admitting to yourself that sometimes no matter … r

4 Simple Steps to Overcome Procrastination

We all procrastinate. And, we all looking for ways to overcome procrastination. Rather than continually beating yourself up and feeling a sense of shame about your procrastination, look instead at procrastination as a source of your next productive breakthrough Do … r