2 Ways To Limit Distraction And (Actually) Get Work Done r

Opportunities to learn are all around you. From every misstep you take, to every negative encounter or hard day at work, lessons abound. Each moment of friction carries with it something to be gained. Take my life at this moment, … Continue reading

7 Tips for Better Sleep in Children and Teens r

Children, teens, and adults all need to get enough sleep in order to perform well and maintain good health. Kids and young adults from the ages of puberty to 22 should sleep for approximately nine hours per day, according to … Continue reading

Fika: A Coffee Break For Productivity

Coronavirus has shone a spotlight on workplace productivity. Many of you are still working from home and juggling additional responsibilities of child care or schooling and household tasks.  Demands on you escalate to the point where you know you need … Continue reading


By Jennifer Keitt & Naomi Keitt Authors #StrongKids Stress has become a constant companion in many of our lives over the past few months. Will there be enough food at the grocery store? How long will we have to stay … Continue reading

6 Positive Mental Health Takeaways from Staying Home

With most city and state governments responding to COVID-19 by asking people to stay home, the world has suddenly become much smaller. For people already suffering from depression, the self-isolation can be devastating because it forces them to be with … Continue reading

6 Ways To Live A More Positive Life

In a world where a great deal of people believe that negative thinking is a more realistic approach to life than positive thinking, it’s no wonder that our lives have become so negative. Try to tell somebody that is facing … Continue reading