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Designing Your Day (for stay-at-home moms): What I learned after 6 years of trial and error

Posted in Lifestyle on April 23, 2017

Stay At Home Mom Design Your Day

It's taken me a long time to find balance in my days. I'm still a work in progress. I've been mothering as a stay-at-home mom for six and a half years now and have been successfully raising two strong boys. I've learned a lot along the way about balance, time, productivity, and rest. Most of Read More »

How to Create a Treasure Hunt: Follow the Paper Clues

Posted in Homeschooling on April 23, 2017

Who can resist a real-life treasure hunt? If you’ve never tried it before, here’s a step-by-step guide to creating a fun afternoon for kids of any age (I haven’t outgrown it yet). The main idea is to find the treasure after following a trail of paper clues. The treasure hunter (or hunters) is given a Read More »

Building Brain Power Through Yoga Brain Training

Posted in Lifestyle on April 22, 2017

SuperBrain Yoga

Parents of children with disabilities are always looking for new and exciting ways to engage their children and improve upon the skills they already have. All development starts the same way, in the brain. The only way to increase brain development and gain important skills for life is by exercising it in a way your Read More »

Whole Body Listening – Teaching Your Child Important Developmental Skills

Posted in Teaching on April 21, 2017

Whole Body Listening

Parents and teachers alike are constantly requesting that children simply pay attention. The truth is, as a child, paying attention is not simple, it is a task that requires learning through repetitive cures, and the actions of the people around them. When the child fails to comply, it is easy to become irritated and raise Read More »

Family Camping Essentials: The Ultimate Camping Supplies List

Posted in Lifestyle on April 20, 2017

Our annual family camping trip photo

Appreciating the Camping Experience Whatever kind of a camper you happen to be, you'll probably agree there's something to be said for the experience (if you don't enjoy camping, you probably just haven't found the right niche yet – I'm hoping this article will change that). Whether it's an intense, isolated, eye-opening wild camp beneath scintillating stars Read More »

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