Building your kid's flexible thinking is essential for growth. One of the most important lessons children can learn is problem-solving when things go wrong.

Building Your Child’s Flexible Thinking

Building Flexible Thinking As a follow up to “Go with the Flow: 5 Tips to Flexible Thinking”, I wanted to add some important ideas for increasing this flexibility in your kids. It might be really...
It's possible to recover from a life of hoarding, but, decluttering isn't all that easy. Hoarders, use these steps toward recovery and functional living.

Hoarding: 4 Steps Toward Recovery and Functional Living

During the 2012 holiday season, a Charlotte resident Thomas Burgess was killed in an apartment fire. Police described Burgess as a hoarder and speculated that the amount of stuff in his apartment not only...
Having a good night's sleep isn't as impossible as it may seem. Believe it or not, there are many easy ways to improve your sleep! How to sleep better...

How to Sleep Better: 10 Ways to Improve Your Sleep

Are you frustrated with your sleep? Are you trying different gadgets and gizmos to track and improve your sleep? We definitely all get frustrated with the fact that we are not in control of our...
Every parent feels disappointment when their pre-teen child is standing before them, giving them the tude. Here's 6 ways parents can tackle the tude years.

6 Tips to Help Parents Face The “Tude Years”

Is Your Pre-Teen Giving You the Tude? It’s not just you. When you look with shock, disappointment, disgust, anger (pick your own verb) at the pre-teen child standing before you, giving you the ‘tude. What happened...