Monday, December 10, 2018


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During the holidays, try to focus on the great behaviors you see. Focusing on gratitude can create a sense of attention to what really matters.

How Parents Can Provide a Kinder Holiday

I agreed to an Elf on the Shelf when I was in a particularly vulnerable time. My oldest was in kindergarten, and I had just gone back to work after maternity leave for baby...
Family mealtime is one of the most powerful ways parents can have a positive impact on their child’s wellbeing. Here are 4 ways to maximize mealtime!

The Importance of Family Mealtime: 4 Ways to Maximize Mealtime and Promote Positive Connection

"Dinner Time Is the Worse!" Meredith lamented when I asked her what was one of her most stressful times of her day as a parent. Meredith complained feeling like a drill Sergeant, constantly barking orders...
Your child has found another kid they connect with, and as a parent, that brings you joy. Then, a thought cross your mind: "I don't like my child's friend."

What Should I Do If I Don’t Like My Child’s Friend?

What Should I Do If I Don’t Like My Child’s Friend? Your child has finally found another kid that they connect with, they have hours of playdate or get-together, and rarely anything terrible happens. They...
My child had her first day of school and we were in the ring. Stressed and itching to fight, she took the first swing. How many rounds are you willing to go with your child? This is a parent's guide to boxing.

Parent’s Guide to Boxing: How Many Rounds Are You Willing to Go with Your...

A Parent's Guide to Boxing I have never actually watched a boxing match, so please excuse me if my terminology is a bit off in this article. And, to be clear, no punches were actually...
When I work with families, I like to view them as a small business. Check out these four ways you can run your household like a business!

Struggling with Family Structure? Run Your Household Like a Business!

When I work with families, I like to view them as a small business. Family is a business that has a top-down culture, meaning the founders of the business have the majority say in...