12 Important Things to Tell Kids - little tidbits of advice that parents can pass on to their children

12 Important Things to Tell Kids - little tidbits of advice that parents can pass on to their children

10 simple ways to connect with your child. Each week for the next ten weeks, I’ll be sharing one simple idea that you can implement right now, to foster a more connected relationship with your child. Each post will take less than 5 minutes to read and they will be simple enough to do even on the busiest days. My hope is that by the end of the ten weeks, we will be more present for our children and more mindful of the type of parent we want to be. Will you join me?

10 simple ways to connect with your child. Each week for the next ten weeks, I’ll be sharing one simple idea that you can implement right now, to foster a more connected relationship with your child. Each post will take less than 5 minutes to read and they will be simple enough to do even on the busiest days. My hope is that by the end of the ten weeks, we will be more present for our children and more mindful of the type of parent we want to be. Will you join me?

How to Stop Whining From Your Kids: 7 Surefire Tricks

7 Ways to Get Your Kid to Stop Whining Immediately

Top 50 Open-Ended Questions for Sparking Conversation With Kids -definitely going to try some of these.

Top 50 Open-Ended Questions for Sparking Conversation with Children and Older Kids

Top 50 Open-Ended Questions for Sparking Conversation With Kids -definitely going to try some of these.

If you feel like you are drowning in debt, you are not alone. In 2014, the average American household had $15,000 in credit card debt, and nearly $40,000 in mortgage debt. In addition, 35% of Americans are delinquent on some form of debt. If you are concerned about your own debt load, it is possible to reduce it by aggressively paying down debt through budgeting, lifestyle changes, and using financial techniques to lower your... FULL ARTICLE…

How to Get a Bachelors Degree by Age 20 With Zero Debt

If you feel like you are drowning in debt, you are not alone. In 2014, the average American household had $15,000 in credit card debt, and nearly $40,000 in mortgage debt. In addition, 35% of Americans are delinquent on some form of debt. If you are concerned about your own debt load, it is possible to reduce it by aggressively paying down debt through budgeting, lifestyle changes, and using financial techniques to lower your... FULL ARTICLE…

This I want to keep for future reference.. Some great ideas. Stuff my mom did and still does for me!

This I want to keep for future reference.. Some great ideas. Stuff my mom did and still does for me!

Week 2 in our series - 10 ways to connect with your child. There was a huge response to week 1. Welcome to everyone who is taking part! Each week I’ll be sharing one simple idea that you can implement today to foster a more connected relationship with your child. It is my hope that by the end of the ten weeks we will be more present for our children, and more mindful of the type of parent we want to be. Will you join me?

Week 2 in our series - 10 ways to connect with your child. There was a huge response to week 1. Welcome to everyone who is taking part! Each week I’ll be sharing one simple idea that you can implement today to foster a more connected relationship with your child. It is my hope that by the end of the ten weeks we will be more present for our children, and more mindful of the type of parent we want to be. Will you join me?

{25 Ways to Stay Calm as a Parent}  This one was my favorite:  Be Grateful. Many of you mentioned that reminding yourself of how special it is to have a child is the best way to calm yourself down. Savoring the little moments. Being grateful for the time we have with our children. These are all big, heart-filled reminders of what it really means to be a parent, even when times are challenging.

{25 Ways to Stay Calm as a Parent} This one was my favorite: Be Grateful. Many of you mentioned that reminding yourself of how special it is to have a child is the best way to calm yourself down. Savoring the little moments. Being grateful for the time we have with our children. These are all big, heart-filled reminders of what it really means to be a parent, even when times are challenging.

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