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- 05/07/18--12:15: A Love Letter from Yesterday’s Moms to the Mothers of Today
- 05/23/18--20:43: 100+ Ways to Fight I’m Bored this Summer
- 08/29/18--12:39: What If Your Kids Didn’t Have a Great First Day of School?
- 10/09/18--13:01: Steps to Changing the Cell Phone Policy in Your School
- 10/13/18--21:55: US Students Need a Cell Phone Detox
- 10/24/18--23:36: College and Scholarship Essay Assistance
- 10/30/18--09:43: Teen Talk Tuesday: Sketchy Images
- 11/06/18--11:25: Teen Talk Tuesday: Voting/Elections
- 11/20/18--08:03: Teen Talk Tuesday: The Migrant Caravan
Dear Mothers of Today, Let us start by saying we are in awe of you. Being a mother now seems so much more difficult than it was when we were mothers. We didn’t have technology to monitor or social media to worry about, neighborhoods and parks were safe places to wander, allergies were rare, […]
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Summer and I have a love/hate relationship, but this year, I am ready to make it a great one. I am excited to spend some quality time with my kids and really engage with them, all of a sudden life is moving way too fast! We have a bucket list of things planned, but we […]
Maybe they were new, had a rough teacher, got in trouble, were put in the lowest reading group. Maybe they couldn’t remember a math fact, sat alone at lunch or got picked last at recess. Maybe they are weird or slow or shy or awkward. Maybe they wore the wrong clothes or old shoes […]
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As research continues to roll in, it is becoming more and more obvious that cell phones and other personal electronic devices are stealing learning and social and emotional well being from our children during the hours that are supposed to be filled with education. It takes active parents, administrators, and communities who are willing to […]
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This article was originally published in The Washington Post Image via The Washington Post French students are about to get a much-needed detox from their cellphones now that the government has banned them during school for kids 15 and under. When will our educational system follow France’s lead? Sadly, most schools in the United States are turning […]
There is nothing I love more than helping people tell their story! College applications can be especially stressful and full of uncertainty, but a strong essay that conveys growth, passion, and excellence can make a real difference come acceptance and scholarship time. I know that writing is not everyone’s best subject, so if you are […]
There is nothing more important in our relationships with our teenagers than having open communication. When I had younger kids, I thought this would be so easy for me…I’m such a talker! In reality, it’s a lot harder than I thought it would be! Now that I am on my almost third teenage boy, I […]
One of my goals with Teen Talk Tuesday is to raise a generation that feels comfortable talking about real issues, who isn’t afraid to hear what the other side has to say, and is willing to speak their mind in a respectful way. I think this type of dialogue starts at home, so I hope […]
This Teen Talk Tuesday is a great way to check in on all of your children to make sure they are getting their needs met. You can talk in a group or have this conversation one on one, but I love this one as a group…it is less awkward, there are more ideas, and better […]
This week’s #teentalktuesday is a tough one. Over the weekend, the the migrant caravan reached the Tiajuana border. When members of the caravan rushed the fencing, the border authority fired tear gas to keep people from trying to cross the border into the US. Image via The Washington Post This is SUCH an incredibly difficult […]