The No. 1 emotional intelligence skill parents should be teaching kids: Neuroscientist and parenting expert

Kids are more likely to succeed in life if parents help them cultivate emotional intelligence starting at a young age, neuroscientist William Stixrud says. — Read on http://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/07/the-emotional-intelligence-skill-parents-need-to-teach-kids-according-to-parenting-experts.html

Breaking free from ‘mommy burnout’: 5 questions to help break the burnout cycle | GMA

There is no grand prize for being the mommy martyr. — Read on http://www.goodmorningamerica.com/family/story/breaking-free-mommy-burnout-deal-heading-uncertain-school-79586720

Back to School read aloud books

The Kissing Hand was a book I’d never heard of before my kids attended preschool but now has become a classic back to school book or littles. School is starting in the forest, but Chester Raccoon does not want to go. To help ease Chester’s fears, Mrs. Raccoon shares a family secret called the KissingContinue reading “Back to School read aloud books”

Kindergarten Prep

It’s that time of year again! Back to school is upon some of us… Worried about your little ones first days of school? Take a look at my series of blog posts about Keys For Kindergarten Excellence. Great for preschool and kindergarten age kids and parents to prep for the school year! Keys For KindergartenContinue reading “Kindergarten Prep”

What happens with your fitness data?

I just read an article from The Wall Street Journal called The States Where Fitness Is King which talked about logged fitness minutes from different sports apps.  The article was pretty boring, considering that most of the places they said that logged high fitness minutes were the ususal suspects. I’m not one to hide my activities online,Continue reading “What happens with your fitness data?”

Ephiphany…

I had a sort of ephiphany today while listening to Shaun T’s Define Your Life podcast.  I came to the realization that I am a Humanities Major.  That may not sound like it makes sense, but let me explain. From the time I was about 5 years old, I knew that I was going toContinue reading “Ephiphany…”

5 Warning Signs That You’re Addicted to Working Out

As a former high school and college basketball player, I knew that I always had to workout to better myself for my sport, but it’s only been recently where I’ve really become someone who is addicted to working out. I think this time it’s more important because it isn’t because I have to do itContinue reading “5 Warning Signs That You’re Addicted to Working Out”