Posts filed under: Parenting

It can feel like tug-o-war when something that is good for us also hurts us. Change one side only if you change what’s on the other.  As people most recently...
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I was asked most recently about Paratus and what brought me to starting this adventure. I shared that it’s easier to be ready when we see and experience ready, and...
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We all go through moments in our parenting, teaching, coaching, and/or caregiving, when it feels that our connection with others is less than ideal. Sometimes our brains and bodies are...
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Many will go to great lengths to make sure children are academically prepared for success. The retail world knows this, and so you find flashcards and workbooks everywhere from the...
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As we move into a new year, I cannot help but think about the possible stop and go feelings we can all experience during transitions, including this post-holiday time. It...
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Summer isn’t what it seems for many teachers. The average person may think teachers spend three months by the pool, feet kicked up and thoughts far from the classroom. But...
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Let me introduce you to a friend of mine–we’ll call him Luke. You’ll find Luke racking up goals on the soccer fields of suburban America today, but his life wasn’t...
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I find myself recently dabbling a bit more in the world of social media. I have been working in my field for about twenty years and decided it was time....
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Within the whirl of activity (which can totally feel like a storm): meetings, flights to get to meetings (including hurdling trash cans to make these flights and overnight airport stays...
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Ready, set…blastoff! Or, not? At first glance, this may appear as a rocket getting ready to blast off. In fact, this may be the first thing many of us think...
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