I found an old blog posts from Dec 30, 2009, and thought it would be interesting to reflect on the changes from the past decade plus. Join me?
Kris, of Parenting with Kris, has shared a wonderful compilation of articles and resources to help parents through all stages of parenting. Which one did you find most helpful?
In this fireside chat with Beth Perry, we talk about the importance of allowing ourselves to evolve and change over time. It’s part of our design to improve. When we lean into that and flourish in our ability to create and adapt, inspire and grow, we will live on a new level. Listen in!
Guest blogger Laura Person of Edutude.net shares tips for helping your kids make the most of the current learning structure. These 4 tips can help your kids transform from overwhelmed to excited about distance, hybrid, or virtual learning.
Listening to our children can help us improve our parenting. In this post, I look back at thoughts from my oldest as I prepare to enter the teen years 13 years later with my youngest!
From childhood we are indoctrinated to blend in, be like others, and go with the flow. However, we have the technology and freedoms we have today because of pioneers and innovators willing to stand up, stand out, and stand apart. Are you one of them for future generations?
We can’t compare our moments to others’ stories. And we can’t leave out our moments if we truly want to inspire others and live a life of purpose and strength. We must share our story without leaving out the moments that made it possible.
Random thoughts based upon a writing I found from three years ago at this time. Walk with me as I think about how I am taking charge today for the next steps in my journey. True “blog” format tonight versus inspiration or thought leadership – just me sharing with you and hoping it helps you know you aren’t alone.
A share from my Coaching / Writing site about a book that I believe we should all read!
Being played small is something many women face daily. Zoraida of Empowered Fem speaks up about her feelings on the topic.
A friend and I were talking about how we thrive on remote work in our family by implementing a simple rule of “Our family, our rules”. In this post, I share some thoughts with you on how we make it work.
Sometimes you just need a reminder… here it is.