Dr. Tamika Hall joined me to talk about how she became who she is today, the joy of using your gifts (even when they are plentiful), not caring about what others think, speaking affirmations over yourself, the importance of using your “nothing”, and so much more in this JAM PACKED fireside chat.
Kris Louis, a regular here at The Essential Creative, shares tips and advice for talking with your kids about self-care and mental health.
Kris Louis is back with another great post, this time about business. We’ll let her tell you about it.
“Sometimes, life can be complicated with many new adventures hitting you at once. If you are starting a new business while introducing a newborn child to the home, then you know too well that this is the case. If you are in this situation then juggling will be necessary. You need to care for your baby but also make money to support the family. Here at The Essential Creative, we know how stressful it can be in the first few months, so we have tips that can help you care for your baby while you get your business off of the ground. “
Laura from Edutude.net has stopped by with another insightful post on raising financially literate children. What a time of year to start driving home lessons on good money management within our children!
Kris Louis from Parenting With Kris brings us another helpful post about excelling in family. This one focuses on how to help our kids by limiting screen time, complete with tips on ways to reduce screen time affordably.
Kristin Louis, of ParentingWithKris.com, is back to share with us four tips for passing healthy habits down to our kids. This is very timely for my family after a year of being indoors and less active that we are used to being. Stop by, read the post, and then implement the tips this month.
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!
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!
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.
Watching my daughter do her best in a dance class and seeing how she was so excited about what she learned helped me remember that as adults we need to take our own advice to always do your best and be content when doing so.
Do we always encourage our kids and loved ones to go after their dreams? Here’s a lesson on perseverance and supporting our family members’ dreams from my 11-year-old niece.