Sometimes connecting with our kids, especially our tweens, can be like helping your kids through Common Core Math Problems. In the end, there's an answer, but how to get there is unlike anything we've ever done before! #carrythe1forever
But what if I told you, you could connect with your kids AND help them learn to be more positive and grateful at the same time?
Check out simple, actionable guide to adjusting that attitude of gratitude so you and your kids can appreciate the good things despite the tornado of laundry chaos in the background.
Back to school is a BIG MOMent for everyone in your family. Whether this is your first’s first day away from home or your last’s final stretch of school, it’s an epic event in all your lives. As parents, we always want the best for our kids. But did you ever stop to think they get the best when we are at our best?
Kids pick-up our vibes, even when we think they aren’t paying attention. When we’re cool, calm & collected, they are, too. And who’s more teachable than a student who is relaxed & ready for the world?
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It's easy to get overwhelmed by all the [very scary] headlines. However, it’s vital to our well-being not to lose sight of all the good things that still exist, too. One of our favorite ways to cultivate gratitude is journaling! Journaling about things for which you're grateful, especially now, will channel your thoughts to good things. The process can curb the anxiety and elevate the positivity for you and everyone around you. This is especially important for our children and those who live with anxiety. Here are some tips on how to make gratitude a daily habit!
Meal planning has a lot of benefits beyond just putting dinner on the table. We asked Melanie Zook, Registered Dietitian and founder of Fresh Start Nutrition, why she encourages meal planning.
Creating a plan helps streamline your efforts, ultimately saving you time, money and stress. More than that, it's a way for you to create opportunities to engage with those you love. Involving friends and family in the prep and/or the dining experience itself, adds a social element that makes it more enjoyable for everyone.
Some of the other benefits are...