I want my children to thrive. You want your children to thrive. Which raises the question: What does thriving look like?
What if my kids struggle with mental health? A thought for helping with the depths (hint: move).
Life lessons and real life skills: They aren’t for making our lives pain-free — life is messy and hurts sometimes for all of us, no matter how much effort (or hope or wistful thinking or fairy dust) we put into…
Our ultimate parenting goal — and supporting our kids in making it there.
Life skills to work on this year? Our kids aren’t the only ones learning.
Have you talked about money lately?
Don’t wait until you’re an expert for that conversation you’ve been putting off with your teen.
We didn’t get a class on how to be a happy, healthy, thriving adult — neither do our kids. So, where do we start to help teach them?
Teaching life skills our teens — crickets and thriving.
Reminding myself that my kids are their own people, and parenting is messy.