So you want your kids to thrive. Question for you: Are you thriving?
Lexie’s summer project is in the zone of health specifics: changing up her diet to see if it makes a difference for her acne. We’ll see what happens.
This summer, Lexie is doing a 3 week experiment with cutting out gluten and dairy to see if it makes a difference for her acne. Week 2 was…hard.
This summer, Lexie is doing a 3 week experiment with cutting out gluten and dairy to see if it makes a difference for her acne. Thoughts from week 1.
When we feel crappy, it’s hard to show up (hello, crappy zone!). Enter self-care baseline. Yes, it’s THAT important.
One teen’s adventure with sand dunes, 103 F heat, and remembering some wise advice from Ferris Bueller.
Trying to do it all? Getting burned out on learning isn’t a great place to be. Some thoughts to consider.
Want to work with your kids to create a summer that feels useful in terms of learning and exploring as well as relaxing? I recently spoke with educator Joyce Wong about building a constructive summer. Here’s our conversation.
Looking to apply for a summer job, college scholarship, or program? A solid resume is a useful place to start.
What is a great opportunity to make lots of money worth to you? Does it take precedence over your well being?