Your kids are watching you. How do you feel about what they’re seeing?
“Don’t settle for less, ’cause then you miss out on more.”
Getting something to change — moving from “try harder” to actual progress.
Change happens. A teen’s take on coming back home for the summer after a year .
My students got to pick a topic of their choice, something that meant something to them. One wrote about measuring success; another wrote about starting a new life after a big move. Check out their thoughts.
Stress — it’s not really our friend. One teen learns to say no.
It’s a new year. Got a list of resolutions? Take a read to help set yourself up so you can actually follow through and make a change.
This summer was a season of unknowns. I felt untethered, unsure, and unsteady most of the time. Frankly, it kind of sucked. And now the summer is over. There is comfort in being back in the routine of school, though…
I want badly to have things neatly sorted out. To know. To have all questions answered, all of the time. I can fight not knowing with lists and labels and categories — but rather than actually helping, maybe I’ll wind…