What do you hope your kid learns by the end of the year? What can you do to help?
A year of college under her belt — lots of learnings and more to come.
This person is the best teacher for you, and here is one of the most useful lessons you can learn.
Reminding myself that my kids are their own people, and parenting is messy.
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.
College life is teaching Lexie about money management. It’s not always fun, though she’s learning a lot.
Stress — it’s not really our friend. One teen learns to say no.
Lexie recently wrote about her experience and learnings via freedom that has come with college and being more on her own. After reading the post (particularly the line “…but there’s something different about having to completely care for yourself…”), I…
What if we’re our own best teachers, mentors, guides, and gurus? Note that this isn’t saying we don’t need other people and outside resources — we all do! Outside ideas can offer new perspectives and ideas (especially helpful if we…