Do your priorities reflect overall well-being and health? Is there time to feed your mind? Care for your body through exercise and nutrition? Nurture your soul? Are you teaching your children to build healthy habits?
Tip of the Day November 4
“What happens is not as important as how you react to what happens.” – Thaddeus Golas
Tip of the Day November 3
Need some peace? Try this: Look for beauty. Take in art, play with colors or paint, or pause for the sunrise or sunset. Let everything else fall away as you seek to be present in the moment.
Tip of the Day November 2
Increase your brain power by spending time each day, even 10 minutes, focused on something you like to learn about, such as learning a language, playing the drums, or looking at new recipes.
Tip of the Day November 1
Hours spent in front of a screen often come at the expense of physical activity and well-being. Cut back on media time as a family and pursue other interests: soccer, Frisbee, golf, walking, hiking, or biking.
Tip of the Day October 31
Put all that Halloween candy to use in craft projects. You’ll have fun with your kids. You’ll use it up. And no one will eat it.
Tip of the Day October 30
Is your child’s Halloween costume safe? Make sure masks don’t restrict vision (or try facepaint!), costumes are light-colored or reflective, and nothing drags on the ground.
Tip of the Day October 29
One of the most powerful tools you can teach your kids is how to calm down when they’re feeling ready to lash out. They can say something as simple as, “I need a break.”
Tip of the Day October 28
“Don’t let yourself become so concerned with raising a good kid that you forget you already have one.” — Glennon Melton, momastery.com
Tip of the Day October 27
Did you know that today is National Make a Difference Day? Teach kids the importance of volunteering. Learn more >>