Rejoice, It’s Fall! Stop and soak in the beauty of the season! Thanksgiving Weekend seems to be the big fall kick-off. In Canada, many of us gravitate to comfort foods, cozy sweaters, tall boots, warm beverages, and often
October: A Month with No End to Inspiration The weeks between Thanksgiving and Halloween are ram jam-packed with inspiration for home and school. From visiting farms with apples, pumpkins, corn mazes, petting areas, hiking trails covered in gorgeous autumn-coloured
Collaborative Communication Takes Practice … Home, School, or Office “Watch your thoughts, they become your words; watch your words, they become your actions; watch your actions, they become your habits; watch your habits, they become your character; watch
Family Friday TGIF! We all love the break of routine and the freedom that the weekend has to offer! Two days of rest and relaxation to fill one’s energy tank for the next work week. Families are incredibly busy
Thankful Thursday I’m beaming ear to ear while watching the great video links reminding us of the power of gratitude. How can we not smile with Kid President? Several years ago, we took a trip to Hawaii. One of
Wondering Wednesdays So often Wednesdays are referred to as ‘hump day.’ Since it marks the top of the workweek mountain, when it is over most people breathe a slight of relief knowing that in two days weekend freedom arrives.
Terrible or Terrific Tuesdays? Is Tuesday a day of the week you find easy or difficult? Take a look at some of the articles below that suggests that for many people the toughest day of the week is Tuesday.
Have Fun with Dinner Conversation: Theme it! Dinner can get quiet and sometimes boring as we all chow down and get lost in mindless munching. Kids can sometimes feel grilled by parents with questions like, “How was your day.”
Bedtime is a Great Nonthreatening Communication Time Years before we had children, my dear friend Carol told me that the favourite time for her girls to chat with her was at bedtime. She found as they got older and
Words Can Hurt Part 2 …. And ultimately there is a positive side. Someone I knew said to me repeatedly over the course of our relationship, “I always think about what I am going to say before I