Get Out and RV!

  The Resurgence of the American Road Trip by Lauren Strait One of the positive things trending in America today amid the coronavirus pandemic is a good old American pastime – a family road trip. Before airplane prices became more affordable for middle America in...

Preparing for This School Year

Six Ways to Get Kids Ready for This School Year – Whatever the Fall May Hold By Trenton Goble, VP of K-12 Strategy for Canvas With only a few weeks before schools are scheduled to reopen, there is still uncertainty about what this school year will look like....

Cope with School Year Stress

A Back-to-School Essential: A Deep Breath By: Elaine Vallario Each year, we make a checklist for the upcoming school year. This year is no different, only you should add one more item under the 12-pack of number two pencils – a self-care strategy for yourself. Take in...

Staying Social from a Distance

By Kerrie McLoughlin The “new normal” can be disorienting and frustrating at times. Your kids have friends who they have only seen physically from the end of their driveway. Your parents have been staying inside since the COVID crisis began, and your kids miss seeing...

Indoor Boredom Busters

By Kerrie McLoughlin Playing outside only takes up so many hours of a day, especially if you live in Arizona. Once they head back inside they often struggle finding something to do. I genuinely believe that boredom can be a gift for our kids because it forces them to...

Cultivating Empathy

By Kimberly Blaker Empathy Is Hardwired, But Few Maximize It: Help Your Child Develop Empathy to Its Full Potential Empathy is the ability to put yourself in another’s shoes. It is similar to sympathy but with an important difference. To sympathize is to care...

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