The summer road trip season is here. This is a perfect time to grab the paper maps, pack some snacks and see where the road leads you. (Yes, I said “paper maps.”) Of course, gather the gadgets too but teach your children how to navigate from a map and utilize apps like Waze, iExit and Read More
When I run, I enjoy listening to audiobooks. (Yes, I like music too) For runners, with long runs, the choice of what we listen to is vitally important. The thing that is super cool about audiobooks during a run is that not only do the miles fly by but you get your reading in too. Read More
The Butterfly Effect is about tiny changes in a complex system that can equal results that are virtually impossible to predict. What might seem very small and insignificant in one place can really result in large differences somewhere else. Small simple changes create a positive outcome.
Woo Hoo! My children are out of school and our summer break has begun. With the help of Pinterest, I’ve put together a summer routine. The purpose of this is not to let the summer days get ahead of us and to avoid technology as much as possible. (Oh boy can we get sucked into Read More
How we choose to spend that time differentiates and defines each and every one of us as parents. We have 24 hours in a day, 1,440 minutes in each day and 86,400 minutes in a week.
We have 24 hours in a day, 1,440 minutes in each day and 86,400 minutes in a week. How we choose to spend that time differentiates and defines each and every one of us as parents. Time can only be wasted, leveraged or invested, not created. Here are the 15 time wasters successful parents avoid. Read More