Weekend Project: From Crate to Bookshelf

Tweet My two-year old son’s nursery was itching to become a big boy’s room. But with another one on the way, we just haven’t had time to make the switch. That hasn’t kept me from wanting to upgrade it a little. Like take this end table. It was being taken over by oodles and oodles

The Gift of Creativity

Tweet I have and continue to struggle with this. How do I put paintbrush to canvas, fingers to keyboard and present my thoughts and beliefs to a large audience when I’m not sure what will happen to it once I release it into the world. In other words, “If a tree falls in a forest

Five Ways to Help Your Child Unwind and Recharge this Summer Break

Tweet By Michele Kambolis, Child and Family Therapist & Author of Generation Stressed With school doors closed for summer, parents are left wondering just how to make the most of this precious time. While some pack in sports camps and even summer tutoring, others question whether there should be any plan at all. You’ll easily

Quick and Simple Ways to Relax Now

Tweet This past Sunday, I managed to accomplish something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time-divulge my secrets to help people relax. [You can read more about the event I spoke at here.] It made me even more passionate about spreading my message. We’re all so eager to get physically healthy, but rarely

3 Quotes That Will Help You Confront Almost Anything

Tweet This year has been bursting with challenges most of which have been stuffed into the month of June. But I’ve never been one to turn down an opportunity out of fear. Instead I’ve bombarded my inner critic with positive verbiage from the likes of 1. Sue Monk Kidd on Super Soul Sunday, in which