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High Vibrational Parenting Tips

It’s time to talk about parenting! Over the years, I’ve been asked questions about parenting many, many times. I’ve happily coached quite a few parents with awesome results. In fact, parents are one of my favorite groups of people to work with. But I’ve never done a blog post of video purely on parenting. Who knew?!I mean, what are...

Work Life Balance – Positive Parenting Solutions Positive Parenting Solutions

Work-Life Balance Programs Great for Employees, Their Kids, and Your Bottom Line Corporations Depend on Amy to Deliver Practical Work-Life Balance Solutions. From toddler tantrums that make parents late for work to delayed bedtimes that turn them into office zombies, parents can’t help but bring their woes to the office. All of this parenting-related stress costs employers millions in the form...

Differently Wired – Tilt Parenting

Today millions of kids are stuck in a world that doesn’t respect, support, or embrace who they really are—these are what Deborah Reber is calling the “differently wired” kids, the one in five children with ADHD, dyslexia, Asperger’s, giftedness, anxiety, sensory processing disorder, and other neurodifferences. Their challenges are many. But for the parents who love them, the challenges...

Approach | Hand in Hand Parenting

The Hand in Hand Parenting approach, Parenting by Connection, helps families build a stronger parent-child connection. This strong emotional bond is the hallmark of happy, well-adjusted families. It’s also the soundest way to a better society. Recent research shows that regardless of background, a close parent-child connection throughout childhood and beyond is the strongest factor in preventing a variety of...

cuppacocoa | parenting . education . marriage . food

Not gonna lie. This one’s for me. I currently have about 50 tabs open on fun activities to do with babies/toddlers between 14-16 months, and wanted to summarize them for myself and my husband. So I thought to myself, Hm. Where should I make this list? Microsoft Word? OneNote? Email? …I wish I could just put it on my blog...

Weekly Meal Plan #1 – Confessions of Parenting

Are you looking for the perfect weekly meal plan for your family? We have 7 main dishes, 1 side dish, and 1 dessert right here ready for a whole week! Weekly Meal Plan #1 ~This post contains affiliate links Hello everyone! Welcome to our first week of meal plans. We are SO excited to be sharing with you some delicious meals. One...

Richard Shorter – Courageous Parenting – Webinar Re-Cap – Soccer Parenting Association

Richard Shorter, the Non-Perfect Dad, is a sport parent educator and church pastor.  We dove in deep to parenting, youth soccer culture, the coach relationship, sideline behavior and much more in our hour long conversation.  You can find the entire interview at the (membership required @ $4.99/month or $47.00 year).Below are a few video clips and the corresponding...

Catherine Gruener’s Encouragement Parenting Tips for January – The Wellness Universe Blog

Welcome to Catherine Gruener’s Encouragement Parenting Tips for January! Each month, WU World Changer Catherine Gruener will share new tips that will encourage you to learn new, positive parenting techniques! Encouragement Parenting Tips for January: 3 Myths, 3 Tips, 3 Phrases “Connection is the most important tool and even though connecting may be the last thing you are thinking about with a...

Parenting Podcasts Every Mom Needs in Her Life Right Now

Whether you’re walking the dog, loading up the dishwasher or just trying to find 10 minutes to yourself—perhaps barricaded in your bathroom from your kids—podcasts are totally a mom’s best friend. Here are some of the best parenting podcasts for moms out there. Go ahead, fire up iTunes and hit subscribe like whoa. The Longest Shortest Time Calling itself “the parenting show for everyone,”...

Life Update: Parenting Is STILL Kicking My Tail – Brooklyn Active Mama

Life Update: Can I just blog three words? “Sh*t is Cray” Because it’s true. When I was pregnant I had no idea what was coming–I mean I DID but also–I totally didn’t! My transition to being a mom of two was remarkably easier than this. I was spoiled by a very quiet & chill baby in my middle son…so I...