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S-L-O-W-ing down: How to Live in the Moment and Forget the To-Do List

I’ve been exhausted for months now.  We moved houses. (Yes! I know…) With prepping for selling the house, then looking for houses, then packing, moving, unpacking, kids, chores, the kids’ numerous activities, working and basically staying alive, I’ve been overwhelmed beyond words. Physically, mentally & emotionally exhausted. My to-do list gets longer by the minute every […]

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Our New Partner – Tame Your Tiger Brain Training

Struggling with meltdowns? 0-60 emotions in seconds? Poor organization? Difficulty concentrating? Sensitive to sounds? The Tiger may need some taming.  When someone’s tiger is out of control it makes someone feel powerless to their emotions and their loved ones feel powerless too. The Tiger (our survival system) can get overworked due to many factors such […]

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5 Things to Practice the Summer Before Kindergarten

It’s July. Next comes August with September hot on its heels. And with September comes the first day of school. For some, it will be the very first day of school. Starting kindergarten is exciting and overwhelming and amazing. My oldest just finished his kindergarten year. It was absolutely awesome, but it was definitely an […]

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Celebrating a Sensory Friendly July 4th

Before I had kids I loved the Fourth of July – fireworks, sparklers, strawberry shortcakes, picnics with family, and parades. Now it’s loud noises, cranky hot kids, food allergies, funky comments, and more loud noises. Two of my children have sensory differences. They respond in varying degrees of delight or distress depending on the stimuli of […]

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In Support of Substantial Screentime

Summer screams for screentime. And maybe you should just let it happen. The underdog has always been the recipient of my support. Sometimes due to sympathy, and sometimes due to empathy. Most frequently, just because no one else wants to risk the public derision by standing alongside. Such villainy is associated with television watching; the […]

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Making Your House Work: How to Pick the Right Paint

Last time, I shared creative ways to add color to your house. Now that you have inspiration, you need some paint. But all paints are not created equal. The Basics of Picking Your Paint Oil or Latex I pick latex every time…or almost every time. You only need water for cleanup and there are generally […]

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Moms Are Not Uptight, We’re Good at This

 “You’re being an uptight mom,” the little voice says, insistent and derisive. I attempt to ignore it as I spell out the evening’s schedule and routines for a babysitter. I swat it away as I leave the children with my mother, go over the times for meals and naps and bottles. It’s there as I […]

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