In Honor of Mothers Living with Intent

If you’ve ever been responsible for a child, you know how important every decision feels. Are they getting enough sleep? Are they eating the right food? Are they getting enough direction and at the same time do they feel free to be themselves? Parenting is tough and…

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The Things Children See

I could always tell when my mom was there to pick me up from school. I knew the sound of her keys and the sound of her car. I knew the sound of her heels on the sidewalk. At no point had we ever done any training…

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Wordplay Wednesday: The 100,000 Mile Ride

When was the last time you were expecting bad news? When was the last time you spent your day with a cloud of apprehension hovering over you as you waited for the other shoe to drop on your current life crisis? 15 year old Noah Silverman St….

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How to Survive Tickle Torture Like a Yogi

This summer the ever-expanding internet has been saturated with self-help titles. This year’s ubiquitous How-to columns are last year’s Call Me Maybe. 5 Ways to Know You Have a Sunburn, How to Match Your Socks to Your Underpants, The Best Way to Break Your Andy Cohen Habit….

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