Becoming a mother altered not only the way that I perceived the world, but also the way that I perceived myself.
What lessons that you learned as a youngster have stuck with you? What do you wish your parents or teachers had focused on all those years ago? Share them here so we can all learn from each other!
Parenting by acting mindful and being present allows for a more peaceful world for parents, children and non-parents alike! We need to lead by example, it starts with us.
I happened to become a mother just as Instagram was launching. I don't even think that I made a conscious decision to post or not to post, I just posted and have been positing ever since.
I've never been good at complicated or Pinterest worthy plans. So right now, the four of us stay connected simply by asking and answering the same three questions at family dinner every night.
It's Back-To-School season, so we asked moms in the mom.life app how they felt about it and what it meant to them. Their answers lead to this list of 20 reasons moms can't wait for "Back-To-School."
There are a plethora of things about parenthood that no one tells you (and even if they did, you'd have no way to prepare) but I'll tell you this: I was not at all prepared for how exhausting it would all be. Sure, I knew the first year would be rough. I didn't know it would continue for the next several years with no end in sight.
First of all, why can’t I figure out how to work my Nest? Is a thermostat really that complicated? Or am I just overthinking it. This whole Sma...
Apps can have very meaningful impact on student learning. It's just not always that easy to figure out which ones really work. Having lived through what it takes to create an app with real learning value, we have a few suggestions and tips for parents as they are thinking about getting the most out of their children's limited screen time:
When a child's personality doesn't match up with their teacher's, it can feel like there isn't a connection. But all is not lost! There are many ways you can help your daughter feel more at home in her new classroom.
I think he's brilliant because he's my child and every parent thinks their child is special in some way, right? Here's the truth -- maybe he is, maybe he isn't, it doesn't really matter either way.
First day of nursery school for my daughter, twenty years later-the next chapter. When I signed up to move m...
What I learned is this ... I carried bonafide working mom guilt that kept me from offering what I could. I let my "I can't" keep me from my "I could."
My relationship with a divorced father of three has been one of the most grueling, maddening, fulfilling, self-revealing things I've ever done, and it has taken me a ton of wrong moves and bad fights to find my way. Maybe these 10 guidelines can help you avoid my mistakes.
Think small and make use of what's available to you. I'm not saying, "You have to make time for it." I hate hearing that. (Especially as it relates to exercise...) Instead, take advantage of and be productive with whatever you have. There's no point in waiting for the perfect time to start writing or editing a novel. No such thing exists.
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