When women are objectified, they can't possibly be represented fairly so laws that benefit them become irrelevant. Equal pay for women is far from a priority if what you really are focused on is how they walk down a runway in stilettos.
New Video about over praising our kids! In today's 'well done, you did your best' kinda world, is it really a good idea to praise our children when they have clearly not tried their best?
Friends, something to think about... this election has created so much hatred and controversy and as I've stated many times before, I'm scared for what the future holds for my children.
Adversity is something all of us experience in our lives. We can all relate to those tough times. When a child dies, the pain and devastation of loss ...
In my last blog post, I shared how your child doesn’t need to participate in a laundry list of extra curricular activities or be enrolled in the mo...
History repeats itself unless we learn from it and do things differently next time. And if that's not ringing any bells, think about the old cliche, "Insanity means doing the same thing and expecting a different result."
What opportunity does Mr. Trump provide parents of teens with? Several. He provides us mostly with the opportunity to point out behavior that is unacceptable.
Our bodies have a language of their own, and their words aren't always kind. Your body language has likely become an integral part of who you are, to the point where you might not even think about it.
I'll leave you with this. Instead doing the calculations and scaring yourself (like I just did above), take it one day at a time. Things always have a way of working out ... eventually.
When our daughters grow up in a world where they are treated as equals, loved exactly as they are, honored, cherished, and respected it will be because of you. Because of your conscious parenting they will carry themselves with a vibration of confidence. Because you took the time to raise daughters in a mindful way letting them know they are just perfect exactly as they are.
Yesterday a woman who works at Barnes & Noble walked right up to my daughter, Lucia, who is two and half, and greeted her–she knew her but she didn...
So, I'm writing this as I am one week away from my official due date. I just left the house to work in a coffee shop so that I could concentrate on the overwhelming list of things that I want to accomplish before baby #2 arrives and my life as we know it, will never be the same.
Many choices in our lives have uncertain outcomes. Choosing between two options often involves a risk.
Around Baby #4, it seems like a switch flips inside you, too. You are now an expert at parenting babies, and you act accordingly.
While decorating the nursery may be way more fun, getting your financial house in order before your new baby turns your life upside down is advice I pass along to any expecting parent.
My husband and I entered the world of foster-adopt with a narrow no frame of reference to prepare us. We only wanted to be parents. After infertility ...