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Utilizing Montessori at Home

Utilizing Montessori at Home

Since so much of the mind set of Montessori goes beyond, learn ABCs and do Math, there are many ways to teach your children in the home that do not involve “Teaching” materials of any kind. Have your children cook dinner with you, or if they are big enough, let them plan and cook an entire meal themselves. Your everyday life can be full of learning experiences.

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Education Options for Families During Covid and Beyond

Education Options for Families During Covid and Beyond

by Jackie Badger, MA Ed Are you finding yourself stressed and frazzled, trying to figure out the best learning scenario for your family?  You’re not alone!  So many families who are not satisfied with the “distance learning” or hybrid models offered through...

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The Choices that could Transform your Child’s Life

The Choices that could Transform your Child’s Life

Lifestyle choices are sometimes overlooked as the choices that they are. Local customs influence laws by setting a social standard. Some choices are effectively eliminated whenever the social norms become so ingrained that anything counter causes fear or distrust in the larger public. The restriction might then become prohibitive at the legal level.

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Investing in Yourself: More than Money

Investing in Yourself: More than Money

by Sophia Pollalis ATC, LAT, CSCS I want to talk about you for a minute. You are an incredible individual with hopes and dreams and plans for the future. You’ve hit and missed marks. Your goals may have shifted as you’ve grown and come to better know yourself. I want...

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Why You Should Slow Your Scroll and Flip a Page

Why You Should Slow Your Scroll and Flip a Page

It’s no secret that screen time among individuals has increased BIG TIME. Don’t worry, you’re not alone! I know a lot of people who have seen their ‘Screentime Weekly Report’ pop up and find their eyes instantly rolling into the back of their head. This can cause many overwhelming feelings due to do the steady flow of information that our brains are constantly processing during this intense time.

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Experiment Living like a Studio Ghibli Character

Experiment Living like a Studio Ghibli Character

My mental health is a big factor in why I do things, and one of the reasons I started this challenge in the first place. I would say I am in a better state of mind right now than I was a few weeks ago. Luckily during this time, the weather has started to warm up as Spring draws closer. Making a point to go outside every day has been a huge aide to my mental health.

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Video: Going from Busy to Productive.

by Amanda McKinney “I’m so busy”  Do you find yourself saying that phrase often? Or how about “I’m so tired”?  I get it sister, we all feel that and that feeling is real. There’s no shortage of things on your to-do list and it’s constantly growing. Whether...

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Tools to Go From “Busy” to Productive

Tools to Go From “Busy” to Productive

By Amanda McKinney “I’m so busy”  Do you find yourself saying that phrase often? Or how about “I’m so tired”?  I get it sister, we all feel that and that feeling is real. There’s no shortage of things on your to-do list and it’s constantly growing. Whether it’s...

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Transitioning to Life Outside of College

Transitioning to Life Outside of College

By Isabela Collins College can be some of the best years of your life.  You are creating lifelong memories with friends along with finding a career path you are passionate about, all while living it up---young and carefree. It can be tough letting that go to...

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