As protests continue around the world following the death of George Floyd, I knew I wanted to do more than just share images on social media, but I struggled to find my place and voice in the movement. As a strong black activist and mom, I felt heavy, again. My community was hurting from the loss of another black king. Unfortunately, racial injustice and police brutality of … [Read more...] about How Moms Can Support The Protests From Home
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Hi Mamas, I'm lying in bed listening to the rain pour down in Malibu, taking a moment to slow down and put these past weeks in perspective. I'm staying in, Mexican getaway canceled and kids are gearing up for home school for the next few weeks. Staying in seems like a responsible choice right now. The top question right now seems to be, how can I stay healthy? Everyone … [Read more...] about 4 Simple Things To Do To Stay Happy and Healthy At Home
The SAT standardized test, originally known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test, provides percentile scores used by many college admissions committees in evaluating college applications. The test covers mainly reading, writing and Math reasoning skill sets. Today, several additional and separate SAT subject tests also enable young people to demonstrate advanced knowledge in … [Read more...] about How to Study for the SAT Exam
This post is in partnership with Paramount Pictures. We are SO excited to see the new family-friendly film - Wonder Park hitting theatres March 15. If you haven't heard about the film it tells the story of a magnificent amusement park where the imagination of a wildly creative girl named June comes alive. One magical day, June is running through the woods to find her way … [Read more...] about Get a Peek at the Creativity and Wonder in the New Wonder Park Trailer!
My child with autism is officially a high school senior. Even though it’s the summer, it has begun. How do I know? Senior portraits. We live in California and when our state partly “opened” during the pandemic, the photography studio my son’s high school uses began to schedule senior portraits. I took that as a sign that my son was now done with being a … [Read more...] about Autism and a High School Senior