Some days can become emotionally charged triggers for a divorced mom. That's because divorce is a life-altering experience that takes its toll on your physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. Its ramifications not only turn your own world upside down but can also seriously affect your innocent children – a dire consequence every mother wants to avoid. Since divorce is a … [Read more...] about Moms: Parent Yourself To Be A Better Divorced Parent
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What Can You Put in Nail Polish to Make it Less Thick?
Whether you have an extensive nail polish collection or only a few go-to favorites that help you feel lovely and polished for an interview or night out, with time your nail polish will eventually begin to dry out and become thicker and more difficult to use. Rather than throw the bottle away, here are a few fail-safe ways to extend the life of your nail polish: Quick … [Read more...] about What Can You Put in Nail Polish to Make it Less Thick?
My New Realization About Food Privilege This Thanksgiving
As we approach Thanksgiving, we’re all reminded that this time of year is all about feasting. Families, friends, and communities all join together to EAT. I’m also reminded of all the good I see in my community around food insecurity during this season. My girls’ hockey league is passionate about empowering their players to learn about making a difference. These young … [Read more...] about My New Realization About Food Privilege This Thanksgiving
101 Ways to Make a Difficult Divorce Easier on Your Children
The following is a list of things you can do to make your children's lives easier after a divorce. Read these tips as reminders of what you and your co-parent should be doing to ease the stress of divorce on your children. Remember that the reason why you should do these things is that if you don't your children will join the ranks of those who become emotionally hurt by the … [Read more...] about 101 Ways to Make a Difficult Divorce Easier on Your Children
Autism, SAT Tests, and the Coronavirus
Autism, SAT Tests, and the Coronavirus My child is a junior in high school who took his SAT exam in the fall (2019). What was the process like? Well, when he was a sophomore he took the PSAT, the practice SAT. This is standard for sophomores who want to attend college. He did fairly well on the PSAT, all without studying. As a way to prepare for the SAT, we … [Read more...] about Autism, SAT Tests, and the Coronavirus