The best way to instill gratitude in your kids is to model the behavior yourself. The good news… It only takes 5 minutes a day to get started.
1 topic + 4 people associated with it = a Mount Rushmore. The Mount Rushmore of Coronavirus Taskforce members? Dr. Anthony Fauci, Deborah Birx, Mike Pence, and Dr. Jerome Adams. The pairings for the game are endless and debatable, which is probably why it’s so addictive. So let’s apply it to sports -from greatest olympians to best 90’s basketball stars… see if you agree.
Feel Good News
“Classroom Of Compassion” has been continuing to work throughout the pandemic to create safe, soothing and imaginative spaces aimed at connecting and uplifting those facing challenges and navigating grief. It’s incredible what a smile, a shoulder to lean on and a sense of connection can do at a time like this.
“I went from feeling like, what’s the point? … to proving to myself that I can mentally and physically recover from this life changing event.”
As part of our feel good series, we are spotlighting how Coronavirus has forced companies to change the way they do business. We start the New Year sharing how this drink has managed to do more than just stay afloat.
A Much Needed Change Of Scenery – From The Worlds Hottest Hotels
Series: Family Matters
We’re about a year into social distancing and for many, fatigue has set in. One popular suggestion for luring kids away from their screens has been the scavenger hunt. We asked parents for their advice on planning one with minimum effort and maximum fun and here’s what we got.
Watching our kids reach important life milestones under the glow of a computer screen hasn’t been easy, but creative parents are finding ways to make these moments memorable. Enter the virtual sleepover! Here’s how to host your own.
Tired of following COVID-19 prevention practices? Therapist, Michelle Codington offers tips for helping us all push through.
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