Amazing Women

Discover Your Passions and Maximize Your Full Potential

Discover Your Passions and Maximize Your Full Potential

We are surrounded by kids doing amazing things, young adults making a difference in the world. Personally, I am amazed every day by my teenage daughter and what she is accomplishing and the goals she has set for her future. She is an inspiration. I believe that part of her success is my parenting (personal(…)

Dragons are Real

Dragons are Real

Appreciate a Dragon Day In our continued efforts to bring you information on this fun holiday, we thought we’d introduce you to another fun book with the main character being a dragon. What if I told you that all of the fairy tales, myths and legends that have been told about dragons over the years(…)

The Adventures of the Little Prince

The Adventures of the Little Prince

We’ve featured the books of Rosemary Evans before and quite honestly just cannot get enough of them!  This month, we are bringing to you The Adventures of the Litte Prince. The Adventures of The Little Prince was awarded the Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Medal for Excellence in Children’s Literature and the Royal Dragonfly Book Awards First(…)

Playroom Prep Activity Book

Playroom Prep Activity Book

Too much screen time too soon is hurting our kids and is NOT an effective teaching tool when it comes to preparing our children for pre-school and/or Kindergarten. But with so many educational apps, tablets and television shows out there, what can parents do to help build a solid foundation without relying on “screen time” buddies? To(…)

Tips For Organized Food In The Kitchen

Tips For Organized Food In The Kitchen

**In honor of National Organization Month, we are proud to feature Lisa Marks from The Time Butler as our guest blogger today.** It’s easy to become disorganized when you have too much stuff. Disorganized spaces lead many people to buy items they already have. Below are tips to help keep your pantry and refrigerator in(…)

The Ageless Possibilities of Imagination

The Ageless Possibilities of Imagination

by Judy Laufer Walt Disney called it “Imagineering” and made imagining fun for all ages! Young children make sense of the world through play and by using their imaginations. They learn social and emotional skills through play and interaction with their peers and with adults. They learn valuable lessons like taking turns and predicting outcomes.(…)