Raising Leaders

By: Dr. Tanvi Maharaja “… and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Leadership comes naturally to some, while others need a little honing of skills, and some have talents that are best nurtured through following in the lead of a strong hand and a discerning eye. The world as we see it today definitely needs … More Raising Leaders

Expert Advice on How to Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus

By: Cheryl Maguire   Will I get sick? Why are they closing the schools? I’m scared.  I’m upset that I can’t go to ballet class. These are some of the questions and comments I’ve heard from my three kids over the past week. Given the recent school closures, lack of toilet paper and bombarding messages … More Expert Advice on How to Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus

Now is the Time to (Re)teach Road Safety!

By: Martianne Stanger We’ve turned the calendar page to a month when we enjoy apple picking, leaf peeping, pumpkin carving, and… ROAD SAFETY! Road safety? YES! Thanksgiving – For a Loss that Did Not Happen Eight years ago this month, my son’s guardian angel kept him safe when he unexpectedly darted across a road in front … More Now is the Time to (Re)teach Road Safety!

Paint Colors for Your Child’s Personality

By: Lauren Tankle   When painting the walls of our children’s room we often choose the color either based on the child’s preference or the color that will match with our existing furniture, but is there more to our children’s bedroom wall color psychologically than we are aware of? I’ve compiled a list of colors … More Paint Colors for Your Child’s Personality

Let the Games Begin!

By: Sandy Churchill Upon returning from a recent game conference in Columbus, Ohio, our family was encouraged and recharged from life’s stresses—thanks to three and a half days of games, games, and more games. These are not video games—nor are they the simple-stream variety of Monopoly, Checkers, or Candyland. They are European-style board games of … More Let the Games Begin!