Opinion – Monitoring Children’s Reading

If you have not taught your child proper moral values that align with your family, whatever those values may be, then you may have cause to worry about what they’re reading. However, parents should lead by example, and give their children the tools they need to make good choices in all aspects of their lives. If you do that, then you should also be able to trust your child. Trust that they will put down a book that has content they are not ready to explore.

Books Are Here To Stay

“Movies aren’t being made due to COVID,” I said. “It’s impossible to make a movie and social distance at the same time.”

“That sucks,” Tim muttered.

“What if the movies we have now are the only movies we will ever have?” I mused.

“No, don’t say that!”

My son was horrified, but it got me thinking.

Why You Should Prioritize Self-Care

We hear the phrase “self-care” a lot lately. There are hundreds of blogs and articles out there listing acts of self-care, but this is not one of them. Instead, let’s talk about why you should make self-care a priority.  When I’m in a seminar and the presenter asks us to list the things in ourContinue reading “Why You Should Prioritize Self-Care”

Why I Let My Children Color Their Hair

Don’t judge a book by its cover, or a person by their appearance. The looks my husband was subjected to when he dyed his hair bright orange in support of our children’s soccer team were nothing compared to the looks we got when people discovered we also allowed our children to dye their hair orange.Continue reading “Why I Let My Children Color Their Hair”