Monthly Archives: August 2020

Day 17: General Tips for Getting Kids Ready for School During an Uncertain Year – A Review

Thank you to everyone joining us for this series. We have been absolutely blown away by your interest and feedback. It has been our hope that this series would help ease the transition for children, families, and educators back to school. With that goal in mind…let’s take a moment to review some general tips. As […]

Day 14: Addressing Children’s Fear of Returning to School

Over the past few weeks, you have been speaking to your children about the upcoming school year and what it might look like. Yet, there are still many unknowns and, just like adults, these unknowns are making your children fearful. Anxious feelings are normal and expected in children and teens returning to school during a […]

Day 12: Intentional Creativity

Do you find yourself craving a little creativity in your life? Turns out tapping into that creative energy improves your overall health. It might sound too good to be true, but simply engaging in creative behaviours has been shown to improve brain function, enhance mental health, and optimize physical health. How can you get started? […]

Day 9: Gratitude

Did you know that giving thanks can make both you and your children happier? Gratitude is strongly and consistently associated with greater happiness. It has also been shown to help people feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve their mental and physical health, deal with adversity, change their thinking patterns, and build strong relationships. […]