Kids are often anxious about the new school year. While they are excited to begin a new adventure, there are many unknown factors that scare them. PBS Parents offers tips to help you prepare your child for the new school year without the anxiety… for either of you! New School Year
Start the new school year off right by creating a plan to keep you AND your family organized! BHG offers tips & ideas to help! BTS Plan
I know summer is still here & you are struggling just to get ready for BTS. However, Autumn is coming & right behind it is WINTER! Now is the time to begin preparing for the cold months ahead. How many times have you put off projects only to have the first cold snap hit, causing you to run around trying…
I know you think this celebration is is for all the moms waiting anxiously for the day the kids return to school. That party comes later. For now, plan a fun & simple party for the kids to help celebrate the end of summer & the beginning of the new school year. BHG offers tips & ideas to help…
The school year begins soon but you can still have plenty of fun with your kids this summer! Especially with these ideas from Good Housekeeping. Summer Fun
Kids love crafts. Making things helps inspire their imaginations. BHG offers your kids 6 crafts to make as they prepare to go back to school. These easy projects allow your kids to create something unique out of their school supplies without spending lots of money. 6 Easy Back-to-School Crafts
Guilt thrives the more we keep it to ourselves. guilt begins deep within us & likes to stay there. The longer we keep it locked up, the more it grows & multiplies. We feel shame when we haven’t done anything wrong.
A guilt trip is a lonely journey. We rarely take a companion along with us. Those around us may suffer because of our guilt but they aren’t able to ease it. We are unable to share our burden with others so they might carry part of it for us.
We feel guilty. We think we’ve done something wrong. We try to make it right. When we can’t make it right, we overreact. One of the ways we overreact is to overcompensate. In other words, we try to make things up. We can’t make it right, so we work to make it better. Oh, Boy!