The transition from elementary school to middle school gives the phrase a whole new world a different type of feeling (anxiety, night sweats, and nausea...and that’s the parents).Read More
Even after years of practice (I prefer that to saying I’m old), balance is hard to maintain. If after all this time I struggle to find equilibrium, how can I ensure my children know the importance of balance?Read More
As you get ready to begin the summer holidays, consider including these five ways to keep your study skills sharp.Read More
Imagine how it feels to think you are failing because you are less smart than your friends. That is a horrible feeling. Many of my students come to me in that place. I was in that place. Now imagine the surge of power you would feel when you learn it's not your brain- it's the way you have been taught to do it.Read More
It’s the final countdown to summer!
How can we keep our children motivated and engaged at school when there are schedule disruptions due to testing, end of year events and not to mention- their brains are just worn out!Read More
We all want to our children to be awesome, thriving creatures, right?
This blog will explain everything most likely know about the importance of routines and why we get so frustrated when we can’t get our kids to follow them....Read More
We don't all have time to read long blogs or watch Facebook Live videos- so here are the 3 easy peasy points from this week's blog!Read More
Why can’t we mold our children into perfectly organized cherubs? Chances are your child a) does not have ...Read More
Ask your child what their goals are for this quarter. Listen without judgement. Then, ask your child what steps they can take to achieve these goals....Read More
Coaching is not about giving your child orders. We want to focus on lifetime results. Instead, I work with your child to help them define their personal goals. We look at their daily choices (school and life) and the impact on those goals....Read More