Today, I’m happy to feature my first dad perspective! Andrew Tan takes on the elusive work-life balance we all seek. Not only does he reminisce a bit, but discusses how to handle a little one, newborn twins, a spouse, work, and his hobbyist pastime. (more…)
Throughout the years, I have moved a handful of times. Okay, somewhere around 13 times in actuality. But, a friend of mine, Ariane, has moved nearly twice that. As some of you can likely relate, my hat’s off to you. With her knowledge and experience, she was kind enough to share a bit of advice she has learned along the way to make your move as smooth as possible (hopefully). (more…)
Another week of Heleniq A blessing us with her insight. This week, she discusses how to avoid the negative attention-seeking efforts your child may make. Or how to handle them once they arise. Communication, not getting worked up over little bits, and what to look for with your kiddos. Learn where to rain so you don’t water anything unnecessary. This post is a fabulous one! (more…)
Heleniq A graces our space again with a wonderfully enlightening topic of stretching yourself spiritually, going beyond initial reactions. I know I could always use some growth in this area, so her words have brought me comfort and awareness. You’re sure to take away tidbits from this post. (more…)
Lucky for us, Heleniq is back for another inspiring and touching post with some incredible life-changing insight. Balance, flow, equilibrium, or whatever you’d like to call it tends to be something extremely sought after. And, also quite hard to reach. Heleniq points out some excellent secrets to find that center. (more…)
Today’s topic from my guest Heleniq A. hits my heart. I recall picking my son up from daycare one day and hearing him tell me he was a bad boy. A friend of mine owned the daycare, and I promptly sent a message relaying my disapproval of using that phrase in any instance.
Behavior can be guided but is not all-consuming of a being big or small. (more…)