Define Your Values

I've been on a Brené Brown kick lately. Although I have been familiar with her work, and loved her viral TedTalk, and hadn't actually read any of her books. Until last week, when I read two. Dare to Lead and Daring Greatly both discuss the importance of vulnerability and how it can impact personal and... Continue Reading →

3 Degrees of Kindness

This month's focus has been kindness, specifically LovingKindness. Until recently, I wasn't even away of this word, LovingKindness. I was recently listening to a Tim Ferris Podcast featuring Sharon Salzberg, which discussed the practice of LovingKindness. Salzberg is a leader in meditation, and focuses on using meditation, to increase happiness. LovingKindness is a type of... Continue Reading →

How are we speaking to our kids?

During a dinner conversation with my dad a few years ago, he asked me what I wanted for our girls as they grow up; what characteristics I would want them to personify? He then told me to write them all down, and consciously work to ensure the girls develop these qualities and attributes.  I have... Continue Reading →

Happiness High Standards

I watched another TED Talk. One thing I love about a TED Talk is that because they are short, you can get a lot of information in a small amount of time. I generally watch them while I do my makeup in the mornings, and it's a great way to utilize NET time (No Extra... Continue Reading →

Taboos of Parenting

There is a really great Ted Talk I watched yesterday about 4 Taboos of Parenting. During the Talk Rufus Griscom and Alisa Volkman, the founders of Babble, discuss the expectations of parenting versus the reality of parenting and the taboo things we as parents can't talk about. You can't say you didn't fall in love with... Continue Reading →

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