Category Archives: Conscious Parenting

On 9/11, What Will You Focus On?

It’s easy to get caught up in a swirl of negativity and fear when world events remind us of our fragility. But though we can’t control those events, we can choose what to focus on. So at this time, and especially on 9/11, I’m consciously … Continue reading

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HELP – Need Manual for Inquisitive Kids

I admire when people are able to think on their feet.  I’m not usually the one to provide a smooth, polished answer to something without thinking about it.  But I must say that being a mom continues to be the … Continue reading

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This is Me!

Hello everyone! I’ve been blogging for two years now, and thought you may want to see the person behind the posts.  So I recorded this video clip (eeek! my first one) for you.  In it I share a little bit about me … Continue reading

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Help Yourself by Helping Another

“Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.” ~ Dalai Lama I love that quote. I agree with it wholeheartedly – at least in theory – but to be honest I sometimes rush around too much to notice when a … Continue reading

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Awakening Wonder

I’m honoured to tell you that I’m a contributing writer in a beautiful collaborative e-book for moms called Awakening Wonder: Discovering Delight in Everyday Moments.  The free e-book, which launches today, is the inspiration of Becky McCleery, creator of the growing community Raising Loveliness. Designed to uplift … Continue reading

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We Are One

We are one – all of us.  We’re in this world together.  It’s in our power (and isn’t it our responsibility?) to create positive change for ourselves, the people we love, even the people we don’t know… not to mention … Continue reading

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The Gift of Presence

I love reading about people’s journeys, both spiritual and physical.  When someone reaches into their heart and shares authentically about what they’re experiencing, it strikes a chord deep within me. I too like to share from the heart, but sometimes I … Continue reading

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The Elusive Quest for Balance in Difficult Times

I’m excited to feature a guest post from wise and talented blogger Ida Mae West-Simone of A Vision For Our Kids.  Ida Mae is a teacher and reading advocate, currently teaching special education to Junior Kindergarten to grade three students.  … Continue reading

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Just a Little Heart Attack

I originally posted this on The Brighter Side of Parenting, but it’s such an important topic I wanted to share it here too. My in-laws were visiting recently, and my health-conscious mother-in-law mentioned she was going to email me a short … Continue reading

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