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Sentimental Objects

We asked some of our favorite parenting bloggers about their back to school routines. This week we're thrilled to feature parenting coach, educator and speaker, Jacqueline Green.   What has historically been your biggest challenge with getting your children ready for the school year? I used to see...

We asked some of our favorite parenting bloggers about their back to school routines. This week we're thrilled to feature novelist, freelance journalist and mom, Nicole Blades.   What has historically been your biggest challenge with getting your children ready for the school year? We've noticed that our...

“Treat everyone you meet as if they were you.” DOUG DILLON   Kindness is underrated. We see it every day. Bully talk and chest thumping is viewed as strong and desirable behavior. Yelling and screaming seems to be an acceptable way to get what one wants. There is so much anger, fear...

We LOVE kids even if we hate the stuff that comes with them. Or rather, the toys they accumulate that we've heaped on top of them. All while teaching them the same bad habits we learned as children when it comes to stuff.  In the same...

“You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.”  Khalil Gibran Worldwide Day of Giving is June 15. Imagine what could happen if every person on the planet sought out ways to extend generosity and kindness...

If you have ever lived with another person as an adult (kids at home have their own challenges), then you know that successfully sharing a space isn't always simple. It often requires a level of compassion and compromise we only wish world leaders would exercise when...

Americans love to feel guilty. Unfortunately, it's often for the wrong reasons. Michael Pollan wrote in In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto: “He showed the words “chocolate cake” to a group of Americans and recorded their word associations. “Guilt” was the top response. If that strikes you as...

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