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Common Sense...is it really that common?

I think the person who coined the term “common sense” is rolling over in their grave laughing their ass off at us. I imagine them saying something like: … 511 more words

Peanut Gallery

Parenting: Tough Love & Weeds

My children. Oh, my precious children. The anointed children that my delicious Hunk-a-lish and I created together. They are adored with every ounce of my being. 739 more words

If you haven't read Mindset yet, it's worth your time

About a year ago, I published a post on a book by Dr. Carol Dweck entitled Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. This year, our leadership team at the Indian Hill School District, where I am employed as Director of Communications, opened our professional development program with a visit to the Mindset concepts as we were asked to evaluate how we approach different aspects of our job and our life. 308 more words

Life Skills

How to be successful at work

I found 7 habits on how to be successful at work and I would like to share them!

  1. Focus on Strengths not weaknesses
    • Find out what your good at and use it to your advantage…
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10 things I learned from my son...

It’s supposed to be the other way around. We mums and dads are supposed to be the teachers and our littles, our obedient students. But in the almost three years that I’ve been a Mum, I can vouch for two things: 1,250 more words


honesty, forthrightness, dependability, ...

Don’s daughter was addicted to meth. She came to Narconon Fresh Start and got her life back after trying several other rehabilitation programs.

We asked Don in a video interview what were some of the changes that he saw in his daughter Jana after she completed the Narconon Fresh Start program and this is what he had to say. 190 more words

Narconon Fresh Start

"Denmark has figured out how to teach kids empathy and make them happier adults" — Quartz

Empathy, or the ability to read another person’s emotions, is a critical life skill. Many fear children are losing it—and that they’ll be less happy as adults as a result.

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