Holiday Weekend Survival Guide Tactics For Parents | Leverage Ambition

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Here we go again, another long holiday weekend for parents to enjoy the kids. I find myself sometimes overdoing it and not setting boundaries, doing anything and everything for the kids to make me feel like a good mom. Sometimes I feel guilty when I don't have the energy to go to the park first … Continue reading Holiday Weekend Survival Guide Tactics For Parents | Leverage Ambition

9 Extra Job Titles We Have as Parents | Leverage Ambition

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Other Sock Seeker - A detective at play, this sleuth must be able to locate the other sock. Wherever the socks may roam, we will need to locate them upon request at any time day or night. Short Order Cook - Children never want to feed themselves or get their own food in the refrigerator. … Continue reading 9 Extra Job Titles We Have as Parents | Leverage Ambition

Rage Against the Machine + Homeschooling 2020

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It is just me or is anyone else truly, madly, and deeply disappointed with homeschooling in ANY school? My kids happen to go to a 10 out of 10 pubic school in Los Angeles, and it's awful still. I've run into parents that are in private schools as well, with high tuition price points. They … Continue reading Rage Against the Machine + Homeschooling 2020

New Work + School Week Sanity Schedule for Parents

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We all need to stick to a steady weekly schedule to keep our families in check. Here is our New Work + School Week Schedule for Parents recommendations. You can use it as shown or you can make your own schedule that works better for your goals. 7am to 9am - Wake Up, Brush Teeth, … Continue reading New Work + School Week Sanity Schedule for Parents

7 Quick Breaks For Parents

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It's been a crazy year for those parents that have children and had to homeschool them. There have been limitations on going outside of the house without a mask, most parks and restaurants are still closed. This makes it difficult to entertain kids, but it also makes it difficult for us to get some alone … Continue reading 7 Quick Breaks For Parents

Journal Prompts for Elementary Schoolers

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Writing in our journals is a big part of first grade in elementary school. Here are some good journal prompts to help spur a good story for your children. I get excited when... On my first day of school I... If I could be an animal I would be a... People think I am... I … Continue reading Journal Prompts for Elementary Schoolers

Back to HomeSchooling Tips for the New Year

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We are all in this together! Here are some tips to transition your children back into school in August/September that will help you keep your cool, AND get ahead of the game! 1. Buy Headphones Like legit ones. Beats by Dre or others may have higher volumes than actual kid headphones, but I would check … Continue reading Back to HomeSchooling Tips for the New Year

Whole30 R5, Energizer Bunny Sugar Detox

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Just got back from a much needed vacation in Lake Arrowhead this week, and I fell off the wagon. The sugar wagon that is! I had a slice of pizza and a spicy watermelon margarita, AND THEY WERE DELICIOUS! Back home now and back to reality where I am writing and getting back into the … Continue reading Whole30 R5, Energizer Bunny Sugar Detox

The Effects of Parental Mental Illness on Children and the Need for Healing

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Elisabet Kvarnstrom drills down the steps to heal from Bridge Stone Recovery, visit bridgestorecovery.com. Ivy McQuain had two sons she loved more than anything. “I thought I was the best mother in the world. I was home when they got home. I went to college and earned my degrees. I had a business. To the … Continue reading The Effects of Parental Mental Illness on Children and the Need for Healing