One Word Focus

In continuation of our last post about celebrating wins from the pervious year, we take a look at a very simple tip for keeping focused the in the New Year. Check out our tip and share what your focus will be in the comments!

Forget New Year’s Resolutions!

Do you get caught up in the New Year’s Resolution trap only to feel frustrated that you didn’t make the changes you promised several weeks into the New Year? What if you did away with grand changes for the New Year? Try this powerful exercise with us to set you up for the New Year!

A reprieve from holiday stress: Unmet expectations, co-parenting conflict and family.

I love Christmas. I love the lights and the decorations, the music and the special holiday events, the baking and the wrapping, the excitement and the anticipation. And most of all, I love the feeling of hope and goodwill that permeates the very air around us, the heightened expression of love and kindness to each other and the renewed commitment to have more compassion in our hearts.

But my relationship to Christmas is conflicted. As much as I love it, it also makes me sad.

A Little Less Hallmark, a Little More Charlie Brown

I love Christmas. I love the lights and the decorations, the music and the special holiday events, the baking and the wrapping, the excitement and the anticipation. And most of all, I love the feeling of hope and goodwill that permeates the very air around us, the heightened expression of love and kindness to each other and the renewed commitment to have more compassion in our hearts.

But my relationship to Christmas is conflicted. As much as I love it, it also makes me sad.

Summer Sanity Savers

At the best of times, summers can be times of high expectations, which can result in stress and frustration. We want you to have as joyous and relaxing a summer as possible. To help you out, here are 5 proven summer sanity savers from the Great Parenting Simplified coaching team!

A Little Less Hallmark, a Little More Charlie Brown

I love Christmas. I love the lights and the decorations, the music and the special holiday events, the baking and the wrapping, the excitement and the anticipation. And most of all, I love the feeling of hope and goodwill that permeates the very air around us, the heightened expression of love and kindness to each other and the renewed commitment to have more compassion in our hearts.

But my relationship to Christmas is conflicted. As much as I love it, it also makes me sad.