Dear Educator

Practice mindful news consumption Mindful news consumption helps you get the information you need in a way that best supports your overall well-being. Yes, we do need to keep up with the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic. But no, Read More …

Feeling Lazy?

Ask yourself these 3 simple questions to snap out of a funk. If you feel like you’re in a bit of slump right now, you’re not alone. These unmotivated, uninspired times can occur when we lose our focus and rush Read More …

Backtalk: Should You Ignore It?

Does this sound familiar? “Stop hitting your sister. If you don’t stop, you’ll have to go to your room.” “You can’t tell me what to do!” “I most certainly can! Now get to your room…or else.” Backtalk can be terribly Read More …

What to Do (and Not Do) When Children

Are Anxious How to respect feelings without empowering fear When children are chronically anxious, even the most well-meaning parents can fall into a negative cycle and, not wanting a child to suffer, actually exacerbate the youngster’s anxiety. It happens when Read More …

Teens, Your Brain Needs Real Food

This brain remodelling phase in a teen’s life is known as “pruning,” and without proper nutrition, the brain’s ability to learn new tasks or skills decreases – certainly not good news for students. “It’s a huge time of growth and Read More …