They created this journal that helps kids to develop resilience and create a positive mindset. You know, the key to raising a resilient child is raising a child that's optimistic, and that sees obstacles in life as things that can be overcome, not things that knock you back and crush you, so it's such a gorgeous journal.
Gratitude has the power to wire our brains to be optimistic and compassionate, making us feel happier. Here are some of the things that happen in our brains when we practice placing our focus on good things in our lives.
Here is a recipe I come back to time and again. Perfect for lunchboxes, uses only one pot, can be double batched and frozen, and easy for kids to help with (it's fun rolling the cookies into balls and putting them on the tray!).
Have you ever noticed that when your kids are experiencing ‘big feelings’ as we call them in our house, they sometimes seem to lose control? This is also known as ‘flipping your lid’ and means that they are no longer thinking and acting clearly.