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Economics of Integrity

Six timeless teachings to build strong character in kids Stumbled upon this gem of an essay from the 1960’s by Leonard Read entitled “Economics for Boys and Girls; Methods for getting young people on the track of sound thinking.” Being a home-educating momma who works around economists I had to take a look. Although some […]

Helpful Resources for Visual Learners

My first grader is a visual learner. She loves to read, enjoys doodling, and uses pictures, images, and objects to grasp material she is trying to understand. In my first post, I gave a basic run down on the three different types of learning styles. In this post, I will focus on how to assist […]

Rethinking our Birth Stories

C-Section or Natural – all deserve a “Job well done momma!” The average labor for a first time mother is 6.5 hours. The length of “hands-on” motherhood (birth till 18) is 157,248 hours. So why do many mothers allow their birthing experience to define their mothering journey? From a time perspective, the birth compared to […]

Doing Hard Things: Seven easy steps I took to get my four year old to clean our bathrooms

For my day job, I get to work with a variety of different consultants and experts in policy and messaging. One of my favorites is a gentleman named Kevan Kjar. He is a businessman that focuses on helping organizations develop compelling stories. In addition to being a great guy, he has a simple but powerful […]

We are back…..

Life goes through ebbs and flows. Sometimes you can take all that is coming at you and still have margin for more; and other times you can barely balance the basic necessities of life so other responsibilities take a back seat. This summer was the latter. A busy work schedule combined with hubby’s new job […]