Episode 2: How to start your parenting day with peace and purpose

Episode 2:  How to start your parenting day with peace and purpose

Feeling like you are running on empty by the end of the day? Feel like you start the day with stress and chaos? Well, a few small tweaks and my start your day FREE journal page are all you need to set your self up for success. I love answering parenting questions and I think this one from a workshop I did will resonate with lots of parents today. Do these things and watch your stress decrease and your parent power increase. When we win as parents our kids win too! Happy listening! When we run the day, instead of the day running us, we create meaningful purpose that wires our brains for happiness and success.

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Intro Episode 1: What is The Rooted Family?

The first podcast!  Hooray.  Join me as a I give some background into how The Rooted Family came to be and getting sad, mad, really angry and embracing mindfulness spurred me into starting The Rooted Family and am why I am on a mission to turn around today’s statistics for our kids and families.  I This is a grass roots, grow roots movement.  Thanks for joining!

How To Have A Productive, Purposeful Parent-Teacher Conference

How To Have A Productive, Purposeful Parent-Teacher Conference

Yes, there is a way to do it...trust me.  As a teacher and a parent, parent-teacher conferences can be fruitful and yield an amazing opportunity to acquire information about your child’s education OR they can be a waste of time.  It’s really a question of how you handle it.

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We Need To Stop Telling Our Kids To Be Nice

We Need To Stop Telling Our Kids To Be Nice

I know what you are thinking, aren’t you the one who talks about how kindness wires our kids brains for success and you don’t want us to teach them to be nice?

You got it, and I’ll tell you why…

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How going minimal helped my mental health and made me a better mom

How going minimal helped my mental health and made me a better mom

 I was constantly cleaning up a mess my 2-year-old had made, attempting to cook some complicated meal, doing piles of laundry, planning workouts and ways to get back to my pre-baby weight and worrying about how I was going to keep it all together when I went back to work in just four short weeks.  

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