A Guide to Surviving Your Firstborn’s College Drop-off Day

You’ve survived that dreaded trip (or ten) to Bed, Bath and Beyond. You’ve stocked her with enough cough and cold medicine to cure a preschool. You’ve gotten all the financial aid papers out of the way. And now it’s time. It’s time to take your first born to college. College drop off is emotional, exciting, … Continue reading A Guide to Surviving Your Firstborn’s College Drop-off Day

Parents of Teens, Are Your Kids Playing Fortnite?

My son isn't a gamer. His social activities center around a group of lifelong friends, baseball and basketball. While he has always spent time (sometimes too much) on video gaming, especially NBA 2K, I've never seen him enjoy himself more online than when playing Fortnite. Fortnite is a survival action video game where, according to Common Sense … Continue reading Parents of Teens, Are Your Kids Playing Fortnite?

I Am Grateful for the Annoying Calls from Daycare

The month of November is a great time to develop a gratitude practice. With Thanksgiving on the horizon, the spirit of the season seems to set the tone for gratitude. This blog series, #30DaysofGratitude, hopes to share bits of gratitude and create an awareness of how gratitude can change our mindset. Every day this month, I, … Continue reading I Am Grateful for the Annoying Calls from Daycare