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A Different Calling: One Mother’s ADHD Story

ADHD is often cast in a negative light, especially regarding children. Even the word “deficit” speaks to the outdated idea that there is something that one lacks. Today, however, we’re going to hear a completely different perspective.
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Purpose & Calling: A Reason to Live

In this first episode of our “Vibrant Living” series, we welcome our favorite scientist, Dr. Joseph R. Ferrari, to discuss “purpose”. Find out what it is, what it does and why it’s important to leading a more healthy, meaningful, joyous and fulfilled life.
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Fear, Force or Flow? Choose Your Story.

What's your life "story"? Are your fears dictating your decisions? Are you engaged in relationships or situations that don’t serve you? Are life's stressors robbing you of your peace of mind or health? Or, do you live in the moment- a state of flow that allows you to remain balanced regardless of life’s twists and...
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Procrastination: What Does The Scientist Say?

Many put off an occasional daunting or undesirable task, but what happens when procrastination creeps into more life-areas and becomes a habit?
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Self-Mastery: The Process of Becoming

By determining where you are now and learning how you can improve mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually, your dream life can become a reality. Join us for the "tea" in this first episode of our podcast series on Self-Mastery.
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Ease on Down the Road: Journey Beyond Fear

This week Nia spends  “tea time” in the hot seat. It's a chat inspired by a blog post she penned about her journey from fearing success to fully embracing life.
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The Naughty 9 “Bad Word” List to Delete from Your Internal Hard Drive

If you’re looking to win the mindset battle, it could be helpful to identify and eliminate any “bad” words and phrases that could adversely affect your parenting and overall work and life experience! If you're homeschooling, it might be a big step towards being able to claim victory in the educational war. More importantly, it...
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Letting Go: When Helping is Not Helpful

Releasing control is one of the greatest challenges I have had as a parent and homeschooling mom. Sometimes, identifying when to help and when to let our children struggle through something can be tough. Yet, it is essential to their growth and development--and our sanity.
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Each One Teach One: Three Priceless Lessons I’ve Learned from My Mom

Parenting and homeschooling are “learn as you grow” experiences. And, that growth is mutual. So, my mother and I have decided to list our top three life lessons that we’ve learned from each other. Here are mine.
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Each One Teach One: Three Priceless Lessons I’ve Learned from My Daughter

Our children can be our greatest teachers. Some of my most powerful and priceless life lessons have come through my daughter. Here are three.
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Top 15 Benefits of Volunteering in Your Community

Volunteering in your community is a win-win situation. Not only do you help those less fortunate than you are, there are many other benefits for all.
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6 Essential Social Skills You Can Teach Your Child Now

Social skills are important at every age. Introducing these skills to our tweens and teens allows them to practice and refine them early.
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When it Comes to Failure, Faster is Better

To get what you want out of life it is imperative that you fail–quickly and often. Failure eliminates what doesn’t work so that you can discover what does.
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