In many ways, as parents we are the architect of our children’s future. We choose to expose them to this or that and we seek [...]
As parents, we like our children to respect our answer and not try to argue or negotiate. So we learn to communicate in such a [...]
Finding the balance between active parenting and all other life demands is one of the most important decisions parents need to make. One company has [...]
Being a mom means a lot of emotional ups and downs. Sometimes, during the down times, there may be a desire to soothe and comfort [...]
There are all kinds of programs out there to make your child a better reader, better student,better swimmer, better athlete, etc. As parents, it is [...]
Children love to learn new skills and feel competent. Doing the daily EV program with them builds this joyful feeling. Character is built in small [...]
My family walks several miles to watch the lighting on the Plaza every year. My husband and I started doing this when we first knew [...]
Kindness transforms lives. It might transform the recipient but it most surely will transform the one who does the act of kindness. Emerson said,”One of [...]
I wanted to share this video from Nikosi, a young AIDS victim, whose winning spirit and smile remind us how precious each child is. Thank [...]
The tag line of Exercising Values has always been happy, healthy, well-behaved children in fifteen minutes a day. There is a balance to these three [...]
That book I was reading casts the coach as a reflecting pool that lets the other person see themselves more clearly. I think that also [...]
I recently began doing coaching for Precision Nutrition which means I left my job as Personal Training Program Manager for Heritage College and my job [...]
I was driving my car early in the morning and the weather just turned cold in the midwest but when I noticed my gloved hands, [...]
Can you recall the person who offered you valuable advice at a critical junction in your life?
Here’s a little trick from the world of personal training that may make a difference in your achieving your weight loss and fitness goals.
Remember that what we are passing down to our children might be passed on to the generation after us.
Staying up late with the family as a special event can be fun and memorable but is it dangerous?
First and foremost in teaching physical education, we want our children to learn to love exercise.
It’s an important time to take steps to up your immunity. Here are a few ways to slow down and take care of yourself physically.
TV is here to stay and will only expand. How can parents navigate the treacherous waters of mass media?