Tag : Kimberly Blaker

How to Work From Home with Kids During COVID-19

As COVID-19 sweeps the planet and country, and shelter-in-place orders and precautions are taken to protect our health, Americans are trying to adjust to a new normal. School and work closures have families staying home except for essential needs. Kids…

0 Comments / 20 View / May 1, 2020

How to Choose a Summer Camp Your Kids Will Love and You Approve Of

Whether you’re looking for enrichment for your child, a way to keep your kids occupied and supervised while you work, or a short reprieve from parenting, there’s sure to be a summer camp that’s the right fit for your child…

0 Comments / 20 View / March 1, 2020

How Women Can Earn a College Degree — without Sacrificing Family, Compromising Their Job, or Going Broke

So you’d like to further your education, but with a job and a family, you don’t know where you’d find time for the commute and classes, let alone to study? Even if you could, there are the ever-increasing costs for…

0 Comments / 42 View / June 1, 2019

A Mother’s Plea to Save Her Son from the Throes of Mental Illness

Signs to Watch for in Your Teen or Young Adult Regardless of our kids’ trials and tribulations during childhood and into the early teen years, the furthest thing from any parent’s mind is that our young adult child might develop…

0 Comments / 52 View / May 1, 2019

11 Must-Have Phone Apps for Parents

Parents have countless reasons to worry about their kids’ safety from the time they’re born right on through the teen years. Unfortunately, technology is a big culprit. Yet, it can also serve to help keep kids safe. Many phone apps…

0 Comments / 32 View / March 1, 2019

How to Teach Your Kids Critical Thinking Skills & Books that Foster Objective Thought

“Too often we give children answers to remember rather than problems to solve.” – Roger Lewin, Ph.D., British anthropologist and science writer Every day we’re inundated with information and often from two opposing sides. So how do we teach kids…

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Public Speaking – Preparing for and Getting through Your Presentation

Butterflies, sweaty palms, dry mouth — these are just some of the symptoms most public speakers experience. In fact, in Communication for Business and the Professions, Patricia Hayes Andrews and John E. Baird Jr. point out that, according to at…

0 Comments / 157 View / December 1, 2018