Stop and Smell the Roses

The Journey It’s about that time of year — the time when progress reports are sent home. Looking through a child’s grades can cause one’s chest to puff with pride or collapse with worry. Grades are important, for sure. They offer a sort of universal benchmark that allows us to gauge a child’s readiness for […]

Cultivating JOY

Happiness vs Joy If you know me, you know I love learning about the brain, particularly the psychology behind what drives our behavior and the choices we make. Not surprising then, I thoroughly enjoyed researcher Brene Brown’s recent blog post about the role of love versus lovelessness in modern culture, and the impact both are […]

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