How to help children develop growth mindset even in moments of failure and disappointment.
Our family consists of 5 tiny people who enjoy books and consume literature as if it truly sustained their lives and well-being. We blaze through audiobooks, have stacks and stacks of children’s books beside every bed in the house, and books litter the floor and flat spaces of our house like sprinkles on a celebratory […]
Christmas magic, as it’s called, always felt like something people chased rather than what I felt like was, in my mind, the true and original meaning of Christmas. I saw even devout Christians getting more excited about lights, trees, and gifts than the immeasurable gift that was the perfect lamb of God sent to earth […]
Have you ever looked at your child or children in a moment of frustration and thought “they should know better!” It could be something like picking up something they tripped on so the next person doesn’t fall on their face or maybe it’s something as simple as closing the door behind them. Regardless, as adults […]
Imagine a time when you were in a class that tormented your very soul, causing grief and endless studying, with very few rewarding moments to show for it. Maybe it was chemistry, physics, calculus, or even something like physical education. Did forcing you to try and do better make you like it more? Did it […]