Yoga is a known stress reliever. In addition, there are kid-specific benefits including: reduced anxiety, healthier coping skills, improved concentration, and better school performance. It’s a noncompetitive way to get kids involved in a physical activity and build self-esteem. But yoga can be a little intimidating if you’re new to the practice. And being still
If you are having trouble connecting with your teen, why not try speaking their language?
Remember those summer road trips you took with your family as a kid? Me too. I can’t remember anywhere we went or a single thing we did. All I remember is that I was the youngest, which meant I got stuck with the worst spot in the car– in the back between my brother and
School’s out for the summer! And while kids may have been anxiously counting down the days till their break, it’s not uncommon for parents to feel slightly overwhelmed with the school year’s end. Arguments among siblings, mischief, daycare issues, scheduling conflicts, and even boredom may be looming for many families. It’s a struggle to transition
If you are looking for new books to read with your kiddos, fill your home library with inspiration! The following list was compiled by Julie Handler, a co-founder of Positively Positive. You can find her original article here. Clicking on the book title will take you to the amazon page for that book.