The Power of Groups: Why doing things with other people benefits you as an individual

The key to success with your new goals is your habits: 5 ways you sabotage success and what to do instead When you are creating New Year’s resolutions, starting

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Presence: Three Tools to Develop A Deeper Ability to “Show Up” in Your Life

Did you make a traditional resolution for 2020? Or did you choose a word of focus for the year?  Maybe, you decided to do neither, because you know

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Stuck in a Rut? 5 Boredom Busters To Get Your Creativity Flowing

Ever had a hobby, a career aspiration, a job, or a project that is so exciting that you want to spend every single spare moment of your day

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Stop Rewarding Perfect Attendance in School, PLEASE

This is my first year with a school-age child and so it has prompted a re-introduction to all of the customary school traditions. Most recently, this included the

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Never Enough Time in Nature: The Benefits of Being Outside

As the temperatures start to cool off in many places, this is an excellent opportunity to take advantage of some fabulous time in nature.  Nature enthusiasts would say

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Why A Retreat Experience Should be on Your Play Therapy Training To-Do List

The idea of spending five days in a paradise location (and possibly making it a tax-deductible business expense) sounds like a no-brainer, right?  But, many people hesitate before

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My Child Started Kindergarten and I’m a Hot Mess

Kindergarten in Hawaii started August 5th.  It’s been 4 weeks of school and I have been a mess all three weeks.   A. HOT. MESS.But not in the

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Do It Afraid

"In just over 48 hours, there are 41 clinicians and their family members arriving at a hotel on the North Shore of Oahu for a play therapy conference.

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Helping Children Cope with Short Separations from Their Parent

Are you going to be traveling without your children for a few weeks?  Or is your spouse/partner the one traveling? These relatively short trips are usually pretty manageable,

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What Happened After I Got Rid of 75% of My Kids Toys

Wow, it sounds really mean to say that I got rid of 75% percent of my kids toys!  And I didn’t actually count them and calculate this math,

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