Tag Archive: children

Mar 13

The Beauty of ‘Ugly’ or Imperfect Produce

Imperfect or ‘ugly’ produce is making its way to grocery stores in Toronto. Despite the negative connotations of these labels, these fruits and vegetables are actually uniquely beautiful for several important reasons. Continue reading ...

Feb 03

Best Books About Bullying For Children

Great ‘thinking’ books can help you and your children discuss and understand important topics like bullying. Here are some of the best books about bullying for children. Continue reading ...

May 01

Frugal Living Means Getting More (Not Less) of What Matters Most

Frugal Living Means Having MORE of What Matters (not less)

Frugal living gets you more (not less) of what you value most. Here’s the why and the how of how frugal living can do this for you. Continue reading ...

Apr 12

Mindful Eating For Kids (Its Importance and How to Teach It)

Mindful Meals With Children

Mindful eating strengthens children’s awareness of the garden-to-table connection and also fosters enriched and connected thinking generally. Continue reading ...

Apr 03

REVIEW George and Martha: Complete Stories of Two Best Friends

REVIEW George and Martha: The Complete Stories of Two Best Friends by James Marshall

Find out what George and Martha have to say about the secret of being friends and why this is a wonderful children’s book. Continue reading ...

Feb 01

7 Great Reasons to Give Your Child an Allowance

7 Great Reasons to Give Your Child an Allowance

Giving your child an allowance is a powerful tool for teaching them money management skills, independence, perseverance, and kindness towards others. Continue reading ...

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