Month: May 2022

Encouraging Family Ecotherapy and Nature-Based Play

It\’s no secret that our kids need less screen time and more \”scene time.\” Anyone who was born prior to the 1980s knows that being outside and creating adventures with friends was the main form of entertainment back in the day. And what a good one it was! Sandpits became beaches, tire swings became rockets, …

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Author Explores Trauma Fallout in her book The Bullied Brain

Bullying has been a hot topic for many years and author Dr. Jennifer Fraser Ph.D. not only asks hard questions as to why this form of mental, emotional, and psychological abuse is still a worldwide problem. In her new book, The Bullied Brain, Dr. Fraser explores why we say we have zero tolerance for bullying, …

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\”No Mow\” May | An Easy Way to Protect our Pollinators

For many places across the globe, this last winter was…ODD. From overly cold temps to a Spring that seemed to never come, our gardening plans are needing to be postponed a few weeks in 2022. This unusual weather is also hard on our pollinators; many of which haven\’t gotten Mother Nature\’s wake-up call to get …

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Just Breathe | A Picture Book that Is a Wake Up Call to How We Live Life

One day, Cristina \”TinTin\” Santiago found herself curled up in a ball sobbing on the floor of her shower. Her sorrow typically showed up once a month and she was able to shrug it off and keep on with her day. But this time, her sadness felt different. Cristina is an author of young adult/self-help …

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