A year from now, the things in life we used to prioritize will feel trivial compared to what lies ahead. This represents the only upside to the pandemic, so let’s not waste it.
We live in a culture that is fixated on making and spending money. If Convid-19 doesn’t make you question some basic assumptions about the purpose of money, nothing will. So, what’s the point of it on the backend?
Kids are biking; strollers seem to be everywhere; parents and college kids are outside and enjoying the warmer weather. Let’s use this shared experience as a springboard to liberate kids (after Convid-19) so they can enjoy their neighborhoods without fear.
Efforts to reduce bullying are important, but resilience represents an equal priority. 'Sticks and stones,' in Kindergarten and elementary school, is more relevant than ever.
It would be a shame for the kids not to see grandma and grandpa at Christmas; The other holidays during the year? Sacrifice them to extend your holiday. One week vacations are nice, no doubt about it, but the opportunity to disconnect for two entire weeks comes with benefits. First, this is not for families... Continue Reading →