Month: May 2015

Positive Parenting – How I address behavior issues

Positive Parenting – How I address behavior issues

Positive parenting has provided me with the skills to discipline and reward good behavior for my three young children without getting upset or frustrated. There are only 2 tools I use in my parenting toolbox and they are incredibly effective and magical! I never yell, threaten, or bribe and my toddlers are well-behaved!

Persuading the Picky Eater – how to handle picky eating

Persuading the Picky Eater – how to handle picky eating

What do you do when you have a picky eater on your hands? Read this for my 6 quick tips on handling picky eating.

5 Steps to Setting the Stage for Healthy Toddler Eating Habits – from pregnancy to toddlers

5 Steps to Setting the Stage for Healthy Toddler Eating Habits – from pregnancy to toddlers

My girls are “good eaters” in the sense they eat a large variety of food. They are fruit and veggie lovers and if there is a food they initially cringe at, nine times out of ten, I can persuade them to at least taste it… There is no magic to this, and I certainly do not pretend to know it all. I just know what works well for me and after being told “Wow, your girls eat everything” so many times, I figure it was time to share what has worked so well for us.

I know I am not a perfect eater and I do not create the perfect home eating environment…Overall, this is just about enjoying life with my kids and food is a big source of enjoyment and family time in my home… this is where I share my secrets to help your toddler eat healthy foods too.

Conflict resolution – how to avoid being annoyed all the time

Conflict resolution – how to avoid being annoyed all the time

Conflict resolution is a not just for the professional world – I use it all the time to avoid feeling annoyed in my personal life. Value Mining helps me understand why I’m annoyed in the first place.

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