Top 5 Tips for Busy Moms Who Want to Write a Book

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Top 5 Tips for Busy Moms Who Want to Write a Book

Being a mom is a demanding job, but it is also incredibly rewarding. It can be overwhelming at times, but it is worth it to watch your kids grow and learn new things every day. But if you have dreams of writing a book, it can be difficult to fit it all in. Here are some tips to help you get started on your journey to becoming an author. Read More

Moms Make Art, Too

For artistic mommies, it can be hard to find the time or inspiration to make art around the daily grind and busy schedules. Here are our tips for rekindling that artistic fire. No matter what your hectic schedule may look like, at the end of the day moms make art, too! Read More

10 Things Parents Can Do For ADHD Awareness

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Take a class with a coach that has strategies to bring out the best in you and your child. When people make fun of ADHD say, “ADHD is awesome.” or “Why would you make fun of a human being?” or “You don’t know much about ADHD, do you?” Every time someone asks, “Does your child have ADD/ADHD?” say, “Yes, but I don’t believe it’s a disorder. Some of the most creative and successful people have ADHD.” (Michael Phelps, Robin Williams, Simone Biles, and Emma Watson, and so on). Read More

Why is Writing Challenging for ADHD Kids?

Why writing challenging ADHD kids

Writing isn’t easy. Writing well is one of the hardest school skills that we learn. It’s just not straightforward, like math, or relaxing like art. Writing requires effort. This is true, to a certain extent, for everyone. Even writers. For instance, have you ever heard of Math Block or Touchdown Block, or French block? Not likely, but there IS writer’s block. It’s when the ideas are stuck and you can’t access them. Read More