Month: January 2016

“Read it again, Mom!”

I’ve been a professional educator for over 25 years, teaching Kindergarten, preschool, and students in the Education department at UVU. I’ve taught these delightful students how to foster reading and writing with children birth through 6. Here is some of my cumulative knowledge and experience in a KSL online news article.

http://www.ksl.com/?sid=37200737&nid=1009&title=read-it-again-mom-enhancing-the-parent-child-reading-experience&s_cid=queue-1

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4 New Year’s Resolutions This Mom Can Keep

Parenting is hard. Keeping New Year’s resolutions is also hard and it’s one more thing to make me feel guilty about what I’m not doing. Resolutions about parenting usually involve not yelling so much at the kids or packing healthy school lunches rather than junk food. By January 14th, I’m losing my temper and sending the kiddos off to school with chips and cookies.

Rather than losing those 10 elusive pounds, here are five resolutions I can keep. It was published in For Every Mom on Wednesday, December 30, 2015

http://www.foreverymom.com/5-new-years-resolutions-moms-can-actually-keep/#.VoVzAWptp04.facebook

Better Relationships in 2016

I was interviewed for a Wall Street Journal article called “Look Ahead: 4 steps to better relationships in the new year” in the Tuesday, December 29, 2015 edition.

Here’s a link to the online version:

http://www.wsj.com/articles/look-ahead-four-steps-to-better-relationships-in-the-new-year-1451324689