It’s almost spring and I’m itching to see flower buds on plants and experience warmer weather to occupy our time with outside picnics and trips to local playgrounds.
When I used to hear the term “meal-planning” … I would balk at it.
I thought, “I can barely find time to crack an egg for my own breakfast let alone plan out a week’s worth of food for the family!”
Buying clothes and toys for your kids through resale shows, thrift stores, or garage sales has become very popular. Yet some people find themselves hesitant to try buying or selling via resale, for fear of lack of quality or expending a lot of effort for little reward.
Believe it or not, children from across the country and around the globe are experiencing similar types of stress. Factors like living below the poverty line, having dysfunctional families, or experiencing trauma know no geographic boundaries. Left unattended, this stress can negatively affect a child’s school performance, social well-being, and ultimately, their future success as an adult.