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3 Ways to Feel Better Right Now

I must confess: the past two weeks have been really hard. As the days get shorter, darker, and more dreary, the long winter ahead is …

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Managing Kids’ Screen Time During the COVID Pandemic

“I can’t monitor my kids’ screen time during a pandemic!” It’s a sentiment that I’ve heard dozens of times since March, and maybe you have …

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The Remote School Survival Guide: A Little Peace, Ease, and Joy in 2020

This has been a WEIRD year. While there are a multitude of different challenges facing us all, one of the most difficult transitions for families …

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Executive Function Training

Establishing a Foundation

In the Remote School Survival Guide by The Chicago Family Tutor, one of the core components of developing a healthy and strong household framework is …

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How to Embrace a Slower Pace for the Holiday Weekend

As the holiday weekend rolls in, families around the country have made plans to unwind and spend time with one another. This weekend is often …

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Q&A With Danielle Elise, Founder and Chief Community Officer of the All Black Creatives Foundation

Danielle Elise is the Founder and Chief Community Officer of the All Black Creatives Foundation. She’s passionate about the art of the gathering and designs …

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Parent Coaching

How to Encourage Independence in Your Children While Remote Learning

As the school year switches from in-person to almost completely online, many parents are settling into the realization that they’ll need to be far more …

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Executive Function Training

Adjusting to Change With Intentionality

It’s no secret that this year has offered more simultaneous fluctuations than what many people have experienced in modern history. The work, home, and social …

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Parent Coaching

Tips to Navigating the New School Year

By far, 2020 is surely a year for the history books. Every element of our lives, even things that felt intrinsic and inherent to our …

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