Favorite Five: February’s Special Resources to make your life easier
“Favorite Five” things we’ve found this month and want to share with you. These might just make your life easier and we love to help you do just that.
A FREE Online Parenting Consciousness Conference starts tomorrow.
If you haven’t registered yet, click here to do so ASAP.
The conference has a great line-up of talks by some of the most amazing speakers in the parenting/psychology field.
Plus, there is a giveaway with 20+ books and a Kindle Fire HD. Have you signed in already? If not, please sign up today. Just tell them what action you are taking from the conference talks and win a prize! Oh, and please use (hashtag) #PCC2019 so they don’t lose you!
And it is all FREE through February 18th – unless you buy the recording package, which isn’t a bad deal considering you get lifetime access to all talks + several bonuses and it is marked down by almost 50% — till the end of the conference)>
2. Dan and Brad from All Access Life answer FAQs
I thought this was interesting to learn more about Brad and Dan and how they work together using technology and adaptations starting at about [2:54].
opens VALENTINES DAY
Beginning at 9:00 EST on Thursday (that’s today, folks), you’ll be able to visit their website at FamilyCafe.net . Please be sure to register for the largest statewide cross-disability event in the nation!
There is no registration fee for attendees with disabilities or their family members, and LIMITED financial assistance to cover the cost of hotel accommodation is available.
The book opens with these words:
We’re not all the same. Thank goodness we’re not.
Life would be boring, and I mean… a lot.
And so, when we’re born, we’re supplied at the start
with our own bells and whistles to set us apart.
Think of your bells as the things you do best
things tucked away in your own treasure chest
Author and artist, Nancy Tillman, takes a universal truth (learning to love yourself) and makes it accessible for readers both young and old. M
5.From Worry to Winning by Mel Robbins
Mel Robbins created a 12-page guide on helping kids with anxiety. After dealing with her own anxiety for years, and helping two of her children, she has a few tricks that might work for our kids. Just click here to download it and make sure to share it with your kids or kids in your life. They also created a one-pager that summarizes the key takeaways. Print it out, hang it on your fridge, and share it with your kids. Click here to download it.
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