Share Your Fear

Share Your Fear

Activity for Girls to Help Identify and Address Fear Halloween stirs up lots of excitement. It also has a tendency to stir up fear. This month is a great month to spend time together to talk about what might be making girls feel afraid. The following is an activity...
Recipe for CHANGE

Recipe for CHANGE

If you notice that your child has learned that teasing, taunting, or excluding other students is not only “okay,” but considers this behavior as normal–this is what you can do. To reframe your child’s belief system you need to: -Get her to...

Code Red

I am a mom, an aspiring entrepreneur, and a volunteer mentor. One day a week I have the pleasure of meeting with an amazing high school student who earns a full scholarship through the mentorship program by maintaining good grades and meeting with me regularly...

Who is Smarter? Girls or Boys?

Malek Abu-Jawdeh and Shwetlena Sabarwal took on this very issue in a blog post in 2017. In it, they explore the gaps in myths and perceptions about gender. These gaps have existed at least since the Victorian era. The question is are any of them true? Girls outperform...

Improving Your Relationship with Your Child

Building and maintaining strong relationships with children is essential in today’s society. Being able to connect with them in a world with so many barriers to meaningful communication can make it difficult. While there is no formula for establishing a strong...

Great Financial Literacy Programs for Kids

Free tools and resources “Many parents do not approach the subject of financial literacy for kids because they lack the confidence themselves.” Thomas Henske, partner at Lenox Advisors in New York. His advice? Learn together. The biggest stumbling block is...