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Mindfulness for Kids Summer Camp: Session Two

This summer camp (for kids ages 5-10) offers simple, playful ways to introduce kids to the basics of mindfulness. Mindfulness is nothing other than present-moment awareness, an open and friendly willingness to understand what is going on in and around you. When children learn to be mindfully present, they’ll have the tools they need to deal with stress, sleep better at night, improve concentration, increase self-confidence, creativity, and compassion. And above all, they learn to be kind, to themselves and others.

Early bird pricing: $150

After May 1st: $200

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Mindfulness for Kids Summer Camp: Session One

This summer camp (for kids ages 5-10) offers simple, playful ways to introduce kids to the basics of mindfulness. Mindfulness is nothing other than present-moment awareness, an open and friendly willingness to understand what is going on in and around you. When children learn to be mindfully present, they’ll have the tools they need to deal with stress, sleep better at night, improve concentration, increase self-confidence, creativity, and compassion. And above all, they learn to be kind, to themselves and others.

Early bird pricing: $150

After May 1st: $200

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5 Easy Rainy-Day Activities for Toddlers

5 Easy Rainy-Day Activities for Toddlers

Summertime in Atlanta means afternoon heat, unexpected thunderstorms, and tantrums from my toddler when he hears he can’t go outside right now. Fortunately, we’re prepared–and so are you! Here are 5 activities for toddlers that are easy, require very little prep or clean-up, and free because they use what you already have at home. We’ve […]

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A Plan for Summer Reading

A Plan for Summer Reading

I know, it seems it is a lifetime and a half away…but we all know how this goes. One day it’s Spring Break and the next the kids are OUT FOR SUMMER. Panic sets in about plans for camps and activities. Honestly, any type of entertainment and/or a time filler.   But, as moms, we also […]

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15 Reasons to take your Kids to Noah's Ark - Atlanta's OTHER Zoo

15 Reasons to Take Your Kids to Noah’s Ark: Atlanta’s OTHER Zoo

If you haven’t heard of Noah’s Ark, the non-profit Educational Sanctuary for exotic and farm animals in Locust Grove, you have no idea what you are missing. This beautiful 250-acre property is home to over 1,500 animals. Most of them are brought to “The Ark,” by the Department of Natural Resources, zoos, educational institutions, and the general […]

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