Education

Ep 29: Teen changemaker Faith Dickinson, handling professional rejection and a book reco

Faith Dickinson is here talking about launching Cuddles for Cancer at the age of nine (!), winning the Diana Award, attending Harry and Meghan’s wedding, how parents can encourage philanthropy and how you’re never too young to make a difference! Cuddles for Cancer on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter Faith Dickinson on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter […] Read more…

Supporting Kids and Adults with Dietary Restrictions: Tips and a Great Cookbook from Amanda Orlando

As a teacher, I have learned a lot over the years about food allergies and intolerances, and I was excited to take a look at Amanda Orlando’s new cookbook Everyone’s Welcome: The Art of Living and Eating Allergen-Free and ask her a few questions too! While I was very impressed with the book, especially the […] Read more…

13 Ways to Waste Less

Waste not, want not – or so the saying goes! While I admit I’m not the greenest gal out there, I’m very inspired by Lara Murray: mom of two, teacher and enthusiastic waste-reducer. I was thrilled when Lara agreed to share some of her tips for wasting less with This Mom Loves readers! (Disclosure: she’s […] Read more…

8 ADHD Facts You Need To Know

“It’s just my ADHD kicking in,” is what a lot of people say when they can’t focus, have too much energy or they become easily distracted. But actually, ADHD is a very serious condition that must be treated by a professional. What are the real facts about ADHD? What are the things you don’t know […] Read more…

Ep 25: Kerrie Hansler from Sweet Reads Box, my thoughts on Girl, Stop Apologizing and why you need nice pictures of yourself

Mom, teacher and Canadian small business owner Kerrie Hansler gives us the scoop on her company, Sweet Reads Box, including the highs and lows of starting a business, how the box contents are selected, and how she fosters a love of reading with her twin boys. You can find more details about Sweet Reads (a really […] Read more…

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