Every spring it’s the same thing. I walk through the house and decide it is time to purge. I do a complete overhaul of each and every room, examining what I truly can’t part with and the practical stuff we need vs the items that just sit and collect dust or never get used. I generally feel pretty good once it’s all done. Still, the process can be a hard one. In January, CADDAC (Centre … Continue reading Bogged Down in Clutter?
Teachers and parents alike sometimes struggle to find tools that help children develop their social skills. Let’s face it, these are skills that many of us take for granted. For a lot of us, social skills come easy. We jump in and out of conversations, we can read people’s faces and body language and we can understand when people are being sarcastic or sincere in their tone. For those that struggle with social skills, it’s … Continue reading Let’s Work on our Social Skills