Tag: kindness

Teaching My Daughter About Kindness

I didn’t really have big plans for mother’s day yesterday. I was happy just hanging around doing the same old thing. I went for a run in the morning and decided to head to the Odiyana Center for a Sunday meditation class. Turns out the meditation was specific for mother’s day and focused on remembering

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Look For the Helpers

I grew up in a small Southern New Hampshire town about 45 minutes from Boston, MA.  Growing up, I would travel with my family into Boston often, whether for a day trip to the Children’s Museum, the Aquarium, or just to get a cannoli in the North End.  In college in NY, many fellow students

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“Screaming baby on a plane” meets “The kindness of strangers”

  We fly with the kids a lot. Our four year old just had his 12th plane trip last week, meaning if we count individual legs of each trip, including lay-overs, he’s gone through security and gotten on and off an airplane 26 times. We’ve had our share of hairy moments, but by passing him between

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29 Things I’ve Learned in 29 Years

In no particular order… <drum roll please>   There are absolutely NOT enough hours in the day to get everything you need done. I now understand they saying “A mother’s work is never done!” What works for some, might not work for others. Remember this if you find yourself giving/receiving advice. Truly forgiving someone for

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