The new school year started last week, and I find myself a little nostalgic. Maybe it’s the fact that my daughter is now starting her junior year in high school, but I find myself wondering if I’m sowing into her life in the way she needs so she knows her value and worth.
Just because your child has finished high school doesn’t mean the learning has stopped. Now it’s time to kick their preparation of how to handle “real life” into overdrive. Let me state that I understand not every child will go to college. These are life skills that apply whether you go to school or not.
Bettye Chapman is no stranger to stretching herself to become the best she can be. Not only did she decide to tackle taekwondo, but she also launched her own business.
How did we get here?
It seems like lately I’m trying to hold back time.
It’s inevitable. One day you’ll look up and your baby will no longer be a baby, but a big boy or girl ready to start elementary school and face the world. While you’re preparing their lunch or helping them stuff their backpack, make sure you’ve prepared them in other ways too.
Dr. Nikaela S. Flournoy is on a mission to make a difference in the in the STEM field, as well as in the lives of her children.
I know summer is technically just beginning, but it’s the perfect time to start preparing your child for next school year. Many students will be transitioning to kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school, as well as college, so I thought it was a good time to repeat my Five Things series.
Author Cassandra Woods wants to help readers live a purposeful life. I recently spoke with her about her book, Rise Up: Keys to Overcoming.
With Father’s Day right around the corner, please join me in praying for daddies and daddy figures.