With Spring Break coming up, many kids will miss the routine of school every day. It also may be helpful for them to have some time that they are learning while home in order to keep some of that routine happening.
We all know the importance of taking care of ourselves and finding time to be with our partner. It is not easy to arrange, or even find a sitter, add the fatigue we experience to this, and the couch looks better and better! But, we need to find the time and get some creativity to keep the spark alive. We need to forget that the mess and that some chaos may be there when we get home and enjoy one another for a little while and get out!
Good wine. Good food. Good friends. Great cause!
Purchase your tickets now for the 2018 Ladybug Fund Winetasting and Silent Auction, featuring fine wines from the West Coast and Virginia, along with craft beer from Midnight Brewery. Mosaic Catering will provide dishes including their signature Shrimp & Grits and Zucchini Flatbread.
Written from the perspective of Maggie’s older brother Noah,”We’re Not So Different After All”, is a playful story of acceptance and understanding featuring Maggie Hope, a little girl with special needs. This book helps raise awareness in a colorful and playful manner with a teaching tool to help parents start important conversations with their children.
“Once you have learned to love, you will have learned to live.” – unknown
Add Sunday, June 3, 2018 at 4pm to your calendar! Our 6th annual LIVE ART concert, featuring over 200 students of all abilities, as well as international and national recording artists, is a not-to-be-missed Richmond event! We will announce our guest artist lineup on Monday, March 5 and tickets will go on sale to the general public on Monday, April 2. See the show in style – VIP tickets are on sale now (very limited tickets remaining!).
Looking for more peaceful days and nights?
Amy Reamer, LMFT, RPT of Heart and Mind Therapy Services will be presenting a Peaceful Parenting Workshop on Saturday, February 24, 2018, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM at Tame Your Tiger Brain Training.
This post is not a “pity me” post; it is an observation and thoughts on paper. A checkmark on the life I choose to live.
I use to get invitations to do things with friends on a regular basis. I have many “circles” of friends, from all walks of life and I value each of them. All of them find a way to fill my heart. Some have a longer history, some I share more stories with and some I may know for less time, but most “get” me and the path I follow.
CSz Richmond, a staple of the Richmond comedy community located in the West End, is excited to offer their second sensory friendly performance, designed specifically for individuals with autism and other sensory needs.
A bad cold can make you feel just as miserable as if you had the flu. After a week of feeling awful, many people wonder if they need an antibiotic to get better.
If you have a child who has trouble remaining focused and paying attention, you may discover they have a hard time finishing tasks. This can include things like homework, at-home chores and more. The fact is, this is a common challenge for children who suffer from ADD or ADHD. If you are parenting a child with this condition, you may feel the frustration of what others see as “irresponsible” behavior or “laziness.”