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Parenting Pathway #147: Boost Your Child’s Immune System

Parents naturally want healthy children, and boosting their immune system offers important protection. Foods containing protective nutrients are the key! Are you aware of the immense difference nutrition makes to your child’s immune system? Babies are born with underdeveloped immune systems. Through interactions with other children in daycare and grade school, children are continuously exposed […]

Provision #489: Meet Amy Haas

Laser Provision We’re taking another break this week from our series on Optimal Wellness to introduce you to Amy Haas, the newest addition to the LifeTrek Coaching staff. In the weeks ahead, you will be reading Amy’s thoughts on the Life-Work Equation as she shares her wisdom on what it takes to juggle the demands […]

Parenting Pathway #148: The Life-Work Equation

It seems like I have spent my entire adult life in search of work-life balance. In reality, I didn’t give much thought to balancing my life in relation to my work until I had something that demanded all of my time not spent working or sleeping. What is that something you ask? In my case […]

Parenting Pathway #149: The Support Factor

No one does it alone. There may be those who stumble through life, abandoned by family, shunned or scorned by peers and colleagues and who die completely alone. I doubt, however, that they would consider their lives enjoyable or successful. We•ve all heard the speeches. What do Oscar winners, Miss America, Masters Champions, Nobel Prize honorees […]

Parenting Pathway #150: The Measure of a Life

All my free time lately has been consumed with a couple different projects that have wrapped up this month, so I’m hoping to write about a few more factors in the Life Work equation next month. In the mean time, I want to share a poem that I wrote in honor of my parents’ 50th […]

Creativity Pathway #124 & Parenting Pathway #138: Creative Communication

Recently, a client was expressing frustration and anxiety about his relationship with his toddler. As many parents have experienced, a toddler’s greatest struggle is between the desire for independence and the desire for safety and comfort. All the while, most toddlers do not yet have the words with which to communicate their intense emotions. Such […]