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Kate Smith

Easy Tips to Overcome Procrastination
February 24, 2023

Procrastination often gets a bad rap. It is viewed as lazy, having a lack of organization, poor prioritization, or bad time management. But sometimes the pressure is what motivates someone to get the work done. Others have their thoughts...

How to Have Productive Discussions (Not Arguments!) with Your Child
July 25, 2022

Every parent has been there: You start with what seems like a simple request or question, and then, suddenly, you are in a screaming match with your child. How did it escalate to this? First and foremost, remember who...

What Is a Highly Sensitive Person?
April 12, 2022

The definition of a highly sensitive person is someone who experiences acute physical, mental, or emotional responses to stimuli. Although HSPs share characteristics with shy, introverted, anxious, depressive persons, those with Sensory Processing Disorders, and empaths, it is as unique...

A Personal New Year’s Resolution
January 14, 2022

This is the time of year you will see “FREE first month…” for gym memberships, diet plans, and any other subscription-based service. Every company wants you to start off the new year with them for a “New Year, New...

Keeping Routines Through the Holidays
November 8, 2021

Last school year, kids were constantly wondering if they would be in the school building or learning virtually. Teachers and parents spent the beginning of this school year fielding the questions of what will this year look like? With...

Managing Stress: Part 2 – Know Your Limits
July 2, 2021

Today’s society seems to value being busy, sometimes even overwhelmingly so. Do you know someone who tells you about all the places they had to go in one day? All the errands they ran, going back and forth because...

Managing Stress: Part 1 – Getting Organized
July 2, 2021

Stress can be difficult to manage. We try to make time for things we enjoy, like hobbies, spending time with friends and family, or traveling. But even those activities can be stressful when our schedules are already packed. Sometimes...

Self-Care isn’t Selfish
March 12, 2021

As we reach the year anniversary of a time filled with confusion, fear, anger, and loss, we are all wondering how much longer we can handle what 2020 brought us. When can we safely gather with friends and family...