5 Things Mothers Need To Tell Their Daughters

Being a teenager in 2018 vastly different then a generation ago.  The influx of social media and cell phone usage by teens is at an all time high, which is both a blessing and a curse.  Unfortunately teens use their social media accounts, as their primary gauge of popularity and self-worth, which puts added pressure onto parents to ensure they develop confident young adults. But there are 5 specific things that mothers can tell their daughters that will boost their self-confidence and self-image.

Why Kindness Matters

Have you ever wondered why kindness is so important? Has there ever been a time where you thought, “Why does it matter that I be kind to someone else?” In a time where positivity often takes a backseat to the negativity we hear and are presented with on a daily basis, we all tend to ask why kindness truly matters. …

The Invisible Acts

Invisible to the eye, soothing to the heart. Acts of kindness don’t need to be seen to be appreciated. You witness acts of kindness everyday whether you realize it or not. They may be little and hard to notice, such someone holding the door open for an elderly person, someone saying hello when they pass by a stranger or smiling to another person for no …

Teen Guide To Surviving High School

High school is tough, awesome, scary, stressful. . . but mostly awesome. There clubs, sports, dances, friends, relationships and taking pictures that will make you embarrassed to show your children. But how do you survive high school? Well, we found some great pieces of advice from some amazing Teen Advice bloggers and decided to put them in one spot. So …

Spread Some Kindness

Anywhere you live and anywhere you go, random acts of kindness will present themselves. There may be a homeless gentleman on the side of the road, there may be an elderly woman grocery shopping who clearly needs help carrying her things, or there may be a pregnant mom with her hands full who just needs someone to open the door …

Intern Blog: Kindness is Timeless

At the recent Think Kindness parent’s night, Gary Xavier, delivered a speech about family. He covered three realities that families face and what they can do cope with such realities. Today, family is: vulnerable, cohesive, and timeless. His speech really stuck with and got me thinking about my own family, most importantly how my family is timeless. The fact that …

Intern Blog: A Change of Heart

From kindergarten through senior year of high school, I was learning and discovering who I was as an individual. Attending college in the “mainland” taught me a lot about discovering culture, and how culture can affect who I am and become. Growing up in a Hawaiian cultured lifestyle, I have experienced my fair share of those who knew nothing of …