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A new year has begun, and thus new goals. While some goals quickly fall to the wayside, others have a little more staying power. Each year I create a list of intentions. Some intentions are more typical resolutions, while...
It was January 1st, and like everyone else, I was feeling gross from all of the holiday indulgences. Also, like everyone, I wondered if I should start a diet program.    Only this time, as I went to do research on...
For most people, February 14th is spent celebrating Valentine’s Day with the ones they love. What a lot of people may not know is February 14th is also the day that some families celebrate the ultimate act of love,...
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My Corona Lessons

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Almost two years ago, I was texting with my cousin (who is a doctor), asking her if this coronavirus thing was really worth canceling events. Looking back, I feel completely ridiculous even having asked that question now.   In that time,...
  From time to time, finding ways to love yourself and show yourself compassion again may prove to be a little difficult. For some, learning how to show yourself compassion and love can be one of the hardest concepts to...
February is American Heart Month.   Honestly, I don’t think I’m ready to talk about it … but the 13th marks 14 years. It’s easy to remember because it is sandwiched between my sister’s birthday and Valentine’s Day. I was in graduate school...
  We know you probably feel inundated by information regarding COVID-19 and it can feel overwhelming and exhausting. We’re right there with you. But now that we’ve shared more about how vaccines can help prevent severe illness from COVID, here...
Are your New Year’s resolutions just not sticking?   If you found yourself a few hours, a few days, a few weeks into January 2022 with a lofty (or not so lofty) New Years Resolution, and you panicked, I’ve got you.    If...
  No one could have predicted what our lives would look like two years after the world shut down in March 2020. Our initial hope was that life would return to normal by summer. And then maybe by fall. And...
As we continue to navigate living through a pandemic, the warning sounds are growing louder regarding our children’s mental health.  In October, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Children’s Hospital...

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Serendipity Labs | Kids are Not Coworkers

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    No need to worry about the leftover Cheerios on the kitchen table seeping into your laptop mouse or the dog whining to go outside. Being...