Monthly Archives: October 2016

As the economy has continued to challenge our family… we discovered fun and affordable giving ideas. Take our RealMindz unshopping challenge Support a cause – there are thousands to choose from – buy chickens and rabbits for farms in impoverished areas, help to purchase a well – here are a few charity ideas – Salvation […]

With holiday season fast approaching and the hustle and bustle of shopping – here’s an idea to redirect your kiddos and yourself. Stores can be overwhelming with colors and sounds and lights and smells. Children from trauma or sensory issues struggle during the holiday seasons. Here are a couple ideas to build single focus into […]

Do you have energizer bunnies in the middle of the night? First… YOU KNOW YOUR CHILD and his or her needs. For the child who needs to move wear them out – wear them out I repeat – fun and laughter and sunshine and water and dirt and play during the daylight hours. Running and […]

My father captured my energy by creating my “be still” spot and that began the harnessing of my delightfully chaotic energy. My preschool years landed me on an island with an armload of friends living in the rest home next door. They had happy face wrinkles and white hair. On the other side lived my […]

While writing the kids’ sleep tips, I felt that I can’t help sharing a few observations from my real life. I’d love to tell you about the estbalishment of sleep routine for a kid in my family. Hopefully, you’ll find it helpful enought to your in your every-night battles for piece. My 3-year-old son is a […]

How a wild dog taught me how to guide persons to learn new skills with experiential learning. Makone arrived as an 80 lb, 11 month old, kenneled standard poodle filled with boundless energy and brains that had waited months to be turned on. In a blitz he was out of sight, down the road, around […]

Music is healing. Music is feeling. Listen to your soul: what kind of music does it perceive with blissful joy? If you find your healing tune, you’ll have the best remedy ever! If you are able to listen, are empathetic and sensitive to music, enjoy helping others and solving their problems, you may want to […]

TRIBUTE TO GOLDEN MINDZ DEB EVENSEN FOR EDUCATION OF PERSONS LIVING WITH FASD Deb Evensen has been working in the field of FASD education for over 30 years.She is affiliated with NOFAS, the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. For more information visit: nofas.org Pioneer in discovering practical solutions that work for individuals with fetal […]