Welcome to our collection of useful links, books, and other sundry knowledge!

For Parenting resources, check out:

Articles on healthy boundaries:

And here’s the book on boundaries Julie likes:

Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend (Note: This book is by Christian authors and has a Christian take on boundaries. If that’s not for you, there are other great books out there. I just happen to think this one has a lot of great real-world examples.)

On Identity:

On advocating for your child in a school setting:  (Official website for The IDEA Act- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act)

Looking for some ways to share the load, or just start talking about it, see:

How to effectively schedule chores, including age appropriate chore chart, by

Chore War: Household Task and the Two-Paycheck Couple By Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D.

For when you’re prepping for the arrival of that first child, see

And if you’re just curious about how you fit into overall demographic trends, check out this 2015 report from the Pew Research Center, Raising Kids and Running a Household: How Working Parents Share the Load

On Technology and Kids

FBI Website Page for kids:

Informational Graphic:

Internet safety tips for tweens and teens:

Tips for monitoring kids’ social media use:

For writing resources, we love: challenge yourself to write the novel inside you – in 30 days!

For mental health resources:

health  (The Recovery Village)

For info on caring for aging parents:

Don’t forget to check with your city and county. Many offer reduced or free services for senior citizens – including transportation and household help.

On revising your work:

7 Strategies for Revising Your Novel

Writing Resources

How to Revise A Novel

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