Category: Impact Parenting

How To Transform Fussy Picky Eaters into Happy Healthy Eaters: With Ajita Seethepalli

Has the dining table become your daily battleground? Dealing with young picky eaters isn’t easy. To get kids to eat a well-balanced home-cooked meal, happily, we unintentionally hone their negotiation skills. When we provide any distractions at mealtimes, such as videos, toys, or even books, we encourage them to multitask while eating.  “Food is a [...]

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SuperBottoms UNO: Build an Eco-Friendly Family Culture with Cloth Diapers

The digital world has empowered consumers with a sea of information. This has brought about a paradigm shift in the consumer’s buying trend, opening the gateway to conscious consumerism. Consumers worldwide have realized that the consumption patterns today will leave a big carbon footprint on the planet. The last decade, more so since 2017, and [...]

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Meenakshi Kapoor: How an Interior Designer Became Insta-Famous in Just a Year

Everybody can shop, but not everybody can create an aesthetically pleasing environment with their congregated collectibles. The creativity bug is a gifted, prized possession that very few can highlight on their menu of talents. Finding the right outlet to channelize this creative energy can be painstakingly challenging. But once you find your fit, the future [...]

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Lisa Pieper

I cannot thank you enough for supplying these talks. I am a special education teacher, PreK-6th grade, in Montana, USA. I am so grateful to have instruction and insight from so many experts available to me. Thank you also for providing the links for follow-up questions and diving deeper into their areas of expertise. This summit will make a difference in the way I approach
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