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Interview with Jojoebi

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Here’s another interview with my friend Jo- she’s the secret love child of Martha Stewart and MacGyver. Jo interviewed me exactly one year ago when the first book came out so it was fun to reconnect with her. Check out the link and you can also win a free signed copy of the upcoming, “You Are Made of Stars” for international book giving day.

 

Yoga for Kids is the #1 New Release in Children’s Fitness on Amazon.com!

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I can’t stop smiling. Yoga for Kids reached #1 in new releases for Children’s Fitness on Amazon and the book isn’t even out yet! Thank you, thank you, thank you for all of your support to help make this a dream come true.

Now, more than ever children need tools and resources to focus, find their inner and outer strength, and live wholesome, happy lives. And it’s never too early to start!

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International Book Giving Day: February 14th!

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International Book Giving Day is coming up on February 14th! It’s a great way to take the romantic holiday of Valentine’s Day and make it more about spreading the love to everyone.

It’s a great time to go through all of your books and decide:

  • What should I read next?
  • What have I read that I can give away?
  • Is there a special book for a special someone that could use this message right now?

Then donate the books you no longer need to your favorite, school, library, women’s shelter, etc.

It’s also a great day to purchase a book as a Valentine’s gift and write a special inscription inside for your beloved.

The International Book Giving Day website has all kinds of freebies, ways to celebrate, and you can download printable bookmarks here.

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The ABCs of Emotional Intelligence

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More and more evidence is coming out regarding the importance of social and emotional intelligence and its correlation to success later in life.

NPR’s Morning Edition has a great report on how schools are integrating programs starting as early as preschool and kindergarten.  The programs are expensive, but a critical investment in the future.

It’s pricey, but it does cost less per child than juvenile detention or rehab programs later on, according to Dodge. As a society, we spend a lot on remedial services — programs like PATHS are preventive, he says. “This is something that in the long run will save dollars.”

Listen to the full story here.