Latest Blog Posts

  • Keeping It Mindful with Kids This Holiday Season

    Tis is the season to be…. stressed, overwhelmed and busy. Oh no! We are all running around with big to do-lists. Guests are coming, there are parties to attend, gifts to buy, and events at school. Well I say, “ba humbug” to that! Read the full article here.

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  • How To Raise and Empowered Child Mindfully

    “I can be anything that I want to be,” that is what my grandmother told me. And guess what, I believed her! When it comes to raising children, words really matter. What you tell your children becomes their inner voices. My grandmother lived with us. Her room was my sanctuary. She was a painter. And […]

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  • Peaceful Soup: My Recipe for Mindful Parenting

    There’s no rules for raising children and parenting in a loving, kind way despite what your in-laws tell you. They can tell you to do this or do that or even say, “I can’t believe that you’re letting Johnny STILL sleep in your bed.” There’s no clear guidelines or clear ways to raise your kids. […]

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Need a breath of fresh air?
Kathy Walsh has written a series of books that focus on positive thinking. The newly released joyohboy book series helps put balance in our children’s lives that are often over-booked or loaded with screen time. From coping techniques to inspirational messages, these books open a dialog to talk to our children about the things that are important in life.


I read this book together with my four year old. She really enjoyed looking at the graphics while reading through the pages. It gave her a clearer understanding of the message which Kathy was trying to convey through the story. The bright colors used in the pictures and child-like drawing also helped capture her attention while reading through the book.


This book teaches about love in such a beautiful way. The message this book has is one that I’m glad I shared with my boys. This is definitely one of our favorite books. I especially liked the activities that this book has for me to do with my boys that reinforce this great message.