The secret? Let your kids get bored.
A month into the shelter-in place order, Anna Edwards hit a wall. She had been working from home with her kids out of school, and her oldest child was diagnosed with ADHD. [...]CONTINUE READING
Typically around this time of year, you wouldn’t be surprised to develop a runny nose, cough, or even a fever. You’d likely assume you just have a cold. You might grab some over-the-counter medication, hydrate, get a good night’s sleep, and [...]CONTINUE READING
To help you set attainable goals this year, Amazon Care is offering a new, three-week Habit-Building Challenge. Each week, you’ll receive an email detailing how to select habits that are attainable, set reasonable expectations for change, and find new ways to hack your mind for long term impact. [...]CONTINUE READING
For two Amazonians — Jacque Themel and John Alaimo, both active leaders in health and wellbeing affinity groups — Seasonal Depressive Disorder, or SAD, is an annual occurrence. Here, we spoke with them to learn more about the condition and how others can find ways to feel upbeat in the long winter months. [...]CONTINUE READING