This week we have a conversation with Coach Carl Mattei. Carl is the coach of the nationally ranked Regis Jesuit high school girls basketball team located in Aurora, Colorado. In our conversation we discuss how parent involvement has changed over his years of coaching and what we can do as parents to have positive interactions […]
This week we had the privilege of interviewing Lindsay McCarthy, co-author of Miracle Morning for Parents and Families. We talked about the different elements of a “Miracle Morning” and how they can help improve your life each day.
Today our guest is Sloane Fife who earned a Master of Social Work from the University of Utah and has worked with families as a Mental Health Therapist. She has been married for ten years and has two little girls. Sloane loves to have dance parties in the kitchen with her husband and kids, […]
Today we are talking to Michael Whiteley. He is the CEO and Founder of Bear Butt (an outdoor equipment company that currently sells hammocks, but will soon be expanding its merchandise.). His amazing story, teaches us how we can encourage our kids to reach for their dreams. Here is Michael’s story:
Last year some of our friends went on a trip together at the end of November. On the drive home, we started talking about how much we loved Christmas and comparing Christmas traditions. We decided to come up with a list of everything we wanted to do in December. It was a combination of all […]
Today we are talking to Gretchen Smoot. Gretchen Smoot holds a BS in Business Administration and Economics from the University of Florida and an MS in Economic Development from Utah State University. Since 2006 she has worked in the real estate industry in Utah . She has been with Century 21 Everest Realty Group […]
We are talking today to Molly Claire. Molly Claire is a certified Life Coach specializing in motherhood and offers special programs for newly divorced moms. She focuses on the unique challenges moms face from time management and productivity, to the worries , guilt and overwhelm that can wreak havoc on personal well-being. Molly’s emphasis on […]
This week we are talking to Cheyna Palmer about feeding our kids and feeding ourselves. Cheyna has been a registered dietician for seven years. She works for the Heath Department, in a clinic and in the hospital setting. Most her days are spent taking care of her two kids and getting ready for her new […]
This week on Family Looking Up we talk with author and Professor Josi Russell about literature and its impact on children and families. We explore ways to help all family members to enjoy literature more and how to help use stories to teach and create meaningful conversations with our families.
Thanks for joining us on our very first episode of Family Looking Up. We want to help lift and encourage by discussing all things family. Today we talked about parenting, specifically raising more resilient kids with more teaching and less punishing.
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