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Sara comments on office romances and their impact on people and the workplace.
London Mayor Matt Brown and Deputy Mayor Maureen Cassidy have come forward as having had an office affair. Mayor Brown is taking a leave of absence, and Cassidy has stepped down.
Tasha Kheiriddin and psychologist Sara Dim...Listen to Office affairs, in wake of London Mayor and Deputy Mayor
Sara comments on quitting ones job to be a stay at home momRead Should you quit your job to be a stay-at-home mom?
Sara offers advice if you feel guilty for always “losing it” with your kidsRead Help! I’m Always Losing It with the Kids
Article in Parents Canada about screening screen time – beginning with our own. How too much screen time may cause us to miss out on learning from each other.Read Why screen time needs to be screened
GoodLife Fitness blog about random acts of kindness – how they impact you and others.Read Acts of kindness: Relationships with fellow human beings
Sara chats with the Motts about the hype around prom and whether or not teens should work during the summer months.
Segment begins at 10:43.Listen to Prom & the summer months
Download Learning through play: how to keep kids brains active during long breaks from school
In this podcast Sara Dimerman chats with Michael Gibben.
Over the course of this episode you will learn more about:Whether parents’ concern about their kids’ brains going to mush during long b... Listen to Learning through play: how to keep kids brains active during long breaks from school
On days such as Mother’s Day and my birthday, my children often ask “What would you like? What do you need?” The truth is that I want nothing more than I already have. Another technological gadget or piece of jewellery does not fulfill me in the same way that creating memories with...Read What’s most important in life?