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Having had two teens of my own and advising countless others it occurred to me that the best advice for parents for summer planning for teens is often one that is counter intuitive. Teen years can be full of struggles as kids try to find their place in school, with friends, and in life in Read more » Read more Â»
With the recent abundance of snow in the Northeast comes the frustrated Facebook posts from my friends; “ Cooped up again with the kids” and “Anyone have ideas of what to do now that school’s canceled…again?” Make it a camp day! Start the day out with choices of cereal, cinnamon toast, pancakes and, of course, Read more » Read more Â»
When I was in school many, many years ago I was taught the “5 W’s” of information gathering. We all know them: WHO WHAT WHERE WHEN and WHY. If you answer all these questions you probably will get a complete answer to any issue. If you apply this paradigm to the summer camp search I Read more » Read more Â»
When we were growing up , families learned about sleepaway camps and teen summers by going to a camp fair and calling a camp advisor. While calling advisors like us has always been a mainstay of a camp search, camp fairs seemed to fall out of favor with the advent of the internet. To some Read more » Read more Â»
I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions. I gave up on them decades ago. Instead, my kids will tell you that I am constantly lamenting a list of clichés throughout the year. They shake their heads as I yell things like, “Be in the moment” and “Don’t look back unless you want to go there.” Read more » Read more Â»