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During these difficult times, it can be challenging to entertain and engage your kids while they’re stuck inside. Here are a few ideas for fun, educational online activities for kids who have to stay indoors due to coronavirus.

Drawing and Craft Projects

Whether your kids have natural artistic ability or not, there are plenty of online drawing lessons that will let them get started or explore their abilities further than they already have. Just make sure to have plenty of paper and pencils on hand so they can draw to their heart’s content. Online lessons are especially good because there’s no time limit for your kids to complete them.

Music Lessons

While this one may be a l...

February 29, 2020

With the rise of video games, social media, and streaming television, it’s harder than ever to get kids outdoors. However, this excess screen time and limited outdoor play come with serious consequences. Nature-Deficit Disorder is on the rise and causes issues ranging from anxiety and depression to obesity and muscle imbalances. Here are some ways the whole family can get the heavy dose of nature they need to live their best lives:

Understanding Nature-Deficit Disorder

No More "Nature-Deficit Disorder"
Study: Kids Who Spend Time in Nature Become Happier Adults

12 Reasons Why Your Kids Need Playground Play

At The Park

50 Fun Things to Do Outside With Kids as a Family

Hiking wi...

“All good things are wild and free.” -Henry David Thoreau.

I want to go to this retreat because it is a way for me to escape from my day to day reality. My schedule is crazy with dance, school, and different after school clubs. Going to the Rue Farm calms me down and keeps me centered. I feel at peace with myself and one with nature. Every morning when we meditate, I remember how simple life should be and how simple it is at that very moment. I love the smell of damp, cool air in the mornings as the smell of burning sage lingers throughout the farmhouse. Going for walks down to the pool with new friends after breakfast, and sliding down the side of the hammock everyday w...

September 13, 2018

By Dan De Lion and Olga Sher

(editorial support by Giuliana Lonigro)

With summer drawing to a close, the pressure of higher-paced routines will be upon us. The stressors that are triggered as we transition from vacations, beach houses, camps and retreats back to Fall routines, might not be something we want to dwell on. However, it is important to remember that sleeping, resting, and restorative needs vary with each season, and as we transition from one season to the next, we need to take time to nurture ourselves and relax to better tend to our and our children’s changes in mood, habits and energy levels.

In this day and age, it is easy to force ourselves to keep up with...

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