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Essential Routines is a Clean Age series where we break down the key information you need to know about daily habits.
Your armpits are a perfect incubator for stink: They’re hot, dark, and they’re a site of toxin-elimination for your body. A clean, dry routine can help you stay fresh and healthy.
“I’ve never been a mom before,” I admitted to our seven year-old.
She laughed, “Of course you have.”
No other job in the world comes with such weighty responsibility and so little training. And, just when you think you’re on a roll, those small humans grow, change, and start new chapters with a different set of challenges.
There comes a time in every kid’s life when they begin to take care of themself. It’s typically around age eight or nine, and with this new responsibility comes a whole host of smells and questions. And, it’s easy for...
Keep it casual. Make the conversation easy and natural. If you feel awkward, so will they. Car conversations seem to go well. Try starting there. Keep it real. Talk about your own experience and habits. Kids love to know...
Be a good listener. What’s important to kids may not be what’s important to you, and that’s okay. Practice listening without distractions for 30 minutes a day. You’ll be surprised what you find out about their hopes, fears, friendships...