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The Art of Getting the Kids Outdoors in the Los Angeles Area

The Art of Getting the Kids Outdoors in the Los Angeles Area

Our family is very fortunate in having cousin Hannah, the matriarch of the family, turn 92 recently.

Hannah’s four children are now in their 60s and her grandchildren are now having children. Our littlest cousin and her newest great granddaughter, Sloan, was just born a few months ago. One of the mantras that Hannah has always … Continue reading

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Gingerbread Workshop Featured in The Beach Reporter

A gingerbread workshop took place at the Manhattan Beach Art Center Sunday, Dec. 9. The event, hosted by ArtToGrowOn, provides art enrichment programs to a number of public and private elementary schools, city parks and recreation programs, nonprofits, Terranea Resort, Sony Pictures and more.

According to Lauren Perelmuter, founder and president of the organization, some of … Continue reading

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A Commitment To Play

A Commitment To Play

As we kick off 2017, what a great opportunity to renew our commitment to the Art of Play. Our culture is filled with “busyness”…classes, homework, the driving to and from and more. I know that the intensity of the school year no matter if your child is in preschool or middle school is just jammed packed with “things to do”. I myself needed a little reminder of making sure I was not overscheduling my own two boys so I read again Abraham Maslow’s quote, “Almost all creativity comes from purposeful play”. I was incredibly inspired.

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The Mindful School Year Ahead

The Mindful School Year Ahead

Happy Fall! September is here and we are off and running towards another school year filled with academics, activities, sports, tutoring, and more. Each and every year I dedicate my fall column to my personal promise of not over scheduling my own two boys and this year is no different. Balance is the key and being mindful is of the utmost importance.

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