Guest Blogger: Karen Mitchell

Guest Blogger: Karen Mitchell
Karen Mitchell is a mom, wife, friend, and in general, a lover of life in Bozeman, Montana.

Recent Posts

Frazzled to Calm: Steps to Help You Slow Down

November 19, 2013

About a year ago, while driving to meet a friend for coffee, I was racing across town, a bit late and a lot frazzled, actually more like frantic. When I arrived at the coffee shop, I was like a crazed maniac searching for my friend. Once I found her, I dumped, actually more like blurted out all the reasons why I was late, why I was frantic, blah, blah, blah. Basically all the reasons why I was not present to her. She was kind enough to just look at me and smile and take it.

Posted in Emotional Intelligence & Fitness

Open House, Open Heart

November 06, 2013

“Upon entry I feel peace and acceptance! Congratulations on your beautiful new location.” —A “Love Note” left at the Heartmanity Open House

Posted in Our Heartmanity Classes and Events

The Art and Power of Letting Go

October 30, 2013

I have always been fervent about journaling, even way back in late elementary school. May pages were graced with wise eleven-year-old words on friendships, activities I was involved in, and a lot about horses. Through my teenage years, my journal pages were filled with musings on my day-to-day events, (more on horses), and boys. College years brought more pages filled with my day-to-day struggles, and reflections and ideas on my feelings, and reflections on the inner workings of my love relationships. I continued to journal like this until I was married, and had a baby. Then my journaling [...]

Posted in Emotional Intelligence & Fitness

Learn Positive Parenting with Redirecting Children's Behavior Class

January 11, 2013

Children's behavior can be frustrating and challenging for parents. However, with a few parenting skills and a little insight, you can learn to redirect your child's behavior lovingly and firmly. I did just that.

When my son was a toddler, I can vividly recall taking him to an open gym event in my town. These events were set up by a local parenting support group to give parents an opportunity to get out of the house, with children in tow. The kids could play, run around, socialize in a new space, which was a lifesaver for me during the cold Montana months.

Posted in Perfectly Imperfect Parenting

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