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Podcast: How Hectic Are Your Mornings?

February 7, 2013 | Happiness Matters Podcast | 0 comments

Tips for a peaceful and easy morning routine

Rona and I are frequently asked how parents and caregivers can make morning routines go more smoothly. It’s pretty common to have a lot of stress, and even yelling, as we try to herd our children out the door for school or daycare. Rona reviews her best tips for making mornings more calm and less trying for everyone.

Please check out my podcast with Rona Renner either here on the Greater Good website, or here on iTunes. Happy listening!


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