Tag Archive: authenticity

Jan 25

Authenticity through Consensual Living

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Welcome to the January 2013 Authentic Parenting Blog Carnival: Authenticity This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Authentic Parenting Blog Carnival hosted by Authentic Parenting and Living Peacefully with Children. This month our participants have written about authenticity through character, emotions, and establishing authentic communication with their children. We hope you enjoy this …

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Jan 09

Authentic Parenting Blog Carnival January Call for Submissions: Authenticity

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After a month off for the holidays, the Authentic Parenting Blog Carnival is back with renewed energy! We hope you enjoyed last year’s carnival topics. We have some new and exciting topics for 2013. APBC goes live on the Last Friday of every month and submissions are due on the previous Friday. For January 2013, …

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Dec 13

Simplifying the Holidays

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Welcome to the December Mindful Mama Carnival: Staying Mindful During the Holiday Season This post was written for inclusion in the Mindful Mama Carnival hosted by Becoming Crunchy and TouchstoneZ. This month our participants have shared how they stay mindful during the holiday season. Please read to the end to find a list of links …

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Dec 05

Honoring Belief and Authenticity during the Holidays

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Before my husband and I had children, we discussed how we planned to handle various aspects of holidays. We aren’t Christian and don’t celebrate Christmas, so it only seemed natural to me that we wouldn’t bring the commercial aspect of Santa Claus into our home for the Solstice. It wasn’t something I would miss. Not only …

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