The Journal

I was raised on and off by my Obachan (Japanese grandma). I grew up with the culture and the customs throughout my childhood. In her “Japanese room”, as I grew up calling it, was a shrine with images of framed...
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If we are ever going to achieve change, we have to talk about all of it. We have to get comfortable feeling uncomfortable. We have to tell all of history, including the ugly parts.  How does this important hard work...
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Getting kids to eat healthily can be easier said than done. Poppy started off as a great eater and slowly has become pickier as she gets older. Sometimes I can’t keep up with her flip-flopping of liking something one day...
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It’s all ghouls and goblins at our house!! One of our favorite parts of Halloween is the pumpkins. From carving to making pumpkin seeds, we use the entire pumpkin. It’s a great reminder to reconsider what is really waste. So...
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A conversation is a simple act that we perform daily, multiple times, and most often, it’s a need for information to get from point A in your day to point B. Until I started Bright Littles, conversations with my daughter...
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