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Budget-Friendly Back-to-School Tips for Parents of Teens and Tweens

When your kids were younger, the first day of school was an event they looked forward to. As they grow up and enter their tween and teen years, the allure of back-to-school time fades. They’ve been there and done that plenty of times, and now the transition to the academic year is something to [...]

Budget-Friendly Back-to-School Tips for Parents of Teens and Tweens 2018-10-07T11:21:13+00:00

O’Gara Financial and MindsetGo Partner to Launch New Approach to Corporate Wellness

Woburn, MA – 08/14/2018 – In a move to create more comprehensive solutions for their client’s wellness and benefit programs, O’Gara Financial Group announces a collaborative enterprise with MindsetGo.  O’Gara specializes in all aspects of the insurance and employee benefit space and takes an individualized, tailored approach to enable clients to build benefit packages that [...]

O’Gara Financial and MindsetGo Partner to Launch New Approach to Corporate Wellness 2018-09-12T19:09:34+00:00

To Do or Not To Do…What is your list doing for you?

By Janice Sioui Director of Wellness Do you rely on a to-do list to keep you on track for your daily goals or is it a parking place for everything you want to get done to feel accomplished and productive?  I have gone back and forth for years, trying to find the best fit [...]

To Do or Not To Do…What is your list doing for you? 2018-07-22T10:07:20+00:00

Janice Sioui named Director of Wellness

MindsetGo Names Janice Sioui as Director of Wellness - Brings Innovative Body Mind Bottom Line Program to Companies In a move to incorporate the concept of wellness to complement its array of communication programs, MindsetGo has named Janice Sioui Director of Wellness. Ms. Sioui brings her unique blend of systems expertise and a thirst for [...]

Janice Sioui named Director of Wellness 2018-05-04T13:38:59+00:00

Have You Tried Counting Sheep?

By Janice Sioui Director of Wellness We’ve all been there; tossing and turning, desperately trying to fall asleep or get back to sleep while brewing or stewing about something we can’t change.  So what have you tried?  My husband swears by his pillow, my daughter her fan...are there regular behaviors you can adopt to [...]

Have You Tried Counting Sheep? 2018-07-22T10:07:34+00:00

Talk to Strangers…please?

“Don’t cross the road without looking both ways”, “Don’t talk with your mouth full”, and above all else, “Don’t talk to strangers.” The first two teachings still make sense when it comes to safety and etiquette; however telling kids of all ages not to talk to strangers anymore is no longer black and white. After [...]

Talk to Strangers…please? 2018-01-10T09:08:31+00:00

What Gives?

It seems an awful lot of advice is coming through on what our habits we need to stop or start as this New Year begins. I don’t know about you, but I know what I need to change! So, while I reckon with that, how about we talk about HOW to change the habits or [...]

What Gives? 2018-01-11T20:41:52+00:00

Ever heard anybody recite the line “People don’t change?”

Ever heard anybody recite the line “People don’t change?” Kind of like the line when someone says you get what you pay for! When I hear these lines, I immediately start to wonder if human beings feel that way due to a fixed mindset from bad experiences or disappointment. Making generalizations about all people or [...]

Ever heard anybody recite the line “People don’t change?” 2018-01-10T09:08:07+00:00

A Participation Trophy that Matters

Bashing participation trophies has become a time-honored tradition. It allegedly leads to entitlement and hides our kids and future generations from the harsh realities of the real world. Full-disclosure. I am a parent of three children, long-time coach for 15 years in many sports while raising three kids and the thought of participation trophies was [...]

A Participation Trophy that Matters 2018-01-10T09:07:57+00:00

Talking Out Of School

Your child may be amongst the smartest or best looking in the room, but can they successfully communicate their ideas and thoughts successfully with confidence and purpose? With teenagers relying on texting and social media as their primary methods to communicate, kids are struggling to be confident and effective face-to-face communicators. Parents typically reinforce self-esteem [...]

Talking Out Of School 2018-01-10T09:08:45+00:00