Online safety is the biggest challenge kids face, after school shootings. Red Clover Reader is on a mission to create a safe online space for children to learn and be entertained. In addition, we focus on materials that teach kids "good values" to accompany them into adulthood such as resilience, compassion, courage, self-confidence, creativity, and kindness. Join us and share your experiences. Share and learn about tips, resources and the latest research on the reality of parenting in the age of the internet!
"Success means many wonderful, positive things. Success means personal prosperity: a fine home, vacations, travel, new things, financial security, giving your children maximum advantages." by David J. Schwartz
A successful life is a compilation of successful months, days, minutes, and seconds, which, in the end, translates simply into a compilation of successful tasks. Your end goal is Happiness, which generally is defined as: Health, Wealth and Love, in that order. You need to maintain a balanced life between the spiritual, mental and physical realms of your being. The main departments of your life to create success metrics in are: health and wellness, personal growth, family, money, career, relationships, and spirituality.
As great material comfort is quite important and legitimate, because you live in a material body. We need to be as much at ease at we desire in order to express our being and potential fully.
Focus on the journey, rather than the achievement. Money is very important in our modern society. However, you should desire money for the sake of it. Desire to accumulate money for its purpose: a means of transaction. No matter how much of it you desire to possess, keep money in its right place. Always remember money is a good servant but a very poor master. So, what is your definition of success?
"Success is something you attract by the person you become." by Jim Rohn
Use this space to share your thoughts, ideas, opinions, challenges and aspirations about raising the first generation of children who are growing up in our digitally enhanced world. No beating around the bush, just put it plainly!