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Are The Terrible Twos Real? A Letter From The Director Of Selling & Telling!

I’ve been on the MySuperFoods team for two years (you can read my letter from when I turned one here).  So this year, when I asked Katie and Silvia if the terrible twos were a real thing…They both said yes. I knew I was asking the right people.  But what is it? Katie said: “It’s INDEPENDENCE. It’s the I CAN DO THIS attitude.” I stopped. I smiled. Why? Because I’m 27 and I feel that exact way. I’m dabbling on the line of I can do it on my own, but please tread lightly behind me in case I fall. I’m getting frustrated over certain things and now expressing it. I’m fully mobile and communicating with everyone around, so I need a bit more guidance and some defined boundaries.

I know Silvia & Katie have done this before (x2 or 3), but I’m sure I’m giving them different emotions than those SuperKids…and all I can say is THANK YOU! Thank you for choosing me to be the person you mentor.

  • Thank you for the constant reminder that I’m part of something much bigger than what I can see around me. Our food system is broken, and I’m so excited to be a small part of a big change. I’m also contributing to a greater cause. Our social mission to end child hunger in the US really keeps us moving forward. I don’t care if I sell 1 single case to a new store. The most rewarding part of this adventure is watching our contributions grow. We’ve now donated over 75,000 meals to local food banks and shelters across the US. That’s something to be proud of.
  • Thank you for being so dedicated to helping me grow within this company. You both treat me as an equal, but understand that I need reassurance and guidance. In your individual ways, you’ve praised by accomplishments and brought my weaknesses to light. You’ve each pushed me to dig deeper, work harder, and stand taller. I’m happy to admit my faults, and work toward better practices. I know I need to work on my organization and follow up skills. But.. my relationships are stronger, and I think my pitch is getting better with each expo. 
  • Thank you for giving me an opportunity that has developed into a deep passion. I never imagined myself being so motivated to learn about healthy and mindful eating. I’ve most certainly never pictured myself negotiating sales—and today, I wouldn’t want to be doing anything else. I thrive on the rejection, and get super happy over my wins. I love the early morning merchandising trips. I love periodic sales reviews. I love setting up for expos, and then standing for 8 hours straight. I’m very lucky to be excited about going to work each day… especially rainy Monday mornings. 
  • Thank you for embracing my creative side, my millennial thoughts, and my need to talk ideas out. I know my ideas aren’t always practical, but I genuinely appreciate how you both listen. Within a small company, I can imagine it being hard to make employees feel like you’re being heard. You two let me talk. I might not always feel like I’m adding value. But, I always feel like you appreciate my most outrageous ideas– even if it’s just for the sake of knowing that I’m still thinking about the brand. You’ve refined more than just my palate.
  • Thank you for the small moments of eye contact and heartfelt hugs that make me feel like my mistakes were just part of the plan. Each time I feel like I’ve dropped the ball, I’m reminded that this is a learning process for all of us. But, it’s the recognition of mistakes that make me work harder and the empathy that comes from the both of you that makes me want to continue growing. I’m blessed to have found two friends in my bosses. 
  • Thank you for being your authentic selves every single day. On good days and bad days, your true selves are present. What I adore most about this team is the laughter. Not a single day in the office is boring. And, then when we’re forced to be together for 4 straight days (I love expo so much) we really compliment one another. I love that. You’ve both taught me to never waiver from what I believe in, trust my initial thoughts, and keep an eye on the bigger picture. You’ve both made me a better version of myself, and I can’t wait to see what the next few years bring.  I’m incredibly grateful to be on this rocket ship with the two of you.



Here are a few memories I’ve captured this year:

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 This was the first time I saw MySuperCookies at TARGET near my house. I was so excited, I told everyone in the store about them. The manager still calls me “The Cookie Girl.” I’ll take it.

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After Expo West, Silvia and Katie sent me to Whole Foods in the Pacific North West. I drove around Portland, OR and Vancouver,WA for two days. I fell so-in-love (so so so in love) with Oregon. I’m so happy to have been able to travel by myself– I came back more confident, with a clear mission to work hard enough to be able to go back.


This SUPERTEAM spent a day at the Food Bank of NYC. We love their partnership, and couldn’t be happier to have prepared lunch and dinner meals for these families. It was a humbling experience, that really made me appreciate our social mission. If any of our SuperFriends have a local foodbank in their area, we’d love to donate! Let’s talk. You can also contribute to our virtual food drive here.

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This is what happens when I sit down to eat, and they tell me it’s okay to write on the table. I’m always excited to bring out my inner child–and an opportunity for free advertising!

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We Make A Life By What We Give…Our Contribution to Ending World Hunger

When you think of orange what comes to your mind? For us, here at MySuperFoods we think of ending child hunger.

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  • 1 in 5 children in New York City relies on a soup kitchen or food pantry to eat.
  • 1 in 5 seniors in New York City relies on soup kitchens and food pantries.
  • Nearly 605,000 or 1 in 6 women in New York City rely on soup kitchens or food pantries for their next meal. (Stats are taken from

It’s that time of year again folks! September is dedicated to Hunger Action Month. Food Bank for New York City is celebrating it’s 10th annual Go Orange to End Hunger Relief! We are happy to say that we have partnered up for the last 4 years with NYC Food Bank in our social mission to end child hunger in the U.S.

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On September 17th, specifically, the SuperTeam will join New York in volunteering and donating to this great cause! It is so important to us to give back to our community and our country that we strongly believe in- and every little bit counts. It feels super rewarding to be able to be a part of something that is constantly making strides to better the the overall community. We are thrilled to grow our partnerships across the country and commit ourselves to continue this growth as we make and distribute more MySuperFoods products.

So now, here is our Call to Action from our Followers!! There are so many ways that one can donate to their community- even the smallest ways count.  Just a donation of $1 to NYC Food Bank can provide for 5 meals. Not only does NYCFoodBank dedicate a day within the month to “GoOrange,” but Feeding America does as well! On September 3rd, Feeding America asks for support in joining to end world hunger. As part of our commitment, we would like to pay it forward and keep the good deeds going!

If you’re looking into donating some of those extra cans or boxes that we always have in the pantry, click here to find the nearest Food Bank Donation Center. Listed below are a few other opportunities that MySuperFoods has participated in:

We are always looking for new ways to give back, so if any of our followers have any other suggestions we would love to hear from you guys to unite in ending hunger in the U.S!

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A Letter to Parents for Back-to-School

Two years ago I ripped out a letter written by Vicki Glembocki in Parents Magazine.  TWO. YEARS. AGO.  Because it resonated with me then, when my little girls were only in preschool.  My two years moved quickly and now it’s resonating even more.  So here I am, one week away from sending my girls to kindergarten, rereading these beautiful words.  This great advice.  And really, it pertains to many back-to-school families.  From kindergarten to college.  The message being…breath.  Go easy on yourself. And them.  You’ve done well and they are okay.  Every one has their own journey and this is yours.  You can’t do it for them, so relax.  Enjoy the ride.

Here is the letter.

Dear Kindergarten Parents,

Take a deep breath.  I swear, you won’t get a call every day informing you that your child has run out of the classroom screaming “Mooooooomy!” Even if you get this call just once, like I did, it will make you feel like a bad parent for not adequately preparing your offspring for the rigors of school.  Don’t fret: The transition to kindergarten can be tough on everyone.  To get through, you may need to do some very hot yoga.  Your child? She probably just needs a good midday snack.  So pack good snacks. (Editors note: I think MySuperCookies and MySuperSnacks more than satisfy this request)

If you ever forget to pack a snack, you will never hear the end of it.  Ever.

From here on out, in this age of uber-efficient technology, your most significant communication with your child’s school will probably happen in a two-pocket folder that your 5-year-old brings home each day.  When there is a note for you in the folder – a permission slip, a reminder to send in box tops, a request to man the Pick-a-Pop booth during the pumpkin fair – fill it out right away.  Touch paper only once.

Keep in mind that some kids will start kindergarten not knowing how to read a single word while others will be reading chapter books.  Kids typically level out in second grade, so stop Googling “reading tutors”.  Seriously.  Step away from the computer.  Now.

Assume that everything you say or do at home may be repeated to the kindergarten teacher.  If not spoken, it can most definitely be drawn, and when the teacher offers to help write a caption for the picture, you child may say, “Mommy’s Wine With Olives.”

Whether or not you work outside the home, do not feel guilty if you can’t attend all of the many daytime events you’ll be invited to, such as “the 100th Day of School Party” or “Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Party” of the four-minute Halloween parade.  Yes, it’s special for your child when you are there.  But if you’re always there, it could stop seeming special.  Be involved as much as you can – it keeps you in touch with your child’s activities and it’s good for you.  You’ll meet the other parents whom you will likely be seeing at Back-To-School night for the next 13 years.  You will make friends.  Good friends.  So bring a batch of brownies to the next PTA meeting and be nice.

Prepare yourself.  This year, your child may come home from school with a wad of tissue in her hand and when you open it up you’ll find a teeny baby tooth inside.  You will realize, maybe for the first time, that your child now has a life that you will not always be a part of.  And you will feel very sad about this, and also very happy, all at the same time.  So do what I did: Take another deep breath, pour a “wine with olives,” and whisper to yourself, over and over: “Give her wings.”

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It’s the REAL DEAL..Chocolate Chip Cookies **Recipe**

Cookie monsterATTENTION COOKIE LOVERS: yes, we’re talking to you, and your friends, and especially your kids… Here at MySuperFoods HQ, we’re huge fans of cookies (duh!) We’ve found the very best homemade chocolate chip cookie recipe, and we’re very excited to share it with you. We’Danielle Walker coverve made GLUTEN & DAIRY FREE chocolate chip cookies taken from Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain that everyone in our office is raving about. They’re super soft and filled with dark chocolate chunks. They’re also quick to make, with clean ingredients…they’re right up our alley!

So, here’s my spinKatie's cookies on Danielle Walker’s recipe. I chose to double all of her ingredients which are listed below, so that I knew I would have enough cookies for everyone I wanted to share with. I also chose to use Dairy Free Chocolate Chips (Enjoy Life Brand), which is what makes this recipe dairy free. Danielle Walker’s recipe is gluten-free, so I figured why not make it dairy-free as well!

Mid-day pick me up. Dessert after dinner. Snack time at school. Late-night sweet tooth lovers-These cookies will surely satisfies anyone’s tastebuds!

I promise you, you won’t be able to have just ONE. 

Real Deal Chocolate Chip Cookies


1/2 cup palm shortening

2 eggs at room temperature

1/2 cup coconut crystals

4 tablespoons honey

4 teaspoons pure vanilla extractChocolate Chip

3 cups blanched almond flour

4 tablespoons coconut flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

1 teaspoon sea salt

1 cup dark-chocolate pieces (dairy free)


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Place the shortening and egg in a food processor and process for 15 seconds.
  3. Add coconut crystals, honey, and vanilla extract. Process again until combined.
  4. Add the flour, baking soda, and salt and process for 30 seconds.
  5. Scrape down the sides and pulse again if necessary to fully incorporate the dry ingredients.
  6. Stir the chocolate in by hand.
  7. Use a large tablespoon to scoop balls of dough, placing them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Lightly press them down to flatten, making disks about 1/2-inch thick.
  8. Bake for 10 minutes, until the cookies are browned around the edges. Cool on a wire rack.
Recipe is taken from Against All Grain: Danielle Walker
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Snack Attack: How to Recharge to Right Way

Hi MySuperFoods Blog Followers,

I’d like to introduce myself as a new blog member to the MySuperFoods Team. My name is Lauren and I’m interning here this summer! I’m so grateful to be a part of such an amazing company and to be able to gain the experiences I have thus far.

Today we’re talking snacks. And no, not chips and candy types of snacks, more along the lines of healthy, recharging our energy types of snacks.

I always feel better when I eat healthy. Whether it be waking up ten minutes early to whip up some egg whites or sticking to actually eating my salad that I brought with me to work- there’s no doubt that what I consume throughout the day has an effect on my work ethic and my mood as well.

But, where I really need to reign myself in is through my snacking habits. Walking into the kitchen looking for a mid-day or sometimes even mid-night snack can be dangerous, and we all know it! For me, it’s all about learning that there is always a healthier option out there.

A recent article taken from gives us plenty of easy, yet nutritious quick-fixes for snack ideas. Not only are these ideas perfect for kids as an after-school snack, but ideal for adults too!

1. Peel a banana and dip it in yogurt. Roll in crushed cereal and freeze.

2. Spread celery sticks with peanut butter or low-fat cream cheese. ants on a logTop with raisins. Enjoy your “ants on a log.”

3. Stuff a whole grain pita pocket with ricotta cheese and Granny Smith apple slices. Add a dash of cinnamon.

4. Mix together ready-to-eat cereal, dried fruit and nuts in a sandwich bag for an on-the-go snack.

5. Smear a scoop of frozen yogurt on two graham crackers and add sliced banana to make a yummy sandwich.

6. Top low-fat vanilla yogurt with crunchy granola and sprinkle with blueberries. yogurt parfait

7. Microwave a small baked potato. Top with reduced-fat cheddar cheese and salsa.

8. Make snack kabobs. Put cubes of low-fat cheese and grapes on pretzel sticks.

9. Toast a whole grain waffle and top it with low-fat yogurt and sliced peaches.

10. Spread peanut butter on apple slices.

11. Blend low-fat milk, frozen strawberries and a banana for thirty seconds for a delicious smoothie.

12. Make a mini-sandwich with tuna or egg salad on a dinner roll.

13. Sprinkle grated Monterey Jack cheese over a corn tortilla; fold in half and microwave for twenty seconds. Top with salsa.

14. Toss dried cranberries and chopped walnuts in instant oatmeal.

15. Mix together peanut butter and cornflakes in a bowl. Shape into balls and roll in crushed graham crackers.

16. Microwave a cup of tomato or vegetable soup and enjoy with whole grain crackers.

17. Fill a waffle cone with cut-up fruit and top with low-fat vanilla yogurt.

18. Sprinkle grated Parmesan cheese on hot popcorn.

19. Banana Split: Top a banana with low-fat vanilla and strawberry frozen yogurt. Sprinkle with your favorite whole-grain cereal.

20. Sandwich Cut-Outs: Make a sandwich on whole grain bread. Cut out your favorite shape using a big cookie cutter. Eat the fun shape and the edges, too!

21. Spread mustard on a flour tortilla. Top with a slice of turkey or ham, low-fat cheese and lettuce. Then roll it up.

22. Mini Pizza: Toast an English muffin, drizzle with pizza sauce and sprinkle with low-fat mozzarella cheese. english muffin pizzas

23. Rocky Road: Break graham cracker into bite-size pieces. Add to low-fat chocolate pudding along with a few miniature marshmallows.

24. Inside-Out Sandwich: Spread mustard on a slice of deli turkey. Wrap around a sesame breadstick.

25. Parfait: Layer vanilla yogurt and mandarin oranges or blueberries in a tall glass. Top with a sprinkle of granola.

Snack Ideas taken from

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**GUEST BLOGGER** Innovative Dinner Party Decor Ideas (With Kids)

We’re happy to welcome Rudri Bhatt Patel from to share some fun ideas for dinner party plans for moms while keeping the kids in mind. 

Throwing a dinner party is a fun way to entertain family and friends. For those evenings including kids, you want decor to reflect a festive, but child-friendly vibe. Try these decor ideas the next time you entertain adults and kids at your dinner party.

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Create a Kid-Friendly Centerpiece

Make a statement with a centerpiece on your table. It will serve as a focal point
for your guests. Try a vase with a fresh-cut roses, lilies or flowers which complement a particular theme. Add some ivy to accentuate the flowers you choose. If your goal is to entertain the kids while the adults engage in conversation, place an art-themed centerpiece in the middle of your table with Guest Blog 2crayons, markers and sheets of plain paper or coloring pages. While the kids are making their masterpieces, adults have the option to mingle and talk with others.

Experiment With Table Settings

Guest Blog 3Place butcher paper and chalk as the base of your table. Kids will love drawing or playing tic-tac-toe with these two items, while adults will feel tempted to return to their childhood by also doodling too. If you opt for a more adult centric table setting, provide placements with puzzles on the front – kids love to play crossword puzzles and other games as they wait for dinner. To include kids and adults in the mix, why not teach an etiquette lesson to help them learn which fork and spoon to use during a meal containing several courses.

Use Martini Glasses to Accentuate Your Table

Martini glasses are a great way to display trinkets around the table. Depending on the theme of your party, fortune cookies, sand, candy or beads will take your table to the next level. If older kids are joining the Guest Blog 4party, place a single floating candle in the martini glass to illuminate your dinner party into a magical night experience. If you want to create an interactive tone to your dinner party, provide paint and let adults and kids paint their martini glass – at the end of the night, it is a fun party favor to take home.

Build Party Around a Specific Theme

Theme parties are a fun way to liven up a dinner party. Decide whether the theme will border on serious, festive or somewhere in the middle. With a preplanned theme, all of your decor will work toward highlighting your table in a special way. If it is a Hawaiian-themed dinner party, add Guest Blog 5leis for dinner guests to wear, use a floral table cloth and decorate the table with miniature palm trees and coconuts. For a more kid centric theme, like candyland, use a colorful table cloth, sprinkle candies across the dining space and use the game Candyland as the centerpiece.

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Use Name Cards With an Accessory 

Name cards are practical and decorative. For a more formal party, use
heavier paper and pen the name of your guests on the cards. Looking for a more festive tilt? Pair your name cards with an accessory, like bubbles, candles or even a deck of cards.

Creating a tablescape with adult, but kid-friendly decor isn’t out of your reach. Brainstorm on various themes to find the right fit for your next dinner party!

For more design ideas and inspiration, head to

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Happy 4th Birthday To Us!

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Happy birthday to us!

(You sang along in your head, didn’t  you?  It’s okay.  We loved it)

Impossible to believe, but MySuperFoods is 4 years old today.  We feel like celebrating.

Today we celebrate moving forward.  Feeling scared and doing it anyway.  Feeling proud and complimenting each other.  Feeling unsure and asking for help.  Falling down and getting back up.

Today we celebrate learning.  Constant learning and change and steps backward to take leaps forward.  Constant questions and puzzle solving.  Constant breathing.  (That one’s really important.  Falling over hurts.)

Today we celebrate our team.  Part-timers and full timers and interns.  Family and friends, investors and customers.  Buyers and distributors and in-store demo teams.  Bloggers and editors and social media fans.  Our team is bigger than we know but we KNOW what it’s doing for us.

Today we celebrate our kids.  That afternoon play date just over 4 years ago when we had a fun chat about food.  About the kind of food we wished we saw on the shelves of stores.  Watching the (4) 18-month-olds who played on the floor, not knowing that we were being pushed to do more, to dream big and act on the passion inside.

Today we celebrate that text that Silvia sent Katie later that night…”do you want to do this with me?” And for Katie ignoring the question she next asked Mike, “do what???”

We are so thankful.  This is a dream.

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Family Movie Night: Kids Baking Championship

KB0104_Duff-Hollis-Valerie_s4x3.jpg.rend.sni10colLike many families, we love a good movie night.  Lately, instead of a box office hit from Disney or Pixar, we’ve been watching DVR’s episodes of the Kids Baking Championship on Food Network.  My daughters love helping in the kitchen and I am admittedly tired of the rotation of cartoons that they want to watch so I hoped it would be a hit.

Boy, was it.

We all loved it instantly.  These kids are only 10, 11, 12 years old.  Amazing skill, poise, confidence, humor.  So entertaining and very brave.  I immediately loved that my girls were not only watching a show about baking but also about the amazing things kids can do all by themselves, and sometimes, as in my favorite moment in the series, together.

In this clip, Jackson burns his hand on a pot and Annika comes over to help him finish his task.  Unfortunately, I’ve been trained by other reality competition shows (and life) to wonder, “does  she thinks this will help her chances?”  A minute later, her expression never changing from honest concern for Jackson finishing the competition, I realized, no, she’s just a great kid.  They don’t think this way.”  She gave new meaning to the word competitor, in a way that I’d never be able to articulate to my daughters.

Now, more than ever we play “The Cooking Show” at meal times.  As I sit down I’m often asked (with a twirl of the hand and a motion to my plate) “what did YOU make?” insisting that I explain my dish in a way that is worthy of moving on to the next level.  Fortunately, I know just what the judges like so I can usually describe their favorite dishes with ease.  But I’ll be honest, I do love moving onto the next level as much as they do.

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I Want a MySuperTicket! ***GIVEAWAY***

You might want to come in a little closer for this news, because it’s really fun.  MySuperTickets are out again!  If you were with us last November, we launched our first MySuperTicket contest and had a blast watching the winners roll in from across the country.

This week, we launched MySuperCookies in the cookie aisle at 500 Target stores.  To celebrate, we hid 50 MySuperTickets inside 50 boxes across the country.  In fact, a lucky winner found one in Seattle on the first day we were on shelves!  What did they win? A Target gift card and a CASE of MySuperCookies.

mysuperticketWant to see if we are in a store near you?  Click HERE.

Here’s what you need to do:

1. Find your nearest Target store where MySuperCookies are available.  If there isn’t a store near you, call a friend who IS near a store and have them buy a box for you.

2. Buy MySuperCookies with your fingers crossed.  (Ask for help if you need it.)

3. Once you pay, look inside and see if you are a winner!  If you are…

4. Snap a photo with your MySuperTicket and tag us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and we will send you a case of MySuperCookies.


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When Your Brain Feels Like a Jar Full of Glitter, Shake It Off – Mindfulness For Kids

Anyone who knows me well knows that I have changed a lot over the last 2-3 years.  Not just because of the obvious happenings in my outside life but because of the not-so-obvious happenings in my inside life.  I meditate.  Regularly.  And it’s completely transformed my life.  Those same people who know me well might be getting tired of hearing me talk about it.  But that’s how big it is.  I can’t keep it to myself.

I’ve always been a loyal friend and a compassionate thinker.  I am creative and thoughtful, intelligent and brave.  But I rarely gave myself the credit for it before meditation.  Back then, I was a chronic perfectionist, a worrier, a “finethankyouhowareyou” respondent.  I pleased and thank you’d and hoped everyone liked what I had to think, say, wear, and eat.  Since meditation, I’ve learned to create space between my thoughts and reactions.  To carry empathy in my front pocket.  To go easy on myself and everyone around me.  I still remember the day, over 4 years ago when I was first introduced to meditation and I felt like I was walking with my girls through our neighborhood for the first time.  Except they were over a year old.  Where had I been before that?

The beautiful part of this is that I found it.  Or, as they say, it found me.  The crazy part of this is that it took me over 30 years to get here.  But thank goodness I got here.

Now, as I look at my perfect little kiddos, I try to find little ways to introduce this idea of slowing down, being present and breathing.  Which, ironically, often comes very naturally to children in the first place.  Watch a 3 year old dig in the sand for the first time.  Really watch.  And get comfortable because you might be there for 2 hours.  That’s how THERE he is.

Realistically, in between the wonderful kid-moments, we have our fair share of negotiations, confrontations and sometimes (lately) full on tantrums.  I have been feeling helpless, since I assumed most of this would be over by now.  They are 5 1/2 year old twins.  I keep chalking it up to a growth spurt or being hungry or tired…but who can explain what’s going on with THEM??  Seriously, I want to do better for them and time outs just aren’t making sense these days.

A couple months ago, I saw a short video called “Just Breathe” from a Super Soul Sunday show.   It’s beautiful and simple.  When we feel big, strong emotions, our brains and bodies react similarly.  Chaotic on the inside.  Kids are no different.  Except maybe they aren’t so sure what to do with those feelings all the time.  Here comes the glitter.

A simple glitter jar explains what many of us cannot.  The shaken glitter jar represents our inner turmoil.  Not making the team, losing a best friend, feeling different.  Our responses vary, but can often be or feel chaotic.  Sitting with the glitter jar, noticing the swirling, sparkling flecks of color, then noticing as they settle to the bottom of the jar allows a couple minutes of rest.  A couple minutes to breath in and out, to notice how we feel.  What a great lesson for kids.  And by kids I mean all of us who know, or have or used to be one.

This morning, we made our own.  As we gathered the ingredients, I explained the project’s purpose (since all they thought was “GLITTER!!!”)  I said, whenever I notice that you are starting to feel overwhelmed by emotion and maybe about to make a bad choice with words or actions, I’m going to say “glitter jar” and then just go shake it up and take a minute to relax.

What you’ll need:

Small jar with a secure lid

Colored glitter glue (1/2 of a large bottle or 1 small)

Matching colored glitter (1/2 tube)

Warm water

Add ingredients together and shake to let glue combine.

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Once they are shaken, watch the glitter swirl…

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Then settle…

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