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Less is More: How to Parent the Simple Way


Apr 19, 2018
07:00 PM until 08:30 PM


Registration Closes: Wednesday, April 18th

Denaye Barahona is the voice behind Simple Families--a blog, podcast, and community helping mothers to thrive through simple living and minimalism. She holds a Ph.D. in Child Development and specializes in Family Wellness. Her work has been featured on the Today Show, PopSugar, the Huffington Post, and Parenting Magazine.

If you are like most families, life is busy. You spend so much time shuffling kids from one activity to another. It often feels like we are trying to do everything and be everywhere all at once. Of course, with the best of intentions--we want to give our children all the tools they need to be successful.

But what if less is more when it comes to raising kids?

Join us to chat about why we need to hover less, schedule less, buy less, referee less--and our children will flourish as a result.




View map DayDreamer Studio
@ The Yellow Monkey Antiques
792 Route 35
Cross River, NY

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