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The Simplest way to Prioritize Parenting: Just Think More About It! by Richard and Linda Eyre

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After one of our speeches, a mom and a grandma came up together and asked us a simple but profound question:

“In this busy world, how do we remember to prioritize our family every day?”

It’s a great question, because we all want to put family first, and we all know we should, but we live in a world where everything else seems to be pulling our attention away.  We are so busy with work, with church, with friends—and the distractions literally surround us and get delivered right into our brains by our gadgets.  All these duties and connections and agendas and apps and social media are “squeaky wheels” and they tend to get the grease—often at the expense of the time and attention we know we should be giving to our children.

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Mrs. Herbert visits with KUTV Fresh Living 12-7-2017

The holidays are just around the corner and we wish you and your family lots of joy and happiness!

Mrs. Jeanette Herbert visits with KUTV's Fresh Living to talk about family traditions and how they can really help build a strong bond between generations that will last a lifetime.  

 

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Mrs. Herbert receives Titan Award from Sandy Chamber of Commerce

We are so pleased to announce that Mrs. Jeanette Herbert, Uplift Families Founder and First Lady of Utah, received a Titan Award from the Sandy Chamber of Commerce!

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Mrs. Herbert received a Titan Award from the Sandy Chamber of Commerce

 

 

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A Purposeful Father: My Dad's Time by Logan B. Reid

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I always knew I had a great dad; I was cognizant of that from an early age. My confidence in that knowledge grew as I got older, and my friends started making comments about it. So, I always knew I had a great dad, but I didn’t understand the science behind what made him so good. All I knew is that he cared about me. And I knew he cared about me because he spent his free time with me, …all of it. I mean, all of his free time. He was a very busy guy, with many jobs and responsibilities, but every second he wasn’t working he was with me.

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Get the Parenting Advice You've Been Looking For

Don't miss First Lady Jeanette Herbert at the 2017 Uplift Families Parenting Conference!

Tickets are sold out, but you can catch the Facebook Livestream here.

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Nicholeen Peck: Why Today's Kids are Entitled

Don't miss Nicholeen Peck at the 2017 Uplift Families Parenting Conference!

Tickets are sold out, but you can catch the Facebook Livestream here.

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Dan Clark: Motivating Our Children

Don't miss Dan Clark at the 2017 Uplift Families Parenting Conference!

Tickets are sold out, but you can catch the Facebook Livestream here.

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Kimberly Giles visits KUTV's Fresh Living

Don't miss Kimberly Giles at the 2017 Uplift Families Parenting Conference!
Click Here to purchase your tickets today!

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Disagreeing Appropriately by Nicholeen Peck

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One of my followers once asked me this question: "My kids LOVE being able to disagree appropriately, but I don't want them to do it EVERY SINGLE TIME!  They are smart and have good reasons for wanting to do things a different way, and sometimes I am very happy to let them change our direction.  But I don't like taking the time, quite frankly, to listen to their opinion every single time I ask them to do something they don't want to do.  Suggestions?"

Don't miss Nicholeen Peck at the 2017 Uplift Families Parenting Conference!
Click Here to purchase your tickets today!

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Nicholeen Peck visits KUTV's Fresh Living

Don't miss Nicholeen Peck at the 2017 Uplift Families Parenting Conference!
Click Here to purchase your tickets today!

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