This year, my daughter and I set a goal: the 52 Hike Challenge. Every week, we’ll try to get out together in nature for a hike.
Outdoor play in the winter is so great for kids. Learn how it can even help keep our children healthy throughout the colder months of the year.
Boost your family’s health with these simple nutrition hacks, perfect for busy schedules.
If you want to support an active environment at your child’s school, here are a few things you, as a parent, can do to help.
Eating the right foods can give kids the energy and stamina they need to perform. Check out these simple—and tasty—tips for fuelling young athletes.
Research shows that kids have been feeling more anxious in recent years. Learn why and what parents can do to help.
Kids get an average 6 to 8 colds per year, affecting their energy levels. So, should kids be physically active while sick? Read this article to learn more.
WeThe15 aims to end discrimination in sport and help increase access to assistive technology for athletes with disabilities.
It doesn’t have to be difficult to keep your kids active in the summer! These printable resources will keep them moving and having fun.
Kim McMullen created Girl in the Wild to empower teenage girls, help them find their inner strength, and develop confidence.
As kids fall into sedentary behaviors and engage less in active play, they lose much of the strength and stamina needed to be active.
Before sending your kids into school for the day, consider starting it with some movement! Here are some suggestions for a fun commute.
Screen time doesn’t always have to be sedentary. These apps and websites will help keep kids engaged and active.
Not only professional athletes face mental health issues. Learn what to be aware of when it comes to your child, sports, and mental health.
Getting a good night’s sleep is so important for us. Something that’s helped my own sleep, as well as my son’s, is yoga.
After you give birth to your beautiful new baby, this advice will help you through the challenging first few weeks of new motherhood.
Self-care isn’t just face masks or smoothie bowls. Check out these simple ideas for how parents can take time for self-care during the day.
The past year has been tough. National Health and Fitness Day is one opportunity to celebrate physical activity and move to feel good!
Living through a pandemic has exposed us to chronic unpredictable stress. Here’s how you can help care for yourself and your mental health.
New parenthood is tough, and the pandemic has only made things more challenging. These strategies will help you cope with the baby blues.
Through Trips for Kids Ottawa, Cat Weaver is doing something special for her community: teaching youth how to ride bikes.
One little habit can lead to big changes. Here are some ideas for tiny mindfulness habits you can try with your family.
The director of a new B.C. program that prescribes nature time shares what people have to gain from time spent outdoors.
Parents, if you’re feeling burnt out, here are some simple ways you can add self-care into your day—no special equipment or guru required.