A wise man once said . . .

Your children will become who you are; so be who you want them to be.

Be intentional

...about the way you speak about your body. One mama shares her story of being kinder to herself—thanks to those little ears that are always listening.

Be open

...to becoming one with your yoga pants—even at work. Because when you work from home, you can wear whatever you'd like.

We've debunked 5 popular myths about working from home—like the fact that you won't be as productive. Or that you can't wear yoga pants on a conference call.

After all, yoga pants = productivity, don't they?

Be passionate

What is the true key to reigniting the spark between you and your husband?

Relationship expert Stacey Martino shares two easy steps to reignite that fire in your marriage.

Like #2—date your spouse. Take those yoga pants off, put real clothes on, and allow yourself to be your husband's wife for the evening. Leave Mom at home.

Be brilliant

One of our major #ParentingGoals is to raise our children to become successful adults. Sooo—how do we do that exactly?

The authors of Becoming Brilliant: What Science Tells us About Raising Successful Children share the 6 C's that'll help us guide our children toward becoming the creative, collaborative citizens of tomorrow.

Here's to yoga pants and brilliance—