Category: Girls

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    The Power of Words

    How many times have you called out, “Be careful!” to your children as they were about to do something risky? Or even something not that risky, but just not what you really wanted them to be doing at that particular moment? It’s almost a reflex, right? Probably because we heard our parents say it to…

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    How to Teach Your Child Gratitude

    When Erin Bried and her then 5-year-old daughter went looking for a cool magazine to read together and couldn’t find one they loved, they decided to make their own. Kazoo is a quarterly print magazine that celebrates girls for all that they are—smart, inquisitive, creative, brave, strong and, yes, loud. Below, Erin shares some simple…

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    5 Ways to Encourage Inclusiveness to Young Girls

    Marisa LaValette, the founder of Happy Hungry Journey, promotes an inclusive environment in her yoga and cooking retreats for women and girls of all ages. She is well-equipped to cultivate connections within a group, thanks to her experience as a middle school teacher. Here she shares her top strategies for teaching inclusivity to young girls….

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    Trying New Things

    Emily-Jean Drevno is the creator and founder of Your Mindful Child, a foundation whose mission is “to positively change the lives of children and their families by illuminating the greatness that exists within them.” With the school year in full swing, many kids are encountering new experiences that might be out of their comfort zone….

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    Athleta Celebrates Day of the Girl

    Day of the Girl is a youth-led movement making sure girls around the world have a voice so they can help influence social change and youth rights. Athleta has always been committed to igniting a community of active, healthy, and confident women and girls who empower each other to realize their limitless potential. We believe…

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    Mom & Me Matching Tights

    Mom’s love to wear tights for everything they do, so we made them for girls too!  See how a few of our favorite bloggers styled their looks to match their little Athleta Girls below. BRIANNE of @strollerinthecity with her daughter, Siella LAUREN of @discodaydream with her daughter, Kiel ADANNA of @rattlesandheels with her daughter, Yara DREA of @ohdeardrea with her…

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    Simple Ways To Get Kids To Be More Active

    Rachael Jezierski, Ph.D. is an athlete, mom, and writer. As a health and fitness writer she seeks to “motivate people to lead healthier, more meaningful, active lives.” Below, she talks about the importance of getting kids interested in physical activity early and gives tips on getting your kids going. I remember being a kid. During…

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    5 Steps to Practice Mindfulness with Your Child

    Emily Jean, Founder of Your Mindful Child, created an easy guide for parents on how to practice mindfulness with their children. Read on to learn how these steps can lead to a happier and calmer home. As an expert in bringing mindfulness into homes, I know that starting a mindfulness practice as a family doesn’t have…

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    5 Breathing Techniques for Your Daughter’s Well Being

    Here at Athleta, helping women and girls realize their limitless potential is what we’re all about. Read on for some breathing techniques that will help your daughter feel calmer, stronger, and more confident, from teacher & mindfulness expert Emily-Jean Drevno of Your Mindful Child. Our breath is a built-in tool that all of us have,…

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