Category: Julie Anderson

  • Teaching at Home? How to Deal with the Possibility of Schooling from Home!

    Teaching at Home? How to Deal with the Possibility of Schooling from Home!

      Are you a parent who is panicking at the prospect of “Distance Learning” or needing to homeschool your child or children? Or maybe you are already teaching school at home and are looking for some practical ideas to help you be more successful? Fret no more! Brain Lady Julie is here to share some […]

  • Use Your Brain in Business, Part 1 ~ How the Brain Communicates

    Use Your Brain in Business, Part 1 ~ How the Brain Communicates

    There are five main factors that make up our brains. (1) Nurture, the environment you were brought up in, your parents, your siblings, etc. (2) Gender. (3) Your introversion – extroversion – amberversion level. (4) Your brain quadrant dominance or your BQD, which we will discuss in the second part of this blog. (5) Your […]

  • Positive Parenting Tips: Help to Foster the Brain Power of Your Child

    Positive Parenting Tips: Help to Foster the Brain Power of Your Child

    How does your kid react to getting a bad grade in school? Does he freak out or take it in stride? Now, what was YOUR reaction the last time your child brought home an unfavorable grade? Did you get upset or walk your child through it calmly. Perhaps your kid/kids don’t care about grades in […]

  • Can What You Eat Effect Your Thinking and Mood?

    Can What You Eat Effect Your Thinking and Mood?

    Have you ever gone through an emotional experience where you’ve said, “That makes me sick to my stomach.”? Or get excited or anxious about something and feel butterflies in your tummy? Do you trust your “gut feelings” or intuition? There’s an easy answer to why this is…the very real gut connection to the brain. We’ve […]

  • Music Therapy & the Brain

    Music Therapy & the Brain

    Music Therapy is defined as the use of musical experiences to address non-music treatment goals, such as pain management and anxiety. The field of study began in the 1950’s after the end of the Second World War. Musicians realized the therapeutic effect that music had on the soldiers they visited and it was quickly realized […]