Glendalyn Fodra is a physical therapist, loving mother, and caring wife who enjoys helping others and spending quality time with friends and family. She is known for her leadership and strong work ethics, but she devotes all of her free time to caring for her family and socializing with other Filipino families in Tennessee.
The internet is a powerful tool for a child to have when it comes to researching information and developing skills. However, there is a darker side to the web that children should not be exposed to.
What's for dinner? Sometimes that's a hard question to answer. It's easy to fall into a rut, making the same meals day-in, day-out, or worse: buying expensive convenience food that you don't enjoy.
As a working mother, Glendalyn Fodra, knows all too well the strain a parent can face when preparing a family meal. Between managing her hectic schedule as well as her kids', finding the team to let the creative juices boil in the kitchen is a struggle. Thankfully, Mrs. Fodra has been able to utili...
As with any relationship, a parent-child bond should be nurtured in order for it to grow stronger. With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it can be challenging to find the time to bond. This is especially true for working mothers, such as Glendalyn Fodra, a seasoned professional in the field of physical therapy, who are not only dedicated to creating a thriving environment for their families but are also pursuing great heights within their careers.
Do your days drag along? Maybe it’s hard for you to get up in the morning, or settle down at night, and you’re not sure how everyone else seems to be so full of energy. As an experienced physical therapist as well as a dedicated wife and mother, Glendalyn Fodra not only needs to keep her energy levels high but encourages her patients to maintain a lifestyle that allows them to give 110% during their sessions. While a lack of energy could be explained away as part of a person’s genetic code, t...
When you are feeling down, having a positive attitude can seem light-years away. However, it is positivity that is going to help you overcome your sorrow. If you are feeling down, depressed, or moody, it’s imperative to take a step back from the situation and concentrate on raising your spirit. As a dedicated physical therapist, Glendalyn Fodra believes a positive mindset is crucial, not only in the physical rehabilitative process but in all aspects of life. Without a doubt, making this chang...
Busy schedules and tight time frames can make any parent hesitant in involving their children in cooking family meals. It's far more comfortable and faster for the parents or guardians to make it all themselves, but allowing your child to help has more benefits than many people realize. As a Filipino mother of two, Glendalyn Fodra has plenty of experience in a crowded kitchen and believes food culture plays an important role in the family dynamic, especially concerning children.
Having good communication with your doctor is vital to getting the most out of your medical care. However, many people don't know how to communicate effectively with their doctors. Take it from Glendalyn Fodra, a devoted physical therapist with 25 years of experience in various settings.
You probably already know that one of the best things you can do for your child is to read to them. However, have you ever stopped to consider why this is the case? Research shows that there are many benefits to regular reading time. It doesn’t even matter what type of book it is. It is the act of reading together that stimulates your child’s mind.
Even though you understand how important it is for your health, it can be tough to motivate yourself to exercise regularly. However, if you can find a way to make your workout more fun, it becomes a lot easier to get up and go.
Parents have given their children responsibility around the home for as far back as history can remember. While having their children help with household tasks can decrease the number of work parents have, it’s also a prime opportunity to teach them valuable life skills. Teens especially need those life skills, as they near an age where they will strike out into the world on their own.
Parenthood is a full-time job with no time off. It can be hard to find time in your schedule to work out when you need to run errands or pick up the kids from their various activities. While it may be easier to accept a lifestyle of inactivity, Glendalyn Fodra, a devoted physical therapist with 25 years of experience suggests that you should try to get some exercise in. In fact, regular exercise will boost your energy levels and allow you to take on parenting with vigor.
The problems you face appear to be the most destructive forces in your life. They seem to hold you back from abundance, love, and your dreams. How could challenges be beneficial? Nonetheless, setbacks, mistakes, and other difficulties are the keys to growth and a better life.
Learning how to have a better relationship with your child is not going to be the most natural thing you’ll ever do. Take it from Glendalyn Fodra, a mother of two sons, it takes time, practice, patience, and ultimately making a few mistakes here and there. The parent to child relationship is as delicate as a robin’s egg, and if you plan on allowing that egg to hatch into a beautiful and fulfilling relationship, where both of you soar in creating lasting memories together, you’ll have to watch...
Everybody occasionally struggles at work, whether because of personal problems, low morale, or burnout. Although many companies try to keep a tight grip on intracompany relationships, whether as best friends or in romantic relationships, it now seems that having a co-worker who also happens to be a good friend outside of work might be in the company's best interest.
Hosting elderly family members can present a unique set of challenges, not just because they are the holders of many family memories, traditions, and stories, but they may also have health conditions that are important to consider when menu-planning. Even if they don’t want to talk about it and refuse to ask for special treatment.