Taylor Elisabeth Johnson, MS, BCBA
Taylor Johnson is a board-certified behavior analyst, the stay-at-home parent of two mostly darling children and a bookworm. She and her family recently left Seattle to move to Germany, where she is now valiantly struggling to learn German and to eat European chocolate with every meal.Google+
Parenting Abroad: Reflections on Refugees
Writing from Germany, one American mom shares her experience amid the refugee crisis.
Parenting Abroad: Would You Let Your Kids Go to an Adventure Park Alone?
Do we Americans supervise, hover and schedule because we don't trust our children? Expat Taylor Johnson shares her observations from moving to Germany with her family. Hear about their adventure …
Parenting Abroad: Birthday Parties, Language Barriers and Hurt Feelings
"The stress of planning a party where I didn't understand the cultural expectations almost ruined me, but my husband pointed out that it was Buddy's expectations that mattered and I …
Giving Away Everything: One Family's Story of Significantly Downsizing
Want to declutter? Here are some tips and lessons about downsizing, from a mom who gave away everything. Learn from her family's story of significantly downsiz …
New Year, New You? 5 Practical Tips to Help Your Family with New Year's Resolutions
Start the new year off with a plan by teaching your kids how to set and achieve realistic goals in 2016! These practical tips will help your family with all …
Parenting Abroad: The Magical Christmas Markets of Germany
An American family living abroad experience their first German Christmas markets.
Parenting Abroad: American Kindergarten Versus German Kindergarten
How does kindergarten differ in America from other countries, such as Germany? Here's how moving to Germany and enrolling her son in German kindergarten changed a mom's outlook on academics …