Kornelia Robertson

Kornelia is a wife, mother, freelance translator, article writer, and she also works for her local YMCA. In her free time, she volunteers at an equestrian center and hopes to improve her riding skills, learn more about dressage. After she earned a master’s degree in Psychology and another one in Oriental Studies, she worked as a translator and interpreter for Japanese manufacturing companies. Later she started up her freelance business, and now she is able to work mostly from home and spend the better part of every day with her daughter. The YMCA has also been an important part of her life for over ten years: she started out as a summer camp counselor / equestrian director, and now she works mainly in the aquatics department. She enjoys teaching a variety of classes, and truly believes in the core values the Y teaches to every child and all members of the community.

Kornelia is a wife, mother, freelance translator, article writer, and she also works for her local YMCA. In her free time, she volunteers at an equestrian center and hopes to improve her riding skills, learn more about dressage. After she earned a master’s degree in Psychology and another one in Oriental Studies, she worked as a translator and interpreter for Japanese manufacturing companies. Later she started up her freelance business, and now she is able to work mostly from home and spend the better part of every day with her daughter. The YMCA has also been an important part of her life for over ten years: she started out as a summer camp counselor / equestrian director, and now she works mainly in the aquatics department. She enjoys teaching a variety of classes, and truly believes in the core values the Y teaches to every child and all members of the community.

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To Spank or Not?

Monday, February 21st, 2011 by from Blogs
Since the early 1990's, literature on disciplining children has told us to never, ever to spank our children. But in real life, it's not always easy to carry out a no-spanking policy. It is a fairly easy viewpoint to defend, in theory. If you deliberately hurt your children through spanking, you ...

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Realizing You ARE a Good Mom

Thursday, January 27th, 2011 by from Blogs
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