Top Carolinas Orthodontic Professional Kerry White Brown Shares How You Can Be the Change In Your Family By Improving Time Management With Your Kids
Dr. Kerry White Brown, an esteemed Orthodontist with nearly 20 years’ experience, publishes a new article explaining how it can change the life of you and your children when you improve time management together.
Columbia, South Carolina — July 29, 2016 — Carolina Orthodontist Kerry Brown White recently published a new article “Be the Change: How You and Your Kids Can Improve Time Management Together.”
In the article, Dr. White Brown explains how – when it seems like there is too much to do and too little time to do it in – the only helpful answer is likely to improve your time management. She adds, “With better time management, you can usually get more accomplished and feel less stressed in the process.
She goes on to add, “Of course, teaching your kids how to use time wisely is important too-for you and them. It gives them an important life skill and allows you to manage your time better too because you will all be ‘on task;’ together.”
From there she gives several age-appropriate tips for helping your kids (and you) improve time management quickly and easily.
To read the full article on the how you can change the life of you and your children by improving time management together, see: http://whitebrownsmiles.com/be-the-change-how-you-and-your-kids-can-improve-time-management-together/
Dr. Kerry White Brown has been setting the standards for delivering high quality orthodontic care since 1998. After receiving her undergraduate degree from Benedict College she attended Howard University College of Dentistry, where she received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree and completed her orthodontic specialty training.
She is a member of the American Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontists, Southern Association of Orthodontists, South Carolina Association of Orthodontists and the North Carolina/South Carolina Damon® Study Club. Dr. White Brown is a native of Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina. She and her husband have two sons.