Here in the United States it's that time of year where the camping season starts. I noticed it first last Wednesday when it took me an extra couple of minutes to be able to pull out of the parking lot due to RV after RV and the ensuing traffic that backed up after them. After… Continue reading How to Plan a Successful Family Campout
Statistics show that only 8% of people who make resolutions are successful! However your age could either help or hinder you. Statistic Brain says that 39% of people in their twenties are successful each year at keeping their resolution and only 14% of people over 50. So, how can you keep your New Year resolution? Here are some helpful hints.
Do you need last minute ideas for holiday gifts? Discover some meaningful gift ideas that won't take a chunk of your pocketbook.
Need good, clean books for the booklover on your Christmas list? Need ideas to keep your holidays relaxed? Choose one of these.
Fall is my mom's favorite time of the year. She pulls out her leaves, pumpkins, and scarecrows and decorates the house. Probably because of this background, when the weather turns rainy and cool, I want to go inside and curl up with candles and a warm fire. It's this weather that calls to me for family nights.
Several weeks ago, I wrote a blog about growing old gracefully and whether or not to dye grey hair. The weeks that followed caused me to rethink my thoughts. It started with something simple, face cream.
Death. The word brings fear into the hearts of even the stoutest of people. he subject has been explored by the greatest minds of our time and throughout history. Yet, the fact remains, we face death all too often for our comfort. Never is it a welcome visitor at our doorstep.
This last week, I saw a post about grey hair. The discussion was for women on looking natural and embracing who they were at any age. As the Facebook discussion moved along, I realized the arguments really had nothing to do with the color of hair, but about how each person perceived age and beauty.
From the Facebook posts filling my feed, I understand it's that time of year again. For the past several weeks, I've seen the first day of school photos and been realizing my summer is rapidly winding down. With that in mind, I'm reminded of the conflict that seems to exist between teachers and parents. What can you do to have an amazing school year?
How many of us who are married really understood those vows on our wedding day? Did we truly realize that we were saying we'd stick with this other person until our dying days? If so, why then are one-third of the 2.3 million people being married each year being re-married? The same amount of people being married in the wedding season are on a second or third marriage!