A post recently making the rounds on Facebook lists questions you can ask your children to encourage conversation and get them to open up about their day. One of the questions is: What is one good thing that happened today?
It's a great question... (Read More)
Making new friends is an expected part of childhood. But is it only for children? Of course not. Old friends are wonderful, but making new friends as adults is still important. In fact, an active social life has numerous physical and mental... (Read More)
You can't put a price on love. But on Valentine's Day, it often seems as if that is exactly what some people try to do... as if an expensive gift is the best way to show love. Here's a secret! The truth is that the thought really is what counts when... (Read More)
Have you ever been lucky enough to get the whole house clean, only for it to be destroyed in a matter of minutes by a cyclone (or cyclones) spinning through the house? The struggle is real!
It might be hard to believe as you take in the chaos... (Read More)
In an acrostic, each line or paragraph starts with the first letter of a word or phrase. It’s a simple yet effective way to learn how to express thoughts and sentiments.
As simple as an acrostic is, it can be incredibly effective for helping... (Read More)
William Lamartine Thompson used his considerable talents to write several popular hymns throughout his life, but his story has a surprising entrepreneurial bent.
Thompson first had the idea to sell his songs to other publishers but was only... (Read More)
As adults, we have so much stress in our lives. Some of it, such as bills and work stress, can weigh heavily on our shoulders, while other things, such as trying to decide what is for dinner, are temporary and taken care of in a short matter of... (Read More)
Don't you love it when your kids have a long break from school? It's fun to have them around more. But when the break is over and the kids are back in a regular routine, it can inspire a bit of celebration! Which of these things do you appreciate... (Read More)
“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And you are the guy who’ll decide where to go.” - Oh, the Places You’ll Go by Dr... (Read More)