True to form, on my way to work, my coffee spilled all over the front seat of my car. This was just a confirmation that the ravens had jinxed my day…
You don’t need a degree to be an expert; if you’ve built up credits through the school of hard knocks, you’re prepared to help others.
This past season I set the intention to try new things — a way to face my fears, open my mind and maybe take some risks.
A rich community is not built by seeking only like-minded people, but rather seeking a diversity of traits which brighten and deepen your own.
Understanding the shifting balance of familial influence as we age allows us to more fully embrace quality time with loved ones.
It is our nature to want to help those in need, to advise and suggest… but sometimes the best support you can offer is to simply hear them.
We are not a society that practices or values patience; but what have we lost in our pursuit of instant gratification?
I love to learn about people, their likes, belief, and desires — and believe we can all benefit by stretching out of our conversational comfort zone
After successfully raising her children into adulthood, one mother now faces a new challenge — how to be a parent to adult children.
Finding balance — physical and emotional — is a natural state of being at all life stages, but with age and responsibilities, it requires conscious attention.
Once fearing the void of silence in her life, one woman learns to embrace it, inviting in new sounds, thoughts and perspectives.
Incorporating service into her family life helped one mother teach her children the profound importance of helping one another