By: Cheryl Maguire I’m not a big fan of New Year’s Resolutions, but I thought I would embrace change this year. As I reflect back on last year, my first thought is, “I survived being a mom to twin teens!” Their fourteenth birthday is in February so this time of year also marks my accomplishment, … More My New Year’s Resolutions for Parenting Teens
By: Deirdre Littlefield It’s a new year, which brings new excitement and intention. I look back on 2017 with fondness, as our family had it pretty good. We worked steady and really didn’t want for much. Our children are healthy and seem to enjoy one another and our family as a whole. Life is … More New Year Resolutions
By: Sandy Churchill As 2016 draws to a snowy close and 2017 lingers on the threshold, the timeless sensation of resolutions comes to mind. As parents, we share a potential spirit of reflection, evaluation, and future promises to do better somehow—to keep doing what is working, for sure, but also to embrace change, improvement, … More Resolutions for Good!
By: Sandy Churchill “‘Tis the season to be jolly” is one of those cute sayings that instantly reminds one of Christmasy songs and Hallmark movies, but wouldn’t it be nice if every day fit that spirit? Imagine if EVERY day provided a reason to be jolly—brimming with grateful moments, smiles all around, and good deeds … More ‘Tis the Season Should Last All Year
By: Jessica Aldred It’s that time of year again! That time of year when we make New Year’s Resolutions we stand no chance of sticking with. We resolve to eat better, exercise more and not sweat the small stuff. However, after giving it some thought, I’ve found that my resolutions this year are much different than … More New Year’s Dedication