By: Martianne Stanger No one in this world is perfect. Certainly, I’m not. I make mistakes, and so do my children. Thus, learning how to own up to wrongs, apologize for them, and move on with life in positive ways is important. In our home, we’ve developed a three-step model for righting our wrongs. Admittedly, … More 3 Steps to Righting Wrongs
Change is something many people struggle with. You are engulfing yourself into the unknown and that anxiety can take our well-being for a spin. When trying something new or debating on a life choice change, realize that anything that happens is in your control. … More Don’t Be Afraid of New Beginnings
By: Heather O’Neill Saying our family supports the hometown teams is an understatement. My husband is an avid Boston sports fan and due to proximity, my boys are both following in those footsteps. My youngest son (8) has become obsessed with all things Red Sox since last Spring. Luckily for him, the Sox won the … More Taking in a Game at Fenway Park
We visited DC last week and came across the famous Rosie the Riveter image in various forms of merchandise. To think that it took a world war for the world to realize the potential of women. … More The Power of We
We all know that family matters; but when your kids are grown that is when you really begin to understand it. … More Family First
By: Sandy Churchill The phrase “time, talent and treasure” is not something I grew up with—but I hear it as a mom all the time. In church, scouting, schools, and myriad community circles, it is a great way to capture the types of “pitching in” to make our communities work. Treasure is the easy … More Helping Others Helps You!
By: Kathleen Blandin With Spring here, many of us start to put our minds in Spring Cleaning mode; we think about what has to be done, what we need to dig out from years prior and what things that we own that we hope we can find. Eight years ago, shortly after meeting my … More Lost Can Be Found