What’s One of the Most Important Things to Teach Your Children?

By: Martianne Stanger As a long-time homeschooler, people often ask me what I think is one of the most important things to teach children. Without question, a term I borrowed years ago from Montessori-style schooling is my answer: Practical LIfe Skills! The one thing I am the most happy that I continue to teach my … More What’s One of the Most Important Things to Teach Your Children?

National Endometriosis Awareness Month

By: Dr. Tanvi Maharaja March is National Endometriosis Awareness Month, a common but often misdiagnosed condition that mostly affects women of child-bearing age. This condition is characterized by endometrial (inner lining of the uterus) or endometrial-like tissue deposits located outside of the uterus, usually in the pelvis, but occasionally elsewhere too.  Literature suggests that tissue … More National Endometriosis Awareness Month

Raising Leaders

By: Dr. Tanvi Maharaja “… and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Leadership comes naturally to some, while others need a little honing of skills, and some have talents that are best nurtured through following in the lead of a strong hand and a discerning eye. The world as we see it today definitely needs … More Raising Leaders

You’ve Got Mail!

By: Sandra L. Churchill Call it the Pride and Prejudice-loving, timeless romantic in me, but there is nothing so endearing and charming as a hand-written letter. A note of encouragement, get-well card, or just-because friendship letter, thoughtfully penned and snail-mailed, is such a testament from one human to another that he or she matters. The … More You’ve Got Mail!

My Dear Aunt Mimi

By: Cheryl Maguire Everyone wishes they had an Aunt Mimi. Somehow, I was lucky enough to have one. She was the type of aunt that would not only attend all your major life events, like your graduation and wedding, but did so donning a pantsuit, long before Hilary Clinton inspired #PantsuitNation. She even wore one … More My Dear Aunt Mimi