(Note: This post contains affiliate links; if you click on a link and buy something, I’ll get a small portion of the sale. I only recommend products we already know, love, and use ourselves, there’s no increase of price to you, and it’s just a way to pay for the time I spend putting off my chores by blogging about things I love!) Zen Shorts by Jon J. Muth is one of my favorite ... Read More about Book Review: Zen Shorts
My kids are getting old enough to stay up a little later on New Year's Eve. Some of them might even make it to midnight this year, though some will be asleep long before that. I love all the ideas out there of fun ways to spend those hours on New Year's Eve. We will probably play some games and maybe watch a movie. But I figured those hours will give us plenty of time to ... Read More about Meaningful New Year’s Eve Activities
My son came home with an assignment from school to create a presentation on his family culture. Little did I know that this project would turn into a great opportunity for reflection for me on how we are spending our time as a family and what is most important to us. It's an exercise I would suggest that all families do from time to time and could be done as a family with older kids or ... Read More about What’s Your Family Culture?
Make some thing fun and sweet for snacking or gifting: Lemon White Chocolate Popcorn. ... Read More about Recipe: Lemon White Chocolate Popcorn
I was listening to a podcast a while back and the guest told the story of Paul McCartney writing the song, "Let it Be". The gist of it is that his mother died when he was young and one night he had a dream of her coming back to him and speaking "words of wisdom" that brought him a feeling of peace in a hard time. At the time, I was struggling with one of my children who was arguing ... Read More about Whispering Wisdom