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Christmas 2020: Time for a New Book!

Christmas 2020: Time for a New Book!

We love this holiday!  While Christmas 2020 may be a bit untraditional, we are going to celebrate as best we can. Tis’ the season for the babe in the manager, trees, caroling, and cookies. Thanks to a few special children in my life, there will also be a...
How to Overcome Fear in Life: a Sunday at the carwash

How to Overcome Fear in Life: a Sunday at the carwash

It’s not easy to figure out how to overcome fear in life. It sneaks up us in places where we least expect it to find us. Here’s a humorous take on how a I learned to battle it in the bay of a local carwash. A funny thing happened to me a couple Sundays...
The Humanity of our Heroes; What It Says About Us

The Humanity of our Heroes; What It Says About Us

A power couple in the self-help world recently announced their divorce.  For some reason, it shocked me.  I read the announcement posted on her social media account several times to make sure it wasn’t a hack.  I don’t even know these people.  Why...
The Five Stages of Grief: Quarantine Edition

The Five Stages of Grief: Quarantine Edition

It’s likely you’ve heard about “The 5 Stages of Grief”.  The psychological theory has typically utilized with the loss of a loved one.  It was originally developed based on Elisabeth Kubler-Ross’s studies with patients and their reactions to receiving...
Physical Stress Management: Staying Cool during Quarantine

Physical Stress Management: Staying Cool during Quarantine

How are you doing?  If you’re like my family, we are going into a full month of #stayathome.  For the most part, it’s been a positive experience. It’s not been perfect.  There’ve been meltdowns, messes, and the occasional “mommster moments”. I think the...
The Best Parenting Advice

The Best Parenting Advice

Oscar Wilde once said “I always pass on good advice. It is the only thing to do with it.” This may be the best parenting advice I’ve ever read. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve handed out mountains worth of what I’ve learned. However, I try...