Love by the Book-Part 2

Welcome to Part Two of Love by the Book! If you missed Part One, you can find it here. If you read it last week and took action, I’d love to have you share in the comments how it helped. In honor of love and marriage and to help grow stronger and more satisfying relationships, […]

Love by the Book-Part 1

  In honor of February, the month of L-O-V-E, I am sharing an updated, two-part, version of a post I wrote last year. I have added resources in the hope that you are more easily able to find more successful ways to communicate with your husband.   Did you know that there is an entire […]

Love by the Book

Did you know that there is an entire marriage manual encapsulated within a mere paragraph of a book? Who knew? I suspect lots of folks, and I am just late to the party. In the past few years, I have read these words more times than I can count, and then the realization hit me-woke […]

Web Roundup-Nifty technolgy that connects us

We have rolled right into thick of the Christmas season, with Black Friday and Cyber Monday already long gone from the rear view mirror, eggnog and gingerbread calling our name, and visions of having all our tasks completed early dancing in our heads. You may have your shopping all done and wrapped. If so, I […]

Family Dynamics: Surviving young adult children who move back home

Do you have a Bambocionni, YUCKI, or a Boomerang under your roof? If you have a young adult child who has moved back home, whether an Italian Big Baby, a U.K. Young Unwittingly Costly Kid, or an American Boomerang, you do. Christina Newberry is founder of the blog The Hands-on Guide to Surviving Adult Children […]

Somewhere over the train wreck

When I was a youngster, my dad played the guitar and banjo, and was sometimes joined by a friend who played as well. I always enjoyed listening to them, and was inspired enough to pick up the guitar. Occasionally, when I was a bit older, I would even sing out at public venues with a […]

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