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Posted under Parenting
04/19/2018
Are You Ready to Have Kids? Perhaps you and your husband have been married for a little over a year. You both want children but want to know when is the best time for us to start trying? Is there ever really a best time? Most of your friends already have children, and you're starting to feel as if you should get started a little sooner than later... More >>

Tags: Education, Finances, Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Values
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Posted under Relationships
04/19/2018
Three Things Everyone Needs and Why We Will Do Anything to Get Them So often we find ourselves trying to figure out why we react a certain way to situations, or better yet, why others react the way they do. At times, understanding our own actions is hard enough, let alone trying to understand the actions of others... More >>

Tags: Education, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships
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Posted under Work at Home
04/10/2018
Dealing With Fear In A Startup Business At the end of the day, any entrepreneurial venture involves a certain amount of risk. No matter how much research and due diligence you do, no matter how much 'tire kicking' you do... More >>

Tags: Education, Finances, Job, Stress, Tips, Values, Work from Home
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Posted under Parenting
04/10/2018
Inspired to Make More than Lemonade: How to Explain Charity to Your Children ...'What's a charity?' they both asked. It felt difficult to explain, and I weighed my words carefully. My children have seen homeless men and women on the street, asking for money, food, etc. Each time we give money and each time my husband and I carefully try to explain why it is that some people go without the basics that we are so fortunate to have... More >>

Tags: Education, Finances, Motherhood-Fatherhood, Parenting, Tips, Values
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Posted under Tip of the Week
04/10/2018
More Taste, Less Waist: The Mindful Eating Observation Game We can have a lot of mindless habits around food. Mindlessness can come from lack of interest, assumptions that we fully understand something, or not being conscious of an action. Mindfulness is the antidote to such auto drive behavior... More >>

Tags: Behavior, Eat Less-Move More, Health, Personal Responsibility, Stress, Tips
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Posted under Relationships
04/01/2018
How Taking More Perspective Can Help Your Relationship Grow ...Think for a moment about the last time you had a big argument with your spouse. What was your mindset? Were you right and your spouse was wrong? Was it that cut and dry? Let's explore perspective taking and how it can help your relationship flourish... More >>

Tags: Education, Marriage, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Relatives, Values
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Posted under Tip of the Week
04/01/2018
Take The Initiative To Care for Your Overall Well Being Over the past few years, my main focus has shifted from nutritional wellbeing to emotional wellbeing. Both are extremely important to live a balanced life. We often do not think of the impact our emotions and relationships play on our physical health. It is only when our physical health begins to fail that we begin making positive lifestyle changes... More >>

Tags: Behavior, Health, Mental Health, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Stress, Tips
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Posted under Work at Home
04/01/2018
Working During School Hours: How to Find It and Make It Meaningful ...I knew for me that going back to work full-time with a high responsibility and demanding job was NOT what I wanted... More >>

Tags: Education, Finances, Job, Tips, Values, Work from Home
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Posted under Simple Savings
03/26/2018
10-Second Recipes: Open-Faced Omelets Challenge Sandwiches Folding closed an omelet means you might be missing out on sky-high fillings chockful of flavor and nutrients. Instead, think about your egg base like a tortilla below a tall tostada or like the foundation of famed French tartine open-faced sandwiches that resemble works of art... More >>

Tags: Budget, Parenting, Recipes, Simple Savings, Stay-at-Home Mom
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Posted under Tip of the Week
03/26/2018
The Keys to Being Present The simplest definition of 'being present' is the awareness of who we are and what we experience without judgment or emotion... More >>

Tags: Attitude, Behavior, Friendships, Personal Responsibility, Relationships, Relatives, Stress, Tips
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