Gift buying season is in full swing. If you pay careful attention to ads and TV commercials, you’ll notice how little focus is on the product itself. Instead you are drawn to images of people and their warm interactions with one another–all designed to appeal to your emotions.
Whether the advertiser is selling fruitcake or diamonds, …[Read More]
Many moms of preschool/elementary school-aged children are overworked, over-scheduled, have over-scheduled kids and continuously feel they are not doing enough. Their levels of stress are over-the-top based, in part, on their unattainable high expectations of themselves.
When they’re not worrying about the health and well-being of their kids, moms are critically evaluating their parenting skills. For …[Read More]
When I thought about writing a post on Valentine’s Day and relationship tips, I asked my husband for his ideas. His response was “…Listen to your wife. She is always right!”
OK, so there may have been a tad of sarcasm in his response. But we have been together for a long time and have known each …[Read More]
The 2012 London Olympics have come to a close and what great games they were. I love the Olympic Games (both summer and winter). It is such a wonderful sight to see athletes from all over the world, standing side-by-side, overcoming language, religious or political differences for the love of their sport. There is so much …[Read More]