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Making Mealtime Special and Helping Others In Need

Making Mealtime Special Making mealtime special can involve doing something out of the ordinary, like dusting off and using that “look-but-don’t-touch” teapot and teacup combo for breakfast. It can also include preparing meals as a family and eating them together around the table (or via FaceTime, if you’re unable to be with your family right now). Eating together as a…

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Quote of the Day – Alison Gopnik, Ph.D.

  The most important rewards of being a parent aren’t your children’s grades and trophies or even their graduations and weddings.  They come from the moment-by-moment physical moment joy in being with you. Instead of valuing “parenting,” we should value “being a parent.” Instead of thinking about caring for children as It is a kind of love.  Love doesn’t have…

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Great Way to Reduce Stress

“Stress is the space between your thoughts of how life should be and how life really is… Since stress is created by your thoughts, you can feel less stressed by becoming aware of the thoughts and looking either for ways to change how life is or what you think it should be… You can also reduce your stress when you…

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Embracing Change | drdayolanier.com

Embracing Change

A Change In Plans Funny thing happened on the way to planning out my life and mapping its course… a God-directed change in plans occurred. I was well on my way to getting our house, my email inbox and our family’s schedule, more organized (organization which included writing blog posts more consistently and finally cleaning out the garage… though, not…

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