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Optimism: A Sheild

Optimism: A Sheild

In Purpose, Research on the Family On August 29, 2013 2 Comments

We have every reason to be optimistic in this world. Tragedy is around, yes. Problems everywhere, yes. … You can’t, you don’t, build out of pessimism or cynicism…. Read More »


Need a Shot of Happiness? Go Outside!

In Book and Article Reviews, Family Activities, Kiddos, Recreation Therapy, Teens and Youth Activites, Toddlers On January 5, 2013 1 Comment

I love being outside and luckily my little guy loves it too.  I’m sure I’m not the only one who noticed that even as a baby, something about… Read More »


Kids Planner and Grocery List: Activities to Positively Train the Brain

In Book and Article Reviews, Family Game Ideas, Research on the Family, Toddlers On May 15, 2012 0 Comments

My friend Meghann is an amazing mom!  She is always coming up with ways to involve her son in everything she does.  She has recently been doing a… Read More »


Taking Off Your Mask: Emotional Safety at Home

In Family Challenge, Recreation Therapy On April 30, 2012 0 Comments

I had the opportunity to visit my family this last week and it was such a blast!  We had so much fun playing all day that I am… Read More »

Mother and Child Praying

A Family That Prays Together: The Effects Of Family Prayer

In Family Challenge, Research on the Family On March 19, 2012 2 Comments

A Family That Prays Together A few weeks ago after reading this post from one of my favorite blogs, 71 Toes, I started thinking hard about what was… Read More »

Family Time

Take Time Out For the Family

In Family Challenge, Purpose, Research on the Family On February 21, 2012 1 Comment

How important is family time to you?  Have you ever set a whole day aside just with your family? Maybe you went on a hike and left all… Read More »


Setting Family Goals

In Book and Article Reviews, Family Challenge, Recreation Therapy On January 1, 2012 0 Comments

We are not always resolute at keeping our new years resolutions, but I love goals and feel like it is truly important to make goals at the beginning… Read More »