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Old Fashioned Skills to Teach Children

21 Old Fashioned Skills to Teach Children The world is constantly moving forward, improving and finding new and better ways to do things. And while I applaud the inevitable march of progress and technology, it’s alarming to me how many … Continue reading

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Prayers to Make Your Whole House a War Room

6 Amazing Prayers to Make Your Whole House a War Room ⋆ A Little R & R I am an information junkie. From the time I was a child I’ve enjoyed reading and learning new things. I would spend hours … Continue reading

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How Can We Turn Conflict in Marriage into a Good Fit?

Turning Conflict in Marriage Into a ‘Good-Fit’

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Seven Things Your Child Should Never Do Online

The internet can be both helpful and destructive. The online world is huge and filled with both good people and dangerous predators. Children should always be supervised in an age-appropriate way when online, and here are a few things a … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Place Cards Printable

I decided to make another free printable for you. Several readers liked the ones I made previously. Here are two more. These are free for your personal use.  Just “click on image,” “right click,” and “save image as.”

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7 Potentially Dangerous Things You Should Never Do Online

You do everything you can in your life to avoid danger. You always wear a seatbelt when in the car, you apply sunblock every time you go outside, and you always make sure you’re wearing the proper protection when riding … Continue reading

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The Importance of Sibling Bonding and Activities That Strengthen It

A child’s siblings are arguably some of the most important people that will cross his (or her) path in life. They are his first friends, his greatest rivals and best buddies all in one. By encouraging a deep bond between … Continue reading

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Turn Your Bullet Journal Into A Memory Keeper

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Bullet Journaling

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Bullet JournalingTime flies when you’re having fun, or are just plain busy, and who isn’t. Sometimes it seems like life is passing us by and it’s hard to look back … Continue reading

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Bullet Journaling 101 – Everything You Need To Know to Get Started

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Bullet Journaling

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Bullet JournalingThe bullet journal is an analog system, meaning you don’t need anything more complicated than a notebook and a pen or pencil. While it’s very customizable, and you’re certainly … Continue reading

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Who Can Benefit from Bullet Journaling?

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This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Bullet JournalingIn today’s busy world, where we have to keep track of lots and lots of information, almost anyone can benefit from bullet journaling. This particular system of staying organized … Continue reading

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What Is A Bullet Journal

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Bullet Journaling

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Bullet JournalingBullet journaling has been a hot trend for a little while in the planner and getting organized communities online, but it may not be something that you’ve heard of. … Continue reading

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Over-Parenting: Are You Doing Too Much for Your Child?

This is a somewhat uncomfortable subject, but there seems to be a concern these days over parents who “do too much.” The problem of “learned helplessness” has reared its head lately, as children struggle to be independent after having everything … Continue reading

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What You Can Learn From a Family Reunion

Do you know much about the history of your family? If you’ve done any genealogical research, you may know quite a bit. Have you passed that along to your children? Family reunions are often held in the summer. If you’re … Continue reading

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An Organized Home Can Mean a Happier Family

Experts agree that clutter is costly. It’s costly not only in the amount of time it takes us to find the things we need, but also in hurt feelings among family members who don’t like clutter. They may want to … Continue reading

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6 Major Reasons People Procrastinate

Do you procrastinate? Are you constantly putting things off, even when you know accomplishing them is the best thing to do? If so, you are certainly not alone. Everyone procrastinates or shirks responsibility at some time or other. The problem … Continue reading

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