Loving Extended Family

Your family is typically where your first friendships develop. A sibling relationship is the longest relationship you will have in your life. Cultivating strong relationships with your parents and siblings will have lasting benefits. You can even apply Dr. Chapman’s love languages to show love to your family members. Benefits of showing  love to your […]

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Loving Children

Obviously you love your children. But do you show them love in ways they perceive? Gary Chapman’s love languages work for children as well. Here’s a love language quiz you can have your children take: https://www.5lovelanguages.com/profile/children/ Benefits to showing your children love: They will grow up with self-confidence and security They will grow to trust […]

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Loving Friends

Friendships are meaningful relationships which need to be nurtured like any other relationship. Friends are people you can turn to when life feels hard and when there’s fun to be had. Friends can be people you see/talk to regularly or once in awhile. “There are no random acts of friendship, only intentional ones” Be intentional […]

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#goals

I am a total fan of making goals for the new year. Well and working on goals in general. There is something great about seeing the year as a fresh start – or even seeing each month, week, or day as a fresh start. When you break the year up into sections it feels like […]

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Kindness Week!!!

Welcome to Kindness Week!   We have been so excited to share kindness week with you! What you may not know about us, our birthdays are all within 4 days of each other aka: birthday week! We decided a fun way to celebrate would be to dedicate birthday week to completing 100 acts of kindness. […]

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5 Date Night Ideas

Last year, I set a goal that my husband and I would get out on at least one “real” date per month. Perhaps you are thinking to yourself that this doesn’t sound very ambitious, but with three young kids, our date nights had become few and far between. I have noticed that having time for […]

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