Without the First Thanksgiving I couldn’t bring you this story today. A story about a hostess, my daughter, who thought up an idea of how to celebrate Thanksgiving with Moxie. Her Thanksgiving celebration will stay in my mind, forever.
You can buy your grandchildren computers, iPhones, headsets, bikes, jewelry and more, but gifts from a grandmother’s heart are the most meaningful.
Connections are positive feelings between people, ideas, places, possessions, objects and concepts that often begin in childhood and continue throughout a person’s life. Forming lasting connections is universal.
I am giving you a heads up in advance, so you will be able to take positive action to strengthen family ties even if you are unable to share the Thanksgiving holiday with your family.
Optimism is important but so is a sense of realism. Here are the stories and life lessons I learned this week, which I will be passing onto my grandchildren.
Staying safe is rarely something we think about until it’s too late. From photographed passports to secure purses, here are 11 essential travel safety tips so you don’t need to experience these situations firsthand.
As a cancer survivor, I faced an emotionally-daunting past few days as two of my family members experienced the pains of cancer this week. While we may never understand why cancer inflicts its pain on the best people, maintaining our health is the strongest proactive step each of us can take.
Nothing surpasses the love a dog owner has for their pooch. Here are the keys to understanding the emotions your dog regularly experiences.
This month I’ve been obsessed with one particular piece of technology: Slack. It’s an efficient way to organize communication within a workplace and it can even be used with family and friends to stay in touch!
A look back at the important women in my life and the way they’ve positively influenced me. Their teachings and my own experiences are lessons I continue to pass onto my grands today so these multigenerational relationships can flourish.