Merry Christmas – Not Necessarily a Good Greeting!
The Merriam Webster dictionary defines the word “merry” as full of gaiety and high spirits. Unfortunately, that does not describe everyone’s experience on any day of the year, let alone at Christmas. There are many during the holiday season who are lonely, sad, or sick.Do Your Christmas Traditions Work Well for You?
Christmas is a precious time for many of us. It’s about family, special relationships, home and sharing together, so clearly demonstrated by the numerous adverts that echo this message. Traditions are often a part of Christmas, but they need to evolve to ring the changes.Fun Winter Family Activities To Try This Year
Looking for some fun things to do with your loved ones while waiting for Christmas? Try these fun winter family activities!Make Every Day a Day to Give Thanks
Since this blog is premiering on Thanksgiving Day, I thought it might be a good time to focus on the value of giving thanks as an important part of your daily living. Although I see the importance of having specific days to honor things that have value to most people, like Thanksgiving, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Birthdays, Anniversaries etc. I believe that what you do the other 350 or so days a year are much more significant.A New Year With New Goals
January is usually a time for setting goals and unfortunately by February many people find that some of them have been abandoned. The gyms are not as full. The musical instrument may not be practiced as much as planned and the cute little Christmas puppy may not seem as cute when there are puddles on the floor to clean up!