Anger is Never a Pure Emotion One thing I learned early on after my divorce was that anger is never a pure emotion. Most times when I say this to people they look at me sideways for a few seconds. What? Are you a psychologist now? No, I’m not, but I did learn this from… Read More How to Control Anger in a Relationship
Creativity As a creative child, and now a mommy, I have always loved playdough. I probably didn’t love it as a teenager, but as a child and parent – totally loved it! I remember eating it too. Ugh! So salty. I’ve tried a few different recipes to make of my own but this one… Read More My Best Playdough Recipe for Kids
The Swirly Days of our Lives I remember watching the soapies Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful in the 80’s. Wow, so much drama, it just kept me coming back for more. Little did I know that my own life would have it’s own drama which rivals that of the actors… Read More The Swirly Days of Our Lives become the Bold and the Beautiful
I recently read a blog post by a blogger who gave a lot of reasons why she did not go the route of monetizing her site through affiliate marketing. I respect her view completely. She had her own products to sell, and her own e-books/training manuals. I was really impressed with what she had going… Read More Why Affiliate Marketing?
The 5 Love Languages So, for those of you who may not know Gary Chapman wrote a lovely book called the 5 Love Languages. The principle of the book was to help people in relationship difficulty. Particularly marriages. The love languages are: Words of Affirmation – using words that build up and encourage. Quality Time… Read More Five Love Languages of Children, Printable Lunchbox Notes