This Thanksgiving is a good time to practice gratitude. Whether it is gratitude for family, friends, or basic life needs. Remind yourself often and share your gratitude with others.
Our family is big on traditions! Growing up, my family had a number of traditions as did Tom’s family, and when we got married, we were surprised at the number of similar traditions we had. Our children have grown up with traditions sprinkled into every holiday like Christmas, St.
When gathering with family and friends think of positive things to say about someone present and share it with them.
We all have or will lose someone important in our lives. Having a little one ourselves, I can’t even imagine losing him. Some of us are not so lucky……please read Richards 10 most important things we should all apply with our loved ones!
Friends and family can often be taken for granted. Take the time to smile when you are together to show they are important to you and that you value the time they are sharing with you.
I love seeing the costumes at school and the families travelling together from house to house in the early evening. Children love Halloween for many different reasons and we can find ways to be playful with them. You may have your own celebrations and traditions for this holiday and you can find ways to make it fun.
Halloween is just around the corner……do you have your whole family fitted? Pets are such a big part of our family that we want to include them in everything we do. It’s no wonder Pet Costumes are getting more popular. Here are a few places you can get your special family member Halloween ready under $20!
This time of year, people are busy raking leaves and preparing their yards for the approaching winter. Help a neighbour with their yard work.
As a child I loved playing the game “Ghosts In The Graveyard”. My friends and I could often be found playing this game around our houses. It was always great fun to see who found the ghost and who was able to run back to the safe place the fastest!