What are we doing with our time? Periodically asking seems sage. Maybe even necessary.
It’s time for my monthly recap of good stuff! This time, read about my bad taste in films, the music both my teenager and I agree on, and the wildlife photos on Instagram you’ll think are paintings.
She bombed the test. He didn’t make the team. And now your kid believes they’re the only one who has ever experienced “failure.” Incorrect, of course. 4 loving steps to help heal a hurting heart.
Did you rediscover the same things I did in May? That good men are ubiquitous, women protect the littlest among us, and sunshine cures ills? Read more here.
Do you make an annual pilgrimage to one specific spot? A short reflection on how time-honored traditions bring us back to what’s true.
Is this going to be a tough Mother’s Day? Take heart, friend. In all likelihood, you can honor your mother best in this one way.
Did you ever consider that your childhood self might have a thing or two to teach you?
April’s List of Wholesome Things is as light as a spring breeze: TV with gorgeous scenery, cloths that suck up grime, and fancy cake! Check it out!
What does it take to be like a kid? For most of us – a lot. Being kid-like is hard. Here’s why.
What should be the legacy of a life and suffering? It’s a question worth contemplating in times like these.