Another Christmas here and gone, with another year just around the corner. As time flies by our memories accompany us in its rush to the end. Are you building memories for your children that will last a lifetime?
Sometimes the hardest part of writing our life stories is just getting started. Following are some ideas to help you out:
As our lives get busier and busier, it seems we sometimes forget the importance of building memories with family members.To help alleviate negative reactions to your family outings, create a family "bucket list."
There are several ways for keeping a journal to change your life. Ali Luke tells you how to achieve this in just ten minutes a day.
Yesterday, one of the world's most generous philanthropists and successful businessmen died. He left a legacy for his children and grandchildren that far exceeded his wealth and fame -- a life of giving to others.
At the edge of town was a much-used swimming pond. For us girls, it was a special treat to swim each Friday afternoon. One Friday when we were in the pond, three of our most dreaded enemies…
My mother left me a folder with stories about her life. As I read them, I realized they were her legacy. While you may think your stories are not interesting, future generations will cherish them, just as I cherish my mother's.
I am so proud of each and every one of you. You have raised or are raising beautiful families and some of you are now stepping into the world of grandparenting… which I must say is much easier than parenting — love them and send them home to mom and dad.