I will make sure that I do my best to teach my son to find the beauty in things and people that are different than we are. Not in a Pollyanna sort of way, but with eyes open and curiosity and a willin...
I’ve recognized the importance of the king. There’s also been significant resistance on my part to “own” him. What if he’s a “bad” king – nothing more than a deadly tyrant? What if, on the other hand...
I was fascinated by the notion that a man could do what he loved, get paid for it, and be so completely unapologetic about it. The trip had originally been a reward for my academic performance. The t...
After having spent the better part of a year wearing out our very patient realtor, three things, in no particular order, sealed the deal for us: the kitchen, the neighborhood and the snake.
As fine as the intentions of the educational system are, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all teaching system. There is a balance to be found between the structured education and the creat...
Learn how to balance love and anger and to feel deeply alive in every moment of being a new parent.
Strengthen your family bond with meetings where you share your truths, honor, acknowledge and appreciate each other.
Experience the sensation of living in the body when you make physical activity and taking care of your body a priority on your long list of things to do.
Children are younger for a lot less time than they are old. Learn to close the office door and balance your work life with your family life before time slips away.
Fulfilling your desire for new adventures and traveling does not necessarily mean that you have to compromise your responsibilities and commitment to your family. Learn to include your family in yo...
The saying “it takes a village to raise a child” does not seem to fit into today’s attitude of self-reliance and individualism. Perhaps parents and children could become wiser and benefit from the ex...
Onions, garlic and their kin seem to have an omnipresence in the flavoring of our cuisine. Small blessings are like onions as they sneak into our lives unnoticed to add depth, subtlety and flavor.
Understanding what your child is feeling and thinking comes from asking them what they are going through and thinking – not just from how it appears to you.