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Unconditional Positive Regard

June 17th, 2019

Sometimes people will ask me how I am effective as a counselor.  I wish they would ask with wide-eyed wonder, or awe, or with groveling and pawning like Wayne & Garth in Wayne’s World. (Yes, I know some of you reading this have not seen the comedy classic of Wayne’s World.  If you watch it […]

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June 14th, 2019

Many companies often develop various guidelines for their employees to adhere to, which can range from social media policies to payroll and overtime procedures. However, few fail to establish an ethics policy, which clearly sets out a code of conduct for the brand and staff to adhere to each day. If you want to create […]

And Then It Was Friday

June 5th, 2019

Like many people, I try planning and arranging my week so I can accomplish as much as possible. For example, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage on Monday morning hands me her “honey-do-list” to complete by the end of the week. When she hands it to me, I smile and underneath that list I have […]

4 Ways to Teach Kids Good Security Habits at Home

June 3rd, 2019

There are no shortage of worries when you become a parent, but the majority of them boil down to one simple objective: keeping your child safe. As your child gets older and more independent, it is critical to teach your child how to keep himself safe when you are not around, both for his safety […]

Finding “Good” In Our World Is Challenging

May 29th, 2019

In our world today, it is difficult to find anything good, let alone anything good to say about anything or anyone. One thing I like about the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage is that she can find some good in just about everything. Sometimes it just rubs me the wrong way. I, on the other […]

MOPS is Going to the Dogs

May 28th, 2019

I got fired by MOPS. The local Mothers Of Preschoolers group that meets at our church asked me to speak this week about technology regarding kids.  Then, I was told that a local female psychologist asked to speak on the topic this week . . . so I got bumped. I was replaced by a female.  Gender discrimination […]

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May 27th, 2019

I have never been able to think of the day as one of mourning; I have never quite been able to feel that half-masted flags were appropriate on Decoration Day. I have rather felt that the flag should be at the peak, because those whose dying we commemorate rejoiced in seeing it where their valor […]

Lazy Does Have Its Advantages

May 24th, 2019

As a young boy, my father tried drilling into my brain that laziness was not acceptable in his house. If I wanted to be lazy, I had to go outside. He provided a wonderful role model for me because if my father was anything, he was not lazy. He tried to encourage me not to […]

3 Crucial Online Safety Habits to Teach Your Kids

May 20th, 2019

As a loving and devoted mom, it goes without saying that you want your kids to be as safe as possible, 24/7/365. But as they begin doing more activities on their own, with less supervision from you, you’re left feeling like you are constantly walking on a tightrope. You’re balancing your kids’ budding independence with […]

101 Tips to Help Your Budget (and YOU) at Home – #100 & 101

May 17th, 2019

  100. Cut Out Haircuts Now, we don’t want to go crazy here and have everyone running around with long shaggy hair, but it is possible to cut out expensive haircuts. You can, of course, choose to grow your hair out. Or you can purchase an inexpensive haircutting kit (such as this one on Amazon) […]

101 Tips to Help Your Budget (and YOU) at Home – #97, 98 & 99

May 15th, 2019

97. Go Natural Consider planting a garden to save on the cost of fresh fruits and vegetables. It can be as simple as a garden box with tomato plants or as big and full as you can fit in your yard! Do some research on what grows well in your geographical area and what time […]

101 Tips to Help Your Budget (and YOU) at Home – #94, 95 & 96

May 13th, 2019

94. Snack in Bulk While they are convenient, buying the snack-size bags of crackers and cookies is often much more expensive. Instead, buy snacks in bulk and divide up into snack size portions and put in individual baggies for easy snacking.   95. Go Old School While modern conveniences seem like the only way to […]

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