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At home facials are a simple and affordable way for busy women to help maintain our skin and our sanity!
How can we manage that tricky space of passing judgments as the Lord would have us do without breaking his instruction to "judge not?" By taking care to follow his more in-depth instruction to "judge righteously."
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Letting Our Children Remind Us What Is Possible
Ever heard a five year old refuse to dance because she has no rhythm, or a three year old protest that his chances of being accepted into NASA and ever being a "spaceman" are impossibly slim? Parenthood gives us the chance to revisit those "impossible dreams" and jump back into the new and scary.
Looking Good : Your Fashion 'Uniform'
Even those of us who don't care a fig-leaf for trends still deserve to look and FEEL our best. Here are my suggestions for ensuring that every time you step out it's in your own best style!
Loving Wives Club - Product/Service Review
Stumped as to what to get your true love this Father's Day? Any husband, Daddy or not, would love their spouse's investment in The Loving Wives Club. Here's my review of this unique service.
Mizpah - Ease Children's Separation Anxiety
Use Genesis 31:49 to creat a meaningful security object to make sepration at Primary and school easier for your little ones. (And you, too!)
Noodleboro Picnic Game - Review
The Noodleboro Picnic Basket game to teach manners by Playskool is a disappointment, unless your children are younger than the recommended age. Save your money and get a "please" and "thank you" chart.
Parenting : Consequences v Punishment
To teach our children to make wise choices in adolesence, do we "punish" them or allow them to experience "natural consequences" of their actions? Can mercy forestall justice? Does forgiveness repair all damage?
Parenting : See the Joy Instead of the Chaos
Sometimes it's easy to become more focused on keeping life neat and orderly than on allowing our kids to be kids. We forget that those things that take us out of our way aren't beside the point; they ARE the point!
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