It’s Mother’s Day, so it is the perfect time to thank you, mom, for all the things you’ve done and taught me these past 45 years.
Moms need friends. They need friends for their health, for their sanity, and for their kids.
Many women, once they have children, go into mother mode and don’t come out.
A mother’s love for her children is one of the strongest and most mysterious forces in the world.
Stephen Covey, the best-selling business author, often emphasizes the enormous value of being proactive.
Life is full of meetings with others — some are blessings and some are hard lessons to be learned and make you stronger.
As long as women with children put family first, feminists’ utopian vision for gender equality—where 50 percent of women hold top corporate and government positions right along with men—will never be achieved.
The opinions of our nation’s new commander in chief are as varied as DNA. News of President Donald Trump’s every move can be discovered 24/7. Somewhere between the celebratory blowing of horns and warning sirens, it is easy to get caught up in what’s happening at the White House instead of in our own home.
Women, self-reliance is indeed a great thing. But it has a dark side. Let me tell you why…
Reading aloud to children sets them up for a lifelong love of books and reading. It helps grow their vocabulary and their understanding about the world.