A dash of praise and a splash of encouragement can go a long way!
It’s a promise I have made, and it might be the most important one I will ever keep.
A prescription for the times we’re living in.
Sometimes life hits hard making things, that were once seemed important, suddenly expendable.
You can have a strong and vibrant relationship with your partner, despite your busy schedule!
In living each day, there ought to be a balance of time spent with the world wide web and offline.
They’re incredibly faithful, for starters.
Matt Sweetwood is an accomplished dad. He now can take an assessment on what qualities he has a man that got him there.
I’ll be forty this week, and I am good with that.
There is no age, there’s no height, there is no weight, there is no picture of somebody in the dictionary that says if you look like this you’re in the middle of a midlife crisis.
Being a young dad on a path to achieving goals, maintaining relationships, and having a social life means there are going to be times when things pop up.
You have 12 months, 52 weeks, 365 days, 8,760 hours. Make them all count – that is what successful people do.
Sometimes the financial stress that comes with the giving season can ruin the experience.
Perhaps the truth is that living up to a dream is far less important than what the ambition of the dream has to teach us.
What could be different for future generations if we showed them right now that acceptance is vital or generosity is essential or empathy is fashionable? Do you think bullying would exist?
There was nothing cute, graceful or delicate about these butterflies in my stomach. I always imagined mine had mutated into hell-raising dragons.