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It’s What You Do After Martin Luther King’s Birthday That Counts

We expect parades, concerts, TV specials and community events on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s National Day of Service. But if we truly want to honor King, we will show up not on just one day, but will follow his legacy of service everyday.Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday was first celebrated as a federal holiday in 1986 after 32 years of campaigning at local and national levels. It later became the national Martin Luther King Day of Service when former Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Harris Wofford and Atlanta Congressman John Lewis co-authored the … [Continue reading…]

Lift Off to a Happy New Year


 After a particularly challenging year, we are all ready for a lighter, more hopeful new year. That's what book reviewer Viga Boland had in mind when she chose to create an audio review of my … [Continue reading…]

Remedies for Relieving Your Post-Election Stress


If  the USA presidential election has left you feeling numb, nauseated, or discombobulated from post-election stress, you may find recovery for yourself (and your children) among these … [Continue reading…]

Caught Being Good?

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"Grandma, look! I was caught being good!"  my youngest grandson announced with a broad smile showing off an award ribbon years ago when he was in elementary school."What was that?" I responded, … [Continue reading…]

Flow with the Seasons of Your Life


When my children were young we discovered what it meant to flow with the seasons of life.  My husband and I had full-time careers, but our four children were at the center of our planning.  It was our … [Continue reading…]