Family History 2: Treasure Hunting

Family History 2: Treasure Hunting

In Part I of this series I discussed how to start your genealogy from the very beginning.   Now, on your Family History. Please don’t let that stop you. There is still plenty for you to do. Collaborating on Family History can be fun. And it often takes...
Loving Your Teens: the Power of Quality Time

Loving Your Teens: the Power of Quality Time

Quality time can be one of the hardest languages of love to speak, especially for someone who doesn’t personally care about quality time. My oldest feels loved when we spend quality time with her. She’s constantly asking to do things together either with me or her...
Learning a Preparedness Lifestyle

Learning a Preparedness Lifestyle

Part of a preparedness lifestyle includes learning to be self-sufficient. There are many forms of self-sufficiency. Providing for one’s family is one of the finest forms of self-sufficiency. How you provide in such a manner can be as varied as there are people...
Family History 1: Start from the Beginning

Family History 1: Start from the Beginning

The best way to begin your genealogy is to start by writing down everything that you and your family members know about your family history.   Items you may find useful: *A pencil *A notebook *A phone *Envelopes *Stamps   1) When possible, make personal...
Why Should Youth Double Date?

Why Should Youth Double Date?

Double dating isn’t just about morality or safety in numbers. It’s also a tool to help those of us who are socially inept find a way to have a great experience.   My to hit it off. I was thrilled when he asked me out around Halloween time.   John was polite...
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