“…for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer…” Millions of Americans make those vows each year, but an alarming number of marriages end in divorce.
Google “gift ideas for college graduates” and you’ll find a dizzying array of tchotchkes whose sole purpose is to impress or entertain. Buzzfeed, for example,
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We have three children. My wife is a teacher. I have a fairly flexible job that gives me freedom to work whatever hours I like
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Ever since my husband and I had children, family vacation has always been a priority in our house. At least once per year, I love
Now that the holiday shopping season is wrapping up, I’m happy to report I’m finally done. Done trying to come with up practical gifts my
As I write this, I’m sitting in the overstuffed chair in our living room waiting for my three children to get off the bus, as
A few months ago, I peeked in our pantry and freezer to take stock of what we had before hitting the store. What I found
Just last week, I had a conversation about leggings that blew my mind. After receiving an invite to an online LuLaRoe party, I asked the
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