If you’ve ever longed to know again the sense of community of your childhood neighbourhood, allow me to introduce you to the upgraded version of the neighbourhood; cohousing.
Playing a community building game crafted to guide the conversation in a more personal and inclusive way can help to knit a family together. Here are nine community building dinner games to play.
Have you ever noticed how much your parents’ advice shaped the person you are and the life you lead? So many things Mom and Dad said stayed with me, guided and supported me and even altered the..
It was June, 2003 and I had an idea. At the time my husband and I ran a calligraphy business and I was also involved with marketing essential oils for aromatherapy. I recognized a niche in the..
Our Guest Author today is Elena Patrice! You’ve seen Elena around LFI before. She contributes so sweetly to the conversation we had to give her the platform so we could learn more about her! She blogs regularly here! Take..
My most anticipated event is the opening of presents on Christmas morning. I’m as excited as I was as a child even though I know what’s in most of the packages. It’s the culmination of months of..
On Christmas Eve we attend mass then we meet the rest of the family at my Dad’s house. There we say our first official, “Merry Christmas” and the festivities begin. Dressed in our finery, happy and relaxed..
It was our first Christmas together as a married couple. My husband was on the floor in the living room, putting the finishing touches on the wooden manger he was building for the ceramic figurines my mother..
Do you ever notice how the “nicest thing” isn’t necessarily the biggest thing? How, then, can it touch you so profoundly and leave such an indelible mark on your heart? I was twenty and my brother seventeen..