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Fall Into a Fitness Routine

Fall is notorious for comfort foods like pumpkin spice lattes and game day nachos. Combine these tempting seasonal staples with darker, shorter days and it can be hard to maintain an active mindset. Despite the enticement to indulge, you can keep your active lifestyle going or even kick off a new fitness regime with these tips.

5 Ways to Keep Marriage Strong

Marriage is no walk in the park. It is a road full of really hard choices, ridiculous selflessness, and constant service.  My husband and I take this seriously, and try to live out this kind of love each and every single day.  More than anything, we have committed to five things to keep our marriage strong…

You Can Still Honor God in the Clutter

With thorough cleaning comes the motivation to go through items and decide what to donate or get rid of. Do you feel like no matter how many things you get rid of there's still clutter? Or do you feel that you can’t get rid of anything because you don’t have enough?

Let's get some perspective on what to save and what to get rid of...and why.

Fast, Family-Friendly Recipes Make Dinner Doable

As the fall season begins, kids go back to school and schedules once again book up with activities. Southwestern Bean Mexican Pizza is a fun twist on the Italian favorite, while Beef, Beet and Horseradish Wraps can help you have dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less.

Fight Off the Flu

Colder weather and cold and flu season go hand-in-hand. While you may not be able to completely avoid getting sick, you can take some steps to protect yourself and minimize the chances of a serious illness.

Easy Ways to Improve Your Home’s Health

Of course you want to maintain a healthy home, but are you sure you're doing the best job you can to protect their home’s health?  Here are some simple ways to noticeably improve the health quality of your home. 

Why it's Impossible to Buy Happiness

I have sat across the table from more than 10,000 families, and I have seen it all. I’ve seen the happiest of families thriving in the worst of situations, and I’ve seen bitter battles where families were broken apart over mere trinkets. The difference in the two can generally be boiled down to one word: values.

An Easy Solution to After-School Snacking

Make the most of after-school snack time with simple, fun recipe ideas like Harvest Fruit and Oat Energy Bites, which are a quick way to fuel up before soccer practice, study sessions, or dance class. 

3 Words You May Not Be Using Enough in Your Marriage

The next time you find yourself in a heated made-for-marriage cage match over who should've emptied the dishwasher, or who should've shut the gate before the dog escaped, and both of you are in your corners readying for another round, take a time out and speak these three words...

5 Essential Money Principles to Teach Your Kids

When is the best time to teach your children the value and principles of managing money? Even early on, you have an opportunity to model financial responsibility.

Here are 5 important principles of money management that will serve your kids for years to come.

6 Pieces of Advice I Wish I'd Believed When I Was Single

I came up with a specific and personal letter to my early twenties self, telling me to realize that being single doesn’t mean anything is wrong with me.  Here are six pieces of advice in the hopes that no matter where you are on the "singledom" spectrum, you will find something you can relate to.

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