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Revamp Your Holiday To Do List

  The older I get the less I want to do for Christmas. I am tired of the material possessions that we find under a tree and that comes in the form of credit card debt. I am more for the memories. I want to spend time and not money on my friends and family. I…
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Road Trip Survival Guide

When I was a child we did our fair share of family road trips. They usually involved hauling the pop up camper or tent to a location a few hundred miles away. Sometimes these trips extended hundreds of miles through many state lines. Ask anyone who went on a family road trip and they have…
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Easy Summer Grilling Freezer Meals

  Summer is the season that I fire up the grill on a daily basis. Our eating out decreases and our eating as a family around the patio table increases. It really is my favorite time of the year. But this does not mean that I am any less busy. I still need easy meals that everyone will eat. I make…
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Evolution Of The Family Meal

When we bought our house we were intentional by not putting a television upstairs. People visit and comment on the fact that the television is missing. We had three young sons and we wanted to make sure that family meal time stayed sacred. We knew that a television would be stiff competition for our attention.…
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Leaving A Life Of Simplicity

  This post is dedicated to all of you baby boomers out there who are struggling with all of your possessions as well as the possessions of your parents and your in-laws and maybe even that childless aunt or uncle. You have been entrusted as the family keeper of memories. You are not sure how…
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