Year Resolutions

Hi friends, Well we’re a couple weeks into January and I’m wondering, how are you doing? No, I’m not asking the quick in passing version, I’m looking at you and wondering, how are you REALLY doing? January is quite the month. On one hand we’re   trying to get back into routine and implement some new changes andContinue reading “Year Resolutions”

Stop Being So Critical- Celebrate the Win…

Look back at your year and think about your achievements… Are you too hard on yourself?  I mean, you might have accomplished 9 out of 10 goals but since you didn’t complete all of them 100% are you a failure? If this is you, you’re not alone. Why are we so critical?!! Would you likeContinue reading “Stop Being So Critical- Celebrate the Win…”

Self Sabotage

Finish this sentence:   I’ll be happy when…   My goal as your coach is to help you be happy right now. In whatever circumstance you’re in. If you decide to make a change in your life, I want it to come from a positive place- not from fear or avoidance, and definitely not in theContinue reading “Self Sabotage”

Changing Directions

Welcome followers, Thank you for all your support over the years and being part of Marshmallow Madness. For those of you just joining us, Marshmallow Madness is going to be slowing down, as we dive into new things. What will this look like? Well, Families Matter Most now does bi-weekly podcasts. Click Here to checkContinue reading “Changing Directions”

Marshmallow Madness: New Year Happy?

“Careful planning puts you ahead in the long run” -Proverbs 21:5a Our family makes Resolution’s on New Years Eve. We write them out and keep them secret from each other for the year. Then, the next New Year’s Eve we open the envelopes and share how close we came to reaching each particular goal. TheContinue reading “Marshmallow Madness: New Year Happy?”

Honesty

Is it ever ok to lie? The Bible warns against evil lies, but what about “friendly white lies”? Is there even such a thing? “Keep your tongue from evil, and your lips from speaking deceit.”    Psalms 34:13      One way to help children understand the concept of honesty is to define it: “You must tellContinue reading “Honesty”

Teaching Character

“Train up a child in the way he should go and when he grows old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 “Train.”  It’s an interesting word… because it can be interpreted so many ways.  To some it can mean discipline.  To others it can mean to educate, but I believe it is meantContinue reading “Teaching Character”

Enriching Activities

Better than bread- its Wonderbread! That’s what comes to mind when I ponder the word enrichment. In a nutshell, it means to make something better. To add pleasure. To enrich a job is to make it more satisfying for its employees. To enrich one’s life is to make it more enjoyable. Notice it isn’t aboutContinue reading “Enriching Activities”

respect

Respect is a tough character trait to teach. Not only is it difficult to define, it kind of goes against the selfishness that is in all of us. Although we can’t deny that kids go through phases of genuinely desiring only to please their parents, they soon figure out how to lie, steal, and hit,Continue reading “respect”

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