Welcome back to another week of Coffee and Conversation! Grab a cup of coffee, enjoy the features, link up your posts, and show yourself neighborly by visiting other links. Last week’s features: 1. Lonely Moms from Rosilind at A Little R &R ~ Rosilind shares her personal experience in a beautifully encouraging way. If you’ve […]
Celebrating Advent means so much more than just “working through” an Advent calendar with the kids… Read on for Unique and Meaningful Advent Activities
I know, I know… Christmas is all around us, and whether or not you’re humming Christmas carols around the house or started on your Christmas baking yet, there is a way to minimize the hustle and bustle of the holidays as you move forward.
Note: In a somewhat different theme and content, Angie Avard-Turner shares with us reflections she’s made from traveling on the road visiting clients with her business. Food for thought no matter where or why, or even if, you travel…
Long ago, the Pilgrims hunted for their turkey in the forest; you will be hunting for yours in the supermarket. The Pilgrims had an easier job. Even so, there are healthier, real foods to serve your family this Thanksgiving, so you’re not pumping everyone with those nasty chemicals and additives!
Most people don’t think of a trip to Disney as a “cheap” vacation. Actually, many people I know save for years for a trip. But awhile back we posted a bunch of helpful tips to save money on your next trip to Disney World. These came from someone who knows! My friend Janet is a former […]
Welcome back to Coffee and Conversation! And, let me tell ya’…coffee is a necessity right now. Y’all it’s cold! So grab yourself a cup, link up your posts, AND take some time to read what others are sharing! But, first…check out the features from last week’s link party: 1. Setting Personal Boundaries and How […]
If you liked our make-it-yourself coffee exfoliating scrub, you’re gonna flip over this easy-to-make, pamper-yourself recipe! It combines a couple of my favorite elements: simple and all-natural. Bonus points because it’s made with ingredients that most of us already have in our kitchen…no special shopping trips or “waiting until next week” to give it a […]
I love children’s literature and when my kids were young I bought them books for special occasions and “just because.” We frequented the public library but we also built our own. At first we enjoyed the humor and the beautiful language. As they matured we gravitated to historical accounts and the inspiration of heroes. Reading […]
Ever heard the quote “there are no original ideas”? Well, I don’t really believe that completely. There are lots of original ideas; it’s the expression of those ideas that gets knocked off and copied on a regular basis. What? What does that mean? Aren’t ideas and expressions the same thing?