Happy Labor Day Weekend!
Let's start the weekend off with Jays Football on Friday night. It's military appreciation night and the first home game of the season. It's going to be a beautiful night in Marshfield so join us at the football field.
Here are 17 family activities for you to choose from for your weekend. Let these spark your own ideas to enjoy time with your family. Invest your time this weekend.
Every marriage has its bumps and curves. While the thought of disagreements might seem daunting and discouraging, they are a natural part of any healthy relationship. Learning how to navigate these conflicts with understanding and respect can not only strengthen the bond but also lead to personal growth and lasting happiness.
Remember, your husband or wife is not the enemy. Satan is the enemy and he will seek to destroy your marriage in any way possible.
It’s the last weekend before school starts here in Marshfield. The evening have turned cooler this week. Gather around a crackling fire pit with your family and create memories before the summer break ends.
Here are 12 ideas to enjoy around your fire pit this weekend.
1. Classic Marshmallow Roasting
Gather marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers for a timeless s'mores session. Show the kids how to perfectly roast marshmallows to achieve that golden-brown and ooey-gooey creation.
Here are 17 questions you can ask your teenagers before they start school:
1. How are you feeling about the upcoming school year? Any excitement or concerns?
2. What goals do you have for this school year, both academically and personally?
3. Is there a particular subject or class you're looking forward to? How can we support your enthusiasm?
4. Are there any challenges you faced last year that you'd like to address differently this time?
[7 Steps] Embracing New Routines and Building Positive Habits: A Busy Family's Guide for Back-to-School Season, Part 1
As the back-to-school season rolls around, we're all gearing up for a new rhythm and routine. Balancing work, school, extracurriculars, and quality family time can feel like a juggling act! Here are a few intentional steps or you may use these to spark other ideas. Adjusting to new routines and building habits that will not only help you survive but thrive. Let's dive in!
Marriage is a beautiful journey filled with love, laughter, and growth. But like any other relationship, it requires dedication, effort, and a shared commitment to nurturing the bond between partners. Ted Lowe with MarriedPeople.org really gives great clarity on four core habits that can change the trajectory of marriages. These habits are not just about maintaining the relationship, but also about creating a foundation for a fulfilling and joyful life together.
In today's fast-paced world, finding the perfect balance between work, personal life, and spending time with your children can be challenging. While there is an ongoing debate about whether quantity or quality time is more important for kids, the truth is that both are crucial for their emotional, social, and cognitive development. Children thrive when they receive an abundance of both quantity and quality time from their parents.