With the holidays drawing near, this is a wonderful time to evaluate how happily you will be handling them.
After a the death of a loved one, divorce, or even empty nest syndrome, there are ways to make the holidays bearable and even pleasant. Here are some things that have worked for me in the
Santa is back at the North Pole, but Baby Jesus is just getting started.
Are you Christmas fried? Grab some coffee (or something stronger) and join this discussion as Lori candidly shares her thoughts on the stress brought on by the season of hustle and bustle otherwise known as Christmas
As wonderful a time of year as the Christmas season is, it can also be burdensome. What's a mom to do when she's feeling overwhelmed and worn down?
In a season piled with excesses, our Heavenly Father gifts us Advent. It has the power to dissipate your biz and life anxieties with these simple steps.
The stress of family gatherings over the holidays is enough to bring out the Grinch in all of us, but perhaps this year’s crush of Thanksgiving/Hanukah/Advent might provide some insight for dealing with December and everything after.
Do you ever feel like you just don't have enough time this time of year? Cheryl Butler shares ten things she's going to do to make this time of year time well-spent.
Elena LaVictoire shares the important lessons she learned from her child and from her elders about the best way to keep Christmas.
Lynn Bode shares her holiday stress reducing tips for eating, exercise and stress.
“Balance out” is a term all kids need to know, but during the holidays it becomes especially critical! This game will help students remember to slow down and actually appreciate the real meaning of Christmas in the
Feelings of being lost and out of control seem to manifest themselves to Carol Bannon every year around this time, and it does not get any better with age...in fact, the older she becomes, the worse it
Julie Paavola describes how the November celebrations give us hope and warmth.
Holiday hype. It’s unavoidable. However, writes Laura Fanucci, this can be our invitation to witness to our Catholic faith. Here's how.
As much as moms work to focus on celebrating Christmas as Catholics, consumerism abounds in our culture. Most families have been busy buying, wrapping, and sending gifts and driving themselves crazy. Let’s see if I can simplify